Friends and Neighbors

In our blogging 101 class the assignment was to  meet/visit our neighbors. Well, my neighbors are deer and I do try to visit with them regularly, but they are not the wordy type, at least I don’t speak deer. I’ve faced the fact that they love me for the apples that tumble from our apple trees and the tiny valley at the back of our yard where they sleep. They are beautiful, quiet, and sometimes they sleep near the trees very close to our back porch so I get to see them up close and personal.  It is winter in my part of the country so the most visiting I do with human neighbors presently is to say a hurried hello when we are shoveling/plowing snow.

Visiting five blogs was a wonderful adventure. I started with the Reader and chose topics of interest to me. Culture, fitness and health crafts and fashion, religion, and books for starters. Does anyone know of a twelve step group from book addicts? Love books and always have a stack to read. Just like having  many books I also now have many more blog neighbors to meet. Actually more than five here because I’m interested in sewing again after a long hiatus.  So here are some of the neighbors I found today. Cheers!

http://didyoumakethat.com/

About Me

http://www.progressivechristianalliance.org/main/blogs/

https://threadtheoryblog.wordpress.com/

http://lladybird.com/

http://fitisafeministissue.com/

https://reflectionsformysoul.wordpress.com/

 

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15 thoughts on “Friends and Neighbors

  1. Liked your perspective and your use of words- ” don’t speak deer”.
    As an aside, what do the deer do in winter ?
    You are lucky to have beautiful creatures on your doorstep and we are all lucky to have virtual neighbours at a click distance.
    Happy Blogging !

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  2. Hi Susieshy,
    Not sure what do you do in the winter but I think it mostly involves looking for food. They are frequently in my yard doing just that. Thanks for reading and responding.

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  3. Hi Susieshy,
    Not sure what do you do in the winter but I think it mostly involves looking for food. They are frequently in my yard doing just that. Thanks for reading and responding.

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    1. It must be the apple tree because your reply was so fun, it couldn’t be you. I won’t start any rumors and trust you won’t either. My husband once tried to ditch part of mine when we were moving. He thought I wouldn’t notice but I was too quick for him. I think I have a tracking device in me where books are concerned. Thanks for sharing your blog! I enjoyed it and will be be following you. Maybe I can learn to like running more from you?!

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      1. My theory is: never enough books. I have a tablet strictly for Kindle and Nook app. And still not getting rid of my library!! I am a rereader. Next theory: exercise should be fun, and I love everything about running (except the first half mile). I hope that my blog inspires people to find the exercise/sport that makes them feel the same…..but, by all means, try running! It certainly can be addictive.

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