With all the scary and sad events in the news in the past few weeks and months, it’s been sad and stressful for most of us. We can all use a break. So this week we have a Ladies Only Blog Share Link Party for you! Share the humorous and “lighter side” of what’s happening in your world by linking to one of your posts this week (or one you wrote recently)! Let’s share some fun and laughter!
Be sure to bookmark or RSS feed their blogs and visit them on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google +, etc…wherever you’d like to connect! We will all gladly return the favor!
In addition to the link share, we’re featuring three special bloggers as well (no particular order).
Make Your Own Damn Dinner: If you’re ever in need of a really good laugh, you should visit Marie’s blog, Make Your Own Damn Dinner. This former teacher who is proudly pumped up on caffeine (our kind of woman!), has broken down the public tantrum and made us all say “YES!” in her post, Before I Was a Mom. We think you’ll find that there is something for everyone here, so you’ll want to check her out!
Lemon Drop Pie: Ginny from Lemon Drop Pie has an infectious smile that makes you want to join her and a wonderful way with words. Don’t get sidetracked by the name of her blog! This is NOT a recipe or food blog! This is her story, her journey through life. Once you’ve visited her blog, make sure to join her G+ Community, as it fits with the theme of our link party this week quite well! Live, Laugh, BLOG!
Epic Mommy Adventures – You’ll think you met Wonder Woman! Natasha of Epic Mommy Adventures is a mom, consultant and currently attending graduate school. If she wasn’t already busy enough, she also manages to find time to blog. One of her most popular posts, 10 Things You Should Never Say To A Working Mom, will leave you cheering. Check out all of the awards this mom has won!
Are you ready to get started yet? Have fun and visit the links below. Don’t forget to comment on the new blogs you’ve discovered!
In the URL field, place the link to your post. The name field should contain the title of your post.