I visit a lot of blogs. My RSS reader is rather stuffed, but I see a lot of blogs, both for The High Calling any my own reading.
Here’s a list of a few of the sites I visit every day (sites that publish five times a week or more). I visit them every day because there’s always something of value to find there.
More to the point, I think of all of them as good friends.
The High Calling I’ve been with The High Calling since 2010. I learn so much from the team I work with there.
TweetSpeak Poetry I think of it as my poetry place.
Neither Use Nor Ornament One day, I’d like to visit India. Until then, I visit this site for the glorious display of color.
Writing Without Paper I don’t know how she does it, but Maureen Doallas can find more good stuff about art, literature, poetry and culture in general. And her poems.
Getting Down with Jesus Jennifer Dukes-Lee writes from a farm in Iowa. She used to be a reporter, but she overcame that and went on to higher things.
The Wellspring Laura Boggess writes from the airy heights of West Virginia. She takes great photos, too.
Love to You Nancy Rosback is an artist, photographer, poet, blogger – and loves to change the name of her blog (but keeps the same URL).
Sippican Cottage Greg Sullivan makes furniture (cool stuff) at his home in Maine. He also has something interesting to say. And his two sons have a band.
Just…A Moment Susan Etole has a site that you can go and sit with, ponder the photographs and sparse words, like an online quiet time.
Writing Boots I’ve known David Murray for 20+ years. We knew each other B.W. – Before Web. We have political differences (his are usually wrong). But he is my friend, and he has my great respect. And even affection.
Cycleguy’s Spin Bill Grandi is a pastor in Indiana, reads broadly, and rides a bicycle.
There are some others that I’ll be sharing in future posts.
Photograph by George Hodan via Public Domain Pictures. Used with permission.