To be a professional gambler, you need to be a man - at least this is what many media outlets and society as a whole are trying to tell us. Of course, men are seen as being risk-takers but this doesn't necessarily translate into them being the only gender to enjoy playing casino games. Stats show that as many women enjoy a few spins on a Royal Vegas slot machine than…
I've had a lot of blog posts in my time as a blogger...easily thousands. It's hard to pin down exactly the one that is the best. I actually have a lot of "best" posts. I'm really proud of the posts I've written for my blog on Mothering.com.
What is your best blog post of all time? Why?
Make sure to leave a link because if it's your best we want to read it!
Do I really have to pick one? I have several favorites (even have them on an "Ego Page" LOL), but I decided to share with you the one that touches ME the most.
I love writing posts that make people laugh. But I have one post that I wrote that makes ME cry. Every time I read it. Even now when I went back to my Ego Page and tried to pick just one. It was from Christmas this past year and my discovery of what the "Magic" of Christmas has come to mean to me. It's also short so as not to bore anyone. I hope you enjoy it, I really enjoyed writing it. It was one of those posts that when the idea struck me, the words just flew from my fingertips. No editing was needed. Here it is. It's called "Thank You Santa".
Since I'm such an "information junkie" my favorite post was a 4 part series: Q&A About Boys with Michael G. Thompson, Ph.D. (Dr. Thompson is a psychologist, school consultant and author/co-author of eight books including the classic bestseller, Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys and It’s a Boy!: Understanding Your Son’s Development from Birth to Eighteen.)
It was a great help to me (I have 2 boys) and I received a lot of positive feedback from other moms of young boys.
I wrote a story about the meaning behind the battered cowboy boots that sit on my fireplace as a decoration. They were worn by each of my boys and I described the memories and how I wasn't ready to say goodbye to them.
I also wrote the Mother's List of Rights on a day when I was feeling especially snarky. I still get a kick out of that one.
The first 2 blogs were posted on my friendster blog account and I haven't really found time to update that account or at least transfer my posts there to my new account in blogger (Take Me As I Am). Any idea how to transfer faster? Tnx.