I never thought I’d reach this point. A year ago, I was tentatively embracing — a forced hug, really — the creation of this blog. I got in the groove and grew to enjoy the format. Now I maintain a steady flow of postings and follow other blogs, too.
How about you?
Like a good book, a great movie, or a new cool dive, it's nice to savor a discovery but even better to share it with others. In that spirit, here are a few of my regular reads:
How to Party with an Infant
Kaui Hart Hemmings, author of The Descendants, offers sassy observations on literature, life and modern motherhood.
A photographer and poet, Jack Cantey’s tanka poetry packs a punch.
The Found Poetry Project
Writers Timothy Green (editor of Rattle) and Megan O’Reilly Green find poetry everywhere, and encourage others to do the same.
How about you? Care to share your favorites?