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It's time for Best of the Blogosphere, The September 2011 Edition.
There is so much great content out there, and since there's also a LOT of content out there it's sometimes easy to miss the really stellar posts. Every day we bloggers give pieces of ourselves to the blogosphere. This feature is my way of showing my appreciation for the efforts of other bloggers. Won't you join me?
If you've been keeping track of your favourite posts from the month, why not write a list as I have to share with your readers, and link it up. Maybe there's one particular post that stood out for you that you'd like to link up. And if you're really proud of a particular post you wrote this month, link it up!
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And now, I'd like to share with you some of my favourite posts from the month. I came across some highly entertaining and truly inspirational posts this month.
Jody of Blended made me laugh with her post "An Interview with Bill After a Day Alone with All Six Kids". Thanks Jody. I needed that!
When Robin of Farewell Stranger spoke about returning to work and bedtime routine troubles in Back to Life, Back to Reality I felt her pain.
Kristen of A Little Something for Me reminded me of how much we all take for granted with Letter to the Mothers who live my deepest fear and then amazed me with her spirit when I read "In my New Normal".
This very short post from Shouts From the Abyss made me laugh and nod in agreement: How Twitter Really Works.
This month many of us wrote posts about the need to reevaluate our blogging efforts as we looked at what's most important to each of us. This post from Lost and Forgotten sums up that struggle very well: You Probably Won't Read This.
This post from Staying Afloat was one we could all relate to: A Number I am Not.
Check out this post from My Dishwasher's Possessed. Lessons Learned from my Dishwasher has some real pearls of wisdom for everyday living and a generous dose of humour.
Deborah Bryan helped me to remember that I have SO much to be thankful for and SO little to complain about (thanks Deb): No arms, no legs, no worries.
Finally, the post that I am most proud of writing this month is this one: The Inevitability of Change and the Futility of Resistance. I have been very much enjoying participating in Stasha's Monday Listicles meme. The list ideas have inspired some interesting posts, and this is one I enjoyed writing very much.