One of my favorite people awarded me the Stylish Blogger Award. Lizzy and I met several years ago through a journaling group, and I have enjoyed doing life alongside her (though at a great distance). I wish to thank her from the bottom of my heart for thinking of me, and for always being so outspokenly supportive of my writing.
Since this is the award that keeps on giving, I am to bestow it upon 7 of my favorite bloggers. It’s hard to pick only 7, but I’ll give it a go. I didn’t pick the more famous ones (who have plenty of awards from people much more important than me), but the ones who, like me, blog their hearts and do their best to stay real on the page so we can all take part in some small way in their lives.
Bev Brandon at The Fray
Bev is one of my favorite writers. I have only known her for a few short weeks, but I already love her. We met through the book study on Ann Voskamp’s One Thousand Gifts. Her comments alone read like poetry, so reading her blog is an extra special blessing.
Rhonda Schrock at The Natives Are Getting Restless
Rhonda captured my heart through a comment she made in a discussion of Ann Voskamp’s book One Thousand Gifts. One visit to her blog was all it took to keep me coming back to read more.
Lady G at A Glance Into My World
Lady G is one of my best friends. We joke that we are twins separated at birth because we are so much alike. I adore her family and everything this precious woman stands for. She is also a vital part of RealHaus and I can’t imagine life without her.
Trisha at Just a Pastor’s Wife
Trisha is a very dear friend whose heart comes through her writing with an authenticity few possess. She’s been through a lot of disappointment in her young life, and reading her blog reminds me that God has our backs even (especially) in the hardest of times–and that we can trust Him always, even when His people let us down.
Suzanne at Random Thoughts By Suzanne
I fully believe one day Suz and I will find out we are related by some bizarre genealogical twist somewhere back in our ancestry. She is dearer to me than I can find words for, so naturally I love reading the thoughts she shares, as random as they might be, as often as possible.
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