Hi all, welcome to the All women blogging carnival. This is the second time hosted by me, but the first time hosted here at my new home. I recently moved my hosting provider and platform and this post is the equivalent to my housewarming party. I invited all these fabulous women to come to my housewarming and here they are. Now, you readers, I welcome you.
Imagine, I’ve greeted you at my front door and you’re dying to get in and see what sort of home I’m at now. You wipe your feet (I want to keep the place clean) you come in, I offer you a drink (I need a strong one after moving house) and you settle in to have a read.
When you’ve finished reading, if you’re not too exhausted, please feel free to have a nosy around my new home.
Shirley presents Charity, compassion and caring. « Brighter Days for you and me! posted at Brighter Days for you and me!, saying, “I’ve been tagged by Jean Browman to write a post about caring, compassion and charity. I love the idea of sharing what we are passionate about, especially when it comes to helping others.”
poetloverrebelspy presents What’s in My Bag? posted at Less Than a Shoestring, saying, “While smart travelers don’t necessarily carry a lot of luggage, they know what to carry along with them to be prepared for a number of situations which could arise. Take a peek inside my bag.”
Lill Hawkins presents Hairy Tofu Lemur posted at News from Hawkhill Acres, saying, “The toy recalls hit my daughter really hard. However, she’s a tough little cookie and helped me do something about it.”
Kimberly Clay presents Are You Moving Forward? posted at Kimberly Clay’s Internet Marketing | Wealth Building Blog.
Patricia Singleton presents Why Am I Going To India Again? posted at Spiritual Journey of a Lightworker, saying, “I wrote this article in response to the questions of my husband and several friends before my recent trip to India.”
While I was out Stumbling, I found presents Fear for kids as crocodile and man steal their safety posted at Imaginif…, saying, “In Australia do you have Kangaroos jumping down the roads? No, we just have predators scouring our neighbourhoods and hanging out in our drains!”
paidtwice presents It isn’t complete gibberish! I’ve actually learned something… posted at I’ve Paid For This Twice Already…, saying, “I’m a smart person, but investing has always befuddled me. but I am making progress.”
GrrlScientist presents Bait and Switch posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “Inspired by a book by Barbara Ehrenreich, which describes the tribulations faced by job seeking white-collar workers who are “in transition”, I expound upon these challenges while also reviewing this book.”