Sunday Showcase 6

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Welcome to Sunday Showcase, where I highlight one of my favourite blogs, recommend a few of the posts I enjoyed reading this week and capture a moment that made me smile.

A blog I love…

and-then-the-fun-began-badgeSam writes the wonderful blog And Then The Fun Began. She started blogging a few months after I did and I’ve been reading her blog ever since!

Sam writes thoughtful and well considered opinion posts, alongside lovely tales of her two boys. She runs one of my favourite linkys, The Truth About, and is a big believer in writing honestly about day to day life. Reading her posts, and the excellent comments/discussion they elicit, is always interesting and thought provoking.

If you haven’t read Sam’s blog before, I recommend popping over, and this post about when things go wrong, and how we react, is a great place to start.

A post I loved…

Tim, over at Slouching Towards Thatcham, is always a guaranteed good read and this post about the Tots100 rankings (very much for the bloggers among us!) is a case in point.

Tracy, who blogs at Inside the Rainbow, writes with such wit and wisdom, extracting humour from even the worst of situations. This post, Send in the Clowns, is a perfect example.

Vicky, over at Verily Victoria Vocalises, is completing NaPoWriMo (National Poetry Writing Month) at the moment, a poem a day for the 30 days of April. I wish I had the commitment for that! So far this poem Withal Poetry, written for Day 6, is my favourite.

A moment I loved…

The 6yo became the 7yo this week! He LOVES to build things; he’s a dab hand with his dad’s tools. So, for his birthday we got him his own set of tools (to be used with his dad, of course!) and he is beyond thrilled.

When he realized that he had been given his own electric screwdriver, well, his face said it all :)

My Own Screwdriver

So, there we have it. Week 6 of Sunday Showcase… I will be back next Sunday, sharing more great blogs with you!



10 thoughts on “Sunday Showcase 6”

  1. So kind Sara! Yours is one of my favourites too. I have enjoyed your recommendations too – Vicky’s poem is fab and I was not aware of Inside the Rainbow before now but just had a quick perusal and now I feel a bit jealous to be honest – her humour is bang on the money and such a good writer. Tim’s is also one of my faves and having just caught up with his Tots100 post I am, as always, well impressed by both his knowledgeability (made up word!) and his writing skillz… X

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