If you only read one article this week, please let it be mine! I’m over on Christianity Today’s Hermeneutics blog talking about cancer, and all the fears that go with it. (And for those of you who shared the article yesterday via Twitter, Facebook, or your personal blog– thank you! I appreciate the love so much.)
It’s election year, people. My dad has been saying for awhile that Marco Rubio is someone to watch for a potential future GOP Presidential candidate. Who knows…maybe he’ll be on the Romney ticket this year? Q&A: Marco Rubio and His Faith of Many Colors.
Three metrics every blogger should be tracking. If you blog, do you check your analytics? I do, because I can’t help myself after working in marketing. However I limit myself to checking only about once every 4-6 weeks so as to not become a crazy person. Do you check your blog stats? Too much? Too little?
Designer looks for less! (Although most of these are STILL outside my budget. Oh well!)
What I want you to know: the face of abuse is a master of disguise. This blog is very raw, and so very important to read.
“If you’ve ever found yourself wearing nothing but your not-working amber teething necklace perched on a kitchen table surrounded by root vegetables, you’ve been Instagramed.” (I’m still laughing over this one. And, I’m very guilty.)
This next post is brave. I hope I can be as vulerable as I write through our experience with cancer: How I Learned to Talk to Speak Cancer to My Kids.