Why is it that everyone seems to need a boogeyman?
Where did it come from?
by Kris Krug
I’ve been very bad this week. I have to catch up on five days’ worth of Blogging 101 in just one day.
But the first one is easy. Here are some blogs I love, and why I love them:
http://aginggracefullymyass.wordpress.com – It covers the same issues I cover, but with an edge I wish I could carry off.
http://mnprairieroots.com – I also have Minnesota roots that I keep finding reasons to love in spite of the fact that I spent the better part of 21 years trying to figure out how to escape.
http://ourbetterhealth.org – Who doesn’t need improved health?
http://onecrayolashort.blogspot.com – My niece is the most AMAZING elementary school art teacher and her blog proves it!
http://adventuretravelwriter.org – A work colleague writes this one. She inspires me both at work and once the work day ends.
Matthew O’Reilly, a veteran emergency medical technician on Long Island, New York, describes the three patterns he has observed as those under his care facing imminent death face their final moments. It’s only 5 minutes long and worth the time.