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After writing a few paragraphs about the blog of my friend, Sheri Hawley, being down, I just heard from her husband that her blog is finally back up and running! (So I erased the paragraphs I had written about the blog being down since it’s now up! So happy for them! So happy for ME! (‘Cause I get to read it again!)
Go to Embrace the Grace to read Sheri’s wonderful blog. You won’t regret it.
Speaking of blogs and technical stuff, I would like to give a shout-out to my blogging colleague and technical guru, Dustin Stout. Dustin has helped me fix a few recent problems on my blog and at my request, also changed the font of the nav bar and the post titles. He also made the text bigger in the commenting area and added a line beside my picture to make it easier for you to see where my comment responses are.
I would consider it a personal favor if you would click right here and pop on over to Dustin’s blog for a minute or two. He can tell by looking at his statistics which of his visitors come from my blog and if lots and lots of you click over there from here, he will think I’m a vastly important and incredibly famous blogger and will be hugely impressed and he will start coming to ME for technical advice instead of the other way around! (ha)
Seriously though, Dustin is a blogger’s blogger and with each passing week, is becoming more influential and well-known in the blogging community. He writes about Christianity, social media, creativity and Google+, and he has a lot of resources available for people who want to learn more about blogging. Dustin is also an outstanding graphic artist which makes his blog a feast for the eyes. So go ahead and click on over there and help me say thanks to him for keeping me from pulling out every last strand of my hair when I got frustrated with my recent tech issues.
I saw this video about 6 months ago and adored it. This week, it cropped up again on my Facebook timeline and I fell in love with it all over again. I promise you that you cannot watch this 2-year old boy dance without smiling. My favorite part is at the end where he takes a bow and then rubs his hands together and dusts them off like he’s saying, “Ahhh! A job well done!”
Absolutely sweet and priceless.
(click on orange letters below to watch)