The Sunday Wrap

I’m going to switch things up a little this week.  I think that people are shy to post things from their own blogs but they know that there is so much good stuff out there to share.  So from now on everyone gets two shares each.  One post from their own blog and a second from another’s blog that you found exceptional in the past week. 

A recap for those unsure of the process:

First step, leave a link to your best recent post, and the best recent post that you’ve read on someone else’s blog, in the comment section.  Second step, read and comment on the blogs that our brother and sister bloggers link to (at least a few of them).  I will continue to compile an easily accessible list within this post as the day progresses.

The post that you link to can be any subject matter, style or blogging format.  Whatever you have, bring it to the table.  The Wrap is a way for us to meet each other; see what each other have to say about anything and everything.  It’s also a cheat sheet for finding out what you think is the best material on your and others’ blogs.

So get cozy.  It’s sharing time.

 

This week the Sunday Wrap presents:

Sweet Lady – Fool’s Blog

On Violence and the Great American Hypocrisy – Black Millennials 

The Gray In Between, Guest Post: Nicole Allen – The Seeker’s Dungeon

Branches Reach for the Sky – Living, Learning and Letting Go

Heavenly Gifts – Tournensol dans un Jardin

32 Self Talk Tips Against Depression – Self Therapy

Dead Puppies Insult My Intelligence – Bumblepuppies

Cards, Photos Albums and a Share Box – A Little Bit of This, a Little Bit of That!

Don’t Stop the Rockin’ – The Blog of Karthi

Me and My Awesome Sisters – Not Just Sassy on the Inside

Mother’s Advice – Traces of the Soul

I Learned This in 10 Years, You Can in 10 Minutes – Chronicles of a Kid Next Door

Heart Strumming Haiku – Nik’s Place

Joy – Bastet and Sehkmet

Burning A Bristly Relationship – Weaver Grace

Storia Ilustrata – Vulturesti

Cheep and Croak to You From the Astonishing Azores – Cindy Knoke

An Open Letter To WordPress Part 2 – Fish of Gold

The Myth of Me – Follow Your Shadow

About Piety – NatureSpeak Photos

Leave your link in the comment section and I’ll attach it here!

 

If you missed last week’s offerings, you can check them out now:

My Mind’s Eye – Dave Kester

Devotion – Tournensol dans un Jardin

A Life of Service – Living, Learning and Letting Go

Hangs in the Shadows – Traces of the Soul

Blur – The Seeker’s Dungeon

My Gender Story – Innerexposure

Loving You is Hard Work – Follow Your Shadow

22 Comments

  1. I have three favorites this week, so I have to whittle it down to one “someone else” post. I love Karuna’s Life of Service piece (which I’m obviously way behind on seeing), but it seems to be all pinged up already. Blur #2 is another, but this is your house anyway, Sreejit. So, I’m going to roll with this post from Chronicles of a kid next door (aka VaSanganyado):
    http://gracemusing.com/2015/04/29/i-learned-this-in-10-years-you-can-in-10-minutes/
    I appreciate his insight and humility, his ultimate recognition of the significance of faith and grace over condemnation.

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  2. Hi Sreejit, I have to admit I haven’t been able to write much of late…except for your Dungeon Prompts. I am so pleased with this week’s outcome, I have to share it simply to show what can happen when a tiny spark is offered to a barren mind.

    So here is The Myth of Me
    https://followyourshadow.wordpress.com/2015/05/02/the-myth-of-me/

    and I particularly like the photo and the words put very in a simple yet effective manner in this post
    https://naturespeakphotos.wordpress.com/2015/05/02/about-piety/

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