Meet more Neighbors

Our assignment in blogging 101 is to read blogs and post comments on four of them. This seems like traveling to me. I got to travel to far away places, read of adventures that others are taking, see pictures that are inspiring and read what others like to read and why.  What a rich experience. It is heartening and inspiring to see what other bloggers are doing and what interests others. It is inspiring/moving to read and to feel a connection to others I don’t know. I’ve enjoyed searching out blogs and finding things that spark my interest, give me something to think about and consider what I might want to write about next.  Thank you to all the bloggers who I’ve read today.  I could share many more but I’ve winnowed the bunch down a bit, not quite four but…

Some of them include:

https://dailypost.wordpress.com/2015/01/29/our-favorite-books-and-why-we-love-them/

http://extradrymartini.com/2015/01/13/things-my-mother-never-did/

Fog

https://tabulacandida.wordpress.com/2015/01/07/fellowship/

http://friendlyfairytales.com/

https://thewanderingfeline.wordpress.com/

https://thewanderingfeline.wordpress.com/animal-photo-diary/

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2 thoughts on “Meet more Neighbors

  1. Hi.
    I am visiting your blog as part of the Blogging 101 exercise. I find the colour scheme of your blog unusual and eye-catching. I often comment on people’s blogs mostly to improve my own writing but also to inspire them to write more and better. What are your hobbies other than blogging ?
    Visiting neighbourly blogs is like visiting your neighbours in real life, is it not ?

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