This week’s 7DOB is a bit of a mish-mash, but once again; as I keep saying, these are the blog posts that really caught my attention last week. I’m not saying these are the “best” things blogged during the week, I’m just saying I really enjoyed them; please have a look because I think you may do too.
Places to show your parents in San Francisco - idathue
I maybe breaking the rules here slightly, but my first winner this week is a photo blog. Anyone who knows me, or has read my blogs will know I’m a bit of amateur photographer myself, but these are far better than any photo’s I’ve ever taken. I love the house on the classic sloping SF street, with the red mini parked outside, and also the coffee shop from outside, with the reflections from across the street.
How to Survive a Divorce... with Children (part 3) - Life as a classroom
I’ve been regularly reading Life as a classroom since I discovered it a couple of months ago, and this blog post is a great example of the writing here.
The line: “Try to remember that the decisions you made during the marriage were the right ones at the time,” is maybe one of the truest things, ever written about looking back on a failed marriage.
This blog has the most honest writing on the www that you will find; from marriage and divorce to relationships and sex. I love it and I’m sure most other bloggers will too.
Leap of faith - Living With Bob (Dysautonomia)
I have always loved toilet humour, and “Leap of faith” is a classic post in the “laughing about a horrible situation regarding my arse” kind of “ring of fire” way.
It’s all very tongue in cheek, and very funny. Here’s an example of what you might find:
“To say I am surprised by the result would be an understatement. From the first day of taking the combined H1 and H2s I have gone from double digit, bolting/stumbling/praying, to the loo, to 3-4 times a day. WHOA! I here you say. You're talking crazy, Crazy Lady! But it's true. These two little tabs have reduced my vacating substantially, and my butthole is oh so grateful.“
Please pop over and pay this week’s blogs a visit; I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.