The Sunday WrapWhat are your favorite blogs out there?  Share a post from a blog you love and a post from your own blog today.  Fill us in on what we’ve been missing.

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 posts that you link to can be of 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; to see what each other has to say about anything and everything.

 

This week the Sunday Wrap presents:

D is for Devon – Travelalphablog

Life After Life and Past Lives – Self Therapy

Before You Go Abroad: Skills You Can Learn – Ventures

House Squatting Part Deux in Beautiful British Columbia – Experimental Expats

Bleeding Black Ink – Nezra’s Opiate

Teeter – Nik’s Place

A Touch of Doubt – Follow Your Shadow

Dipping my Toes – Chanyado

Along the Narrow Road – Art and Life

Red Leather Dancing Shoes – Traces of the Soul

A Shaman’s Path; Intro From “Ancient Knowledge” – Chi Garden Metaphysical Center

J2P Monday: Ho’ oponopono to heal your world – Not Just Sassy on the Inside

My Spirit Soaring – Living, Learning and Letting Go

Cajun Baked Sweet Potato Fries – Minimalist Baker

A Letter for Mother’s Day – Vanbenschoten

From Corner Store to a Block of Market – No Facilities

On Markets and Mark Twain – Itkindofgotawayfromyou

No More – A Paradise of Expressions

Q&A: Cheri Lucas Rowlands – Wander Home

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:

Goodbye My Darling – Gallimaufry

Abba – Nik’s Place

Playfully Refined

My Five Lessons in Love that Help You Grow – Self Therapy

Sleeping on the Nuclear Switch – Mindfire Cantata

Don’t Call Me a Good Mother – A Lear in Springtime

Attitude is Key – Living, Learning and Letting Go

Adios, Auf Weidersen, Adieu – Cindy Knoke

Leaving Life Behind for a New Country – Ventures

Destination: SWEDEN – BK Beyond the Pond

The Lost Curiosity

Why I Don’t Care About Being Happy – Be/Love/Live

J2PMonday: Not beating the drums – Not Just Sassy on the Inside

Cinderella Princess Party – the pARTy planning

Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Shake – Minimalist Baker

Feel the Earth – Follow Your Shadow

The Insurmountable – Serenades of a Dreamer

Blur, Chapter 4: Unprepared 

The ‘True You Project:’ Day 1-7 – Makeshift Gypsies

My Mother – In His Image

 

18 Comments

    1. How is roti made for a few hundred people at one meal? I saw some electric cooking appliances on sale that makes roti like pressing waffles, but it would take a very long time to make quantities of it.

      I think you have enough pics to compile a book on your experiences working as a cook in the ashram. We’ve been seeing the different stages of cooking and processing the ingredients in various snaps you posted. 🙂

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          1. You’re blessed. Many are still chasing after primary needs. The pilgrimage of faith is like a tour of holy places for the other denomination. I guess the novella is inspired by the biography of the saint.

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  1. The favorite post I wrote this week was “My Spirit Soaring” at https://livinglearningandlettinggo.wordpress.com/2015/05/19/dungeon-prompts-take-me-to-church/

    My favorite post from another blog was http://minimalistbaker.com/cajun-baked-sweet-potato-fries/. Sreejit, you might want to try these in India while you are working in the cafe and the crowds are smaller. They are baked and unbelievably good and would be a big hit. They are for sweet potatoes but I suspect it would work with white potatoes as well. The seasoning is amazing.

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