Treasure-Trove Thursday {Bloggers}

Bloggers are awesome people!  They care about themselves enough to write about their lives.  They care about the readers they write for.  They do this by sharing ideas, photos, podcasts and videos.  Comments are exchanged and relationships are formed.  Oh how I wish there was blogging back when my children were younger.  As a full time family manager, I would have benefited greatly from them.  When you work from your home, it can be isolating and lonely.  To be able to share ideas, struggles, passions, etc. would have helped to lessen the isolation some.  It does for me now.  Even with my children home, yes, I’m not entirely alone…they are my children.  Adults need interaction with other adults.  And I’m not talking about conversing with the person who checks out your food at the grocery store.  Better yet, you want someone who has the same interests as you.  This way you have something in common to talk about.  This is where blogs & bloggers come in.

I have made some very special friendships with other bloggers.  I want to share a few with you today.

Pam from Random Pocket Notes

Last week my blogger friend Pam surprised me in such a fantastic way.  She wrote a post expressing her gratitude for me.  Blush…  She is super sweet and I’m extremely grateful to have met her.

Laura from Our House of Joyful Noise

I found Laura’s blog by googling “Tuesday Link Parties.”  I knew the instant I saw her blog, we had lots in common.  I decided to link up to her newly introduced link party.  The rest, they say, is history.  We began commenting on our posts and twitter.  She became my very first guest post writer for Family Brings Joy.  Remember her beautiful post about 4th of July treats?  You can read it here if you missed it.

Ange from The Blooming Hydrangea


I don’t remember how I found Ange, but I am so glad I did.  She has been visiting and leaving me messages of joy since the beginning of April.  Her family is in the middle of a move right now.  She still finds time to comment and give me encouragement.

Bloggers bring Joy,