BlogFrog has been a great place for me to grow my blog, make friends, learn more about blogging and make a little money as well. I have enjoyed getting to know so many people. Along the way I decided to start my own BlogFrog community and have been so excited to see it grow. I would like to recognize the community leaders for April. (Leaders’ beliefs and/or opinions do not necessarily reflect those of LaughWithUsBlog.)
Shari is a midlife Christian stay at home mom and Grandmother. She blogsabout faith, parenting, step parenting, grand parenting, gardening, cooking, blended families, addiction, product reviews and everything in between. Here is one of her posts that made me laugh: Text Messaging.
Ginny Marie blogs about motherhood after breast cancer. I enjoy her touching, true to life stories she shares about her family like Meeting Daddy for Lunch.
OneMommy is a former teacher and stay at home mom of two adorable children. She inspires me with the creative activities she does with her preschoolers. I especially enjoyed her indoor Snow theme day. We didn’t get any snow in Texas this year. I keep saying I need to have an indoor snow day party. You know how we love themes!
I had so much fun meeting Mari. Through conversation we found out we attended the same small Bible college! There is just enough age difference that we barely missed each other, but we know so many of the same people! I find Mari’s online engagement to be completely fascinating!
These four ladies have been a huge help and encouragement to me. Thank you so much!
Check out these new conversations from my community
Got to clean my house!
Ok..today I have just got to clean my house..what is it you must
Would you like some help getting your comunity active?
Join in this week and network with us! We begin each Monday
Begin a Discussion in each others community 1 or 2 times a
Reply to already started discussions 3-5 times a week.
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Do you like the summer sounds of gas run tools?
I love summer, but I don’t like the sounds of lawn mowers, weed
cutters, etc. I can take them for a while, but we have a
neighbor that has no regard for what time it is, and certainly
loves those high powered tools of his.
How do you feel about this?