Zero to hero: eleven

After yesterday’s assignment I am really glad for this one. Without further ado, here we go with

Today’s assignment: hello, neighbor

Follow along as I say hello and a little bit more to some fellow bloggers on their blogs. It may take a little while for my comments to be approved and visible on each. And if you like the post, why not leave a comment of your own?

  • Zero to Hero Challenge Progress on Heart of a Southern Woman. I have been meaning to leave a comment on Helen’s post since the day I found it. Finding it again, to my horror and disgrace, I find I forgot to follow her blog the first time around. Sorry, Helen! Helen packed six days’ worth of challenge assignments into her post, and I am looking forward to her next one.
  • About Me on Helps to Write. Josh’s latest post announcing New Sight Design is what pulled me in, given my own desire to change the look of my own blog. Once there I remembered why I followed his blog in the first place: his struggles with Christianity. His about page says he has fallen away, but I see he just started seminary. So I had to ask Josh if it was time to update his about page.
  • My Wildest Dreams on Let Go of the Brakes. Rick wrote an awesome post about childhood dreams that fade away to an even better dream. You might think his even better dream is making two wheels go fast under his power, but that’s not it. I read through a number of his posts and saw myself in some of them. Rick plans to write at least one post a week in 2014, and I am looking forward to them all.

I could go blog hunting for hours more, but it is time for me to come back up for air. Still, are there any other blogs you recommend I explore on my next hunt?

I'm a Zero to Hero Blogger!You have just read my eleventh post for the Zero to Hero blogging challenge. Join me in using the challenge to liven up our own little corners of the web, blogosphere, or whatever the kids are calling it these days. Don’t worry if you are behind, you can go at your own pace. I seem to be on the day-and-a-half-behind schedule.

What do you think?

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s