Time to share some of my favorite reads of the week. I’m also scheduling guest posts for summer, so if you want to write here, fill out this super quick form.
There’s not just one definition of courage. And we shouldn’t minimize one person’s courage just because we see someone else who we think has more courage. Laura expresses this beautifully in Courage and Bravery.
Galit shares 22 Ways I’m Gifting My Kids a Happy Summer. I love her attitude and I plan on stealing some of her fabulous ideas.
Having multiple kids in multiple sports requires an awful lot of juggling. And understanding from others. Coreen captures this perfectly in Juggling Sports Schedules Is Not for the Weak.
Do you ever feel like you’re not really good enough and maybe you should just step aside? This post from Julia stuck with me: The Front of the Race.
I might not agree with her point on wine (that I’m okay with being told to do… even if I do prefer vodka…) but Vicky’s list of 9 Things I Wish the Internet Would Stop Telling Me to Do is pretty spot on!
Since I cringed when my oldest brought home a recorder, I laughed my way through Samara’s account of her son’s band concert in Sax Maniac.
On honesty and imperfection… read If We’re Being Honest from Bethany.