Love the photos from New Hampshire! I'm dying to know what the snorkels are for too! With all the rain we've had lately, my first thought was that you were preparing for flooding! Will it ever stop raining? I hate to complain about the weather, but five days of rain is getting me down. It's still hot in DC too, so I've been feeling pretty hot and soggy all week. Not a great look, I have to say.
Good thing is that Jeff and I are headed to Orlando this weekend to see my family. We're all getting together for the first time since my brother returned from Afghanistan. Yay! Then I looked at the weather in Orlando. Boo!
My Dad promises me that it will just be the typical/daily afternoon thunderstorm that only lasts an hour, but I'm just not so sure. More hot and soggy???
ANYWAY... I've noticed recently that the blogs I really love to read are personal blogs that have really interesting stories. Call it voyeuristic, but I find myself checking in on people. Is that weird? I don't read all of the below blogs regularly, but I think they are a good example of blogs with really interesting background stories...
Enjoying the Small Things: Read about the blog here and read about the birth story of Kelle's second daughter Nella here. It's incredible, so raw and honest. I literally cried at my desk when I read it. If you only read one of these, read this one.
Nie Nie Dialogues: Nie was in a near fatal plane crash that burned over 80% of her body but when reading the blog, you'd never know it by her attitude and outlook on life. She has four children and is pregnant with her fifth.
Tales of Me and The Husband: Bridget was the student/babysitter, Steve was the Professor. The love story is super interesting. Read from the bottom up.
E Tells Tales: Mike is 39 years older than Elizabeth. They fell in love, got married and had a baby... but there is a lot more in between. Read their love story here. Again, read from the bottom up.
Fascinating, right? However you feel about their choices etc, I think it's admirable that these women shared them with the world, knowing that some people may questions those choices and decisions and feelings.
Do you read blogs that have big story backgrounds? What are your favorites?
Happy Reading and Happy Friday!