The more I hang around PPP, the more wonderful people I find to enrich my life. Here's some of my new friends.
Homeschoolzoo is in the spotlight today. She's an Arkansas woman and jill-of-all-trades, who grows much of the food her family consumes, preserving it herself. She’s currently growing herbs and dehydrating what she can’t use fresh. She bakes bread, and grinds her own wheat for it! And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. This Christian home-schooling mom also crochets, sews and does crafts. We’re not talking the sloppy little projects that I frequently start and abandon. Take a look at her Painted Glass.
I’m telling you, this lady is a pro at all she does. I can’t pick one of her blogs to send you to, so here are several: Homeschool Zoo
was the first of her blogs that I read and has a great family bio on the opening page. In Zoo Talk
she talks about “God, life, job, politics, opinions, cooking, journal, and more.” Plain Book of Homeschooling
focuses on Christian Homeschooling, and Homeschool Zoo Annex
offers more homeschooling advice plus some great bargain-shopping tips. Check her out at any of her sites, but be forewarnd: you’ll be there a long, long time. Wonderful links on evey page will suck you into a marathon session at your computer!
My friend blm03 has just started a new blog to replace her old one. Go visit her at My Thoughts, Ideas and Ramblings.
She’s going through a stressful time
right now, so show her a little love while you’re there.
Scorpy is another of my postie friends. She and I have a place in our hearts for pit bulls
and we’ve talked together a few times about them. Go see her at Marisa’s Danelion Patch,
and see what she has to say about legal intervention in the parent/child realtionship, too.
Tess Jones has recently been thinking about the way her relationship with her dad
has changed over the years. Go on over to Musings from Me
to see what else is on her mind. Her recent thoughts about bathrooms
stirred up some memories for me.
Amy Jo hangs out at Bellclapper’s Garden.
She’s crowing and happy these days because she’s gotten her own domain!
Since I’m bracing for the same move, I’ll have to pick her brains about how to do that. She's got one of those funny blogs that won't let you link to specific entries, but they're all good, so go get to know her. Make sure you read Where I'm From.
I'm sure there's a story about each of the places she's from, but I kind of like not knowing what all of them are, because her phrasing makes my imagination soar!
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