April Blog Round-Up

Can you believe it’s already May?? I’m not quite there yet! Go back with me to these favorite April posts:

Jean Heimann writes of St. Catherine of Sienna (and I found lots of helpful info about other saints here).

Michael Seagriff writes of  protecting the unborn.

Karl Erickson – no kidding – interviewed Sean Astin! ( I subscribed to find out who RA and LR are….his next interviews…any guesses??)

I have to admit to only one post in April, but I really like this book review!

Nancy Ward writes beautifully of self-awareness.

This month: Please check out the blogging your fellow Guild members have done in April, and consider sending in your own favorite post for the next Round Up. Let these folks know you took a look!

Next month: If you love a post by a fellow Guild member, please give them a holler and suggest they send me the link. Don’t forget to send your own favorite from your own blog!

By the way….is anyone trying to keep up with all this blogging by using Google Reader?? If so, are you freaked out about the fact that it will soon disappear? No worries! It’s so easy to switch all  your feed-reading to Feedly, that even I could do it! Feedly.com will let you effortlessly link your Google Reader in to be transferred, and then Feedly will actually give you a lot more features to make Responsive Blog-Reading possible.

I avoided the whole subject of this transfer like the plague. It felt like another one of those times I had crawled up the steep learning curve of technology only to find yet another slope ahead. I was too tired to figure out how to make the switch for the 100+ blogs I finally had rounded up to follow. Thank you, God for some blogger who posted the easy out on this one!

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One Response to April Blog Round-Up

  1. Wow, I didn’t know about Google Reader. Thanks for telling me about ‘Feedly’ I will have to check that out.