I have come to the realization that I am an insanely professional procrastinator. That is all. On to the posts! (before I start procras...

Posts of the week! 9.6.15-9.12.15

I have come to the realization that I am an insanely professional procrastinator. That is all.

On to the posts! (before I start procrastinating)

The Fear by Chard. In which Chard reminds us not to run from our fears, because our God has already fought them.

The Last Chapter by Sarah. An inspiring post about keeping your eyes on the real prize and giving up any distractions that get in the way.

Your Ladders Also by Chard. In which Chard reminds that God has a special and unique plan for each and every one of us, and to focus on His leading not what anyone around us is doing.

Reviews by Heather. Another fascinating discussion post by the one-and-only velociraptor in the blogosphere.

Uses for Books by Liz. This one is super old, but it’s still hilarious.

Tackling Twilight: Breaking Dawn: Part 2 by Emily Rachelle. The final installment in the Tackling Twilight series. It’s really interesting, and I’ve super enjoyed reading Emily’s thoughts.

Taylor Swift Tag by Kat. I hadn't heard of this tag before, but it’s kind of awesome. If I can find a book for every topic, I’m totally gonna do it.

Another Double Feature Also by Liz. In which she does cool tags that I may or may not steal.

To All Those Who Say English Is Useless by Jo. Another somewhat old one, but the message is something that should be shared until the whole world hears.

Dear Movie Directors by Alea. Preach it, sister (except they can maybe change tiny things, but only if the changes make it better which they normally don’t).

Two Things That Will Help You Succeed At Anything by Emily Tjaden. Because who doesn’t want some surefire, easier-said-than-done-but-totally-necessary tips for success?

A Fan’s Five Stages of Grief: Guest Post by Elizabeth on Sometimes I’m a Story. Another ridiculously old one (guys, I am so out of date), but it is hilarious and accurate, so I’m sharing it, so there.

In Response to Tragedy by Mrs. Roseanna White. In which she reminds us of where we have to turn when everything is going wrong. Washington can’t save us and changed laws won’t change the land. Only Jesus can save us and only He can change hearts.

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And that is all for this week! Had you read some of these already? What’d you think of them? Do you also claim the title of insanely professional procrastinator? Comment me!


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6 comments:

  1. I've read quite a few of these this week! They're quite good. Thanks for highlighting my post, and also thanks for bringing up Elizabeth's post! I shared this with her, and I think it made her quite pleased. :)

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    1. IKR! And no problem! They were both awesome. :D

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  2. Ooh, thanks for sharing my posts! :) The only other ones I've read from that list would have been the ones from our local velociraptor, but I will have to check out some of the others when I get the time. *saves post for later*

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    1. No problem! They were GREAT! :D
      Hehe, those were cool, weren't they? Hope you enjoy them when you get around to reading! :)

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  3. Aw, all those were so good in each of their own ways! I love how everyone has such a different voice. Even if we all wrote about the exact same topic, it would come across differently! I don't think I have an absolute favourite, BUT. These were all extremely good reads. :')

    . . . THAT TAYLOR SWIFT TAG, THOUGH. PLEASE DO IT IF YOU CAN. :'D

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    1. I know! It's one of the coolest parts of being in the blogosphere!
      Glad you enjoyed them! :D

      I WILL IF I CAN COME UP WITH BOOKS BECAUSE IT LOOKS SO AWESOME.

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