|Taken at St Albans Cathedral on Tuesday|
The Beesley Buzz - Rebecca and her family keep this blog as a journal of their life together. One of their sons has Aspergers and this helped them to make the decision to home educate both their boys. Add a baby girl into the mix and you have all the fun of the buzz!
The Children and It - Suzanne has quickly established herself as a really popular blogger, she was a BIBs finalist this year and I have to say she writes one of my most favourite blogs. The topics she covers are always diverse and I love her particular style of gentle evangelism.
Midlife Single Mum - I've been following Rachel's blog for a long time now and her Jewish faith is always clear, we don't share the same faith but that's OK as we are always respectful of the differences and afterall she does live in the Holyland. You will find a real mix of posts over at Rachel's she is always refreshingly honest and will say it as it is. She is also looking after Listography this summer for Kate takes 5.
Clarina's Contemplations - Clare's blog is quite a new one to me, but I'm super glad I have found it. She describes herself as a wife, mother and homemaker and probably the thing I love most is that she is so forthright about her love for Jesus. Her blog is not preachy but it is the epitome of faith filled!
New Mum Online - Liska is one of those purely lovely people, she will take anyone under her wing but woe betide if you mess with her! Liska (as I see it) has a blend of faiths but there is no denying her commitment. She attends Catholic Church but is also a Yoga teacher and I've also read posts from her before where she talks about more new age ideas too.
Catch a single thought - This is such a pretty blog, written by Jess and it covers a real spectrum of topics. The main contender is probably parenting of young children though and there is loads of good sensible advice to be found.
Everyone Else is Normal - Don't you just love the name of this blog? Siobhan is another one who is completely 'out' about her Christian faith. She described Jesus as the best thing since sliced bread and of course I agree with her. She is a no-nonsense kind of girl and I love this post she wrote before BritMums Live about all us bloggers being good enough.
If you are new here, welcome. Do go and have a read about why I started Reasons to be Cheerful and what I feel the key to happiness is. This is a very inclusive linky, it does not come with lots of rules. I just ask for common courtesy, write your post and link it up, say hi to me and then comment and say hi to a couple of other linked up bloggers. They should hopefully come and visit you too and we are all happy - comment love shared all round.
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Wishing you a wonderful week ahead. Mich x
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