This Month in the Blogosphere - July 2010
Hello and welcome to this month in the blogosphere - July 2010 edition.
Essentially it's a round up post of anything and everything which has made me inadvertently snort tea out of my nostrils, inspired me, made me cry or is otherwise note-worthy. I'm hoping to make this a monthly feature so if you've any suggestions for future inclusions please contact me via twitter or email me - lucyquickk (at) googlemail (dot) com - (oh and yes, that's right - two ks - my proper name was already taken - I'm always late to the party).
So, got your tea / coffee / wine / G & T at the ready? Let's get stuck in:
First up is Positive Thoughts for Annie by MummyZen - a post which is both so sad and yet so inspiring it's a must read. I'm sure you'll all join me in sending some super-strength positive thoughts Annie's way.
Next up, a thought-provoking one from Living with Kids - How do you talk to children about Death & Divorce? - check out the great comments too.
Then on to the so cute it hurts Toy Story 3 Effect from Rosie Scribble - just adorable.
Rachel's back (yay!) and on top form after her blogging break with Long Arms - aaah more cuteness :)
Tara Cain asks What Makes a Perfect Dad? - a wonderful post, and fabulous comments too.
Yummy Mummy No 1 talks Sports Days and whether competition is a good or bad thing - for my money it's the parent's races that cause the real drama!
In the event that heading for the Winchester proves tougher than you'd first hoped- check out MamaPop's 10 Movie/TV Badasses you'll want with you in case of zombie attack - then get their numbers on speed dial - y'know it makes sense, right?
And finally - just because I think these dancers are amazing! Check out this video! (Sorry my dears I would have embedded it so you could watch here, but for some reason computer said no - I'm guessing it's human error).
What did I miss? Please do let me know which posts you've really enjoyed this month & (until next month at least) - that's all folks! x
Just Peachy image credit Bruce Tuten