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Ten of my best blog posts


I've been told that I've written a ton of compelling stuff in the almost five years that I've been publicly blogging now. (Dang, has it been THAT long?!) If you've been a reader any length of time you know I write about everyday experiences ~ from what I ate when I got up this morning to leadership issues, current events, stuff that really frosts me and things I'm passionate about.

Some of my best posts are from years past and if people are new readers, they may not even know these gems are lurking. (Can a post lurk?)

So... I thought in honor of this fine Fun Friday that I'd just list ten of my favorite posts that I can think of off the top of my head. I know my sister is going to get to work this morning, open this up and say, "what?! nothing fresh?" Kim...don't get your panties in a bunch...just click these ten and read 'em (it will take you more time than anybody should ever spend at work) but when you're done you'll be reminded all over again why you think your sister is the most brilliant writer in the world. (GRIN)

Some of my favs, in no particular order:

1) Praise and Worship All the Time?

2) The Principles That Shape My Methods

3) Why You Should Have Sex As Much as Possible

4) Why I Have Several Christmas Trees

5) Why I Won't Sign Up For a Beating, parts one, two, and three.

6) Opportunity for Giving Through My Virtuous Woman Offering

7) Why We Don't Have "The Talk" at our House

8) Why You Shouldn't Compare Your Husband to an Appliance, a Food or a Planet

9) The Call of God...Changing?

10) I'm Deanna Shrodes, and I'm a Homeschooling Mom

and one more for good measure...

BONUS POST: Wrecks



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