Today is the last day of the Ultimate Blog Challenge. After having avoided blog challenges for part of 2015, I had a good time with this challenge. I've discovered some brand new blogs and become reacquainted with others I haven't read for a while.
Now, it is time for bloggers of the world to unite. It's time to pay the love forward and list, on your blog, some blog posts you've enjoyed this past week.
To get you started, here are some blog posts I enjoyed this past week.
First, Holly blogs about "bad attitude blogging" and teaches us an important lesson. Yes, there is a good side of having many blogs out there in the blogosphere. Discover what it is.
Manzanita, a blogger who grew up during the Depression, blogs about...well, you'll just have to read it. It's a profound lesson.
An ode to decluttering - and more - from K Lee in Maine.
Martha blogs about an important fact: you are never too old to learn.
You'll never look at color in the same way after reading this post from Sue McPeak, a Texas blogger I "met" on last year's A to Z Challenge.
Laurel in Canada and her weekly blog post on Zentangle - lovely work, as always.
Can you imagine taking part in a cattle drive? I can't, but this blogger did.
And finally, I do not engage that much in politics, but I enjoyed this tribute to a politician who died in 2012 at the age of 90. The philosophy of this late senator was hard won in battle and in life, and, even if you do not share his politics, you will agree with some of his philosophies.
Now: go, and pay the blog love forward.