I love reading other people’s blogs!
But I don’t like staring at a page and wondering where are the posts of the past. Neither do I care for seeing lists of dates that do not tell me what any of the blogger’s past articles are about.
And I know that many of you find this just as frustrating as I do.
Are people missing your blogs because they cannot find them?
…then please feel free to copy my idea.
Saying that, some blogs do have a list of linkable topics running down one side and that is fantastic. Though I don’t think this option is available on every web design and who wants the stress of changing?
So, I decided to create:
This blog which contains the titles AND SUBJECTS of older posts that I have specially picked out for you. There is a general underlined category above each different section. Then on the left you have an explanation of what the topic is about and on the right hand side you have the title which is also the link.
Simply click onto the title of your choice and the blog post will come up.
When you stop by, please also drop in a quick hello so that I can wander over to your blog and share in your joys, pains and in-betweens.
I really don’t want to miss out on what you have to say, whether it’s opinionated, sad, hilarious or just the muddled thoughts in your brain that you need to express out loud. See you soon!
Apologies for the format which may look disjointed on a smartphone device. If any techies out there know how to tabulate properly, I’ll be glad to hear from you.
What my blog is about
The heart behind my blogs No Pointing Fingers
Silly things I’ve done
Absent-mindedness Are You Wary Of The Green Man?
Gardening blunders Escaping From The Grave
Embarrassment at a wedding Get out the way!
My ridiculous photo Laughing at myself
Speaking out of turn The demon dog and my big ole gob
Trying to dance Uptown funky like a monkey
Refusing to grow old gracefully The laughing man
My attempt at being cool Cutting it fine
I talk far too much My mouth
I’m a bad loser at games Something to calm me down
Pretending to be a home-girl Yo sista!
Struggles with black culture The floundering coconut
Over-spending Christmas in February?
Struggles with forgiveness Forgiveness? Aw God do I av ta?
Carrying a heavy carpet down the road The human packhorse
Here’s some encouragement for:
The triers Well done you!
Those who feel intimidated by God I’m not good enough
Those feeling just ordinary Bragging Rights?
Those addicted to porn (including females!) The height of pleasure
Those who are struggling Life inside a tortoise shell
The motherless or rejected by their mothers Sunday wounds
For those who hate Christmas Christmas shoes
Those wanting to talk to God But how do I pray? What do I say?
My fear of:
Wasps I don’t like the queen!
Spiders Arachno..a agh! where did it go?
Crossing the road Are you wary of the green man?
Marmaduke the ghost The ghost of Tottering Towers
Butterflies Secret revealed
God’s amazing intervention
A stranger teaches me a lesson The mystery of the penniless boy
Delivered from drugs and violence Joy is in the house
Leg cramp in bed Thank you
Christians and depression
A nervous breakdown An angel from Australia
Anxious Christians Anxious about anxious
Feeling low Feeling miserable
Learning to see the good in things Gratefulness and a happy heart
The awful British weather The lost summer
Feeling sidelined by God The mystery of the penniless boy
Feeling useless Nothing in my hand
WordPress is great Why am I following my own blog?
The nicest people to know Who’s your favourite type of person?
Christian music for young people Are ‘Jesus is my boyfriend’ songs cool?
3 ladies I admire Women who I admire
Dani Johnson’s poverty project Leave your home and travel with me
Wedding accessories review How to look absolutely stunning
A talented card maker The dog returns
Our struggles with sin
Becoming complacent Black bubbles
Getting used to the bad The unfortunate frog
Being realistic about myself Forgiving Eve
Being undiscerning The greedy polar bear
Blogs about celebrities
Roger Federer (tennis champion) The luckiest parents in the world?
Linda Bellingham (British actress) The lovely Linda
Robin Williams’ suicide Goodbye Mr. Williams, we’re so sorry
USA Presidents who were wise Wiser words from wiser men
My parenting experiences and childhood memories
Frustrations with craft mess All that glitters…
The importance of interacting with our kids Come play with me
A father-daughter relationship Swollen river
Contrary children Tuxedos for planting flowers
Coping with an obsessed mother Paranoid parents
The new jewellery craze for girls Rainbow loom band loopy
My daughter’s love for insects Bug funeral
Childhood memories Frowns and fringes
A true story about a playground accident Monday morning at Satan’s abode
Forgiving my parents Forgiving the past
A bee on a young child’s leg My daughter’s so brave
I learnt not to lie to my child Deception doesn’t work
Why I hate bruised fruit Pygmy bananas
Emotive issues (includes poetry )
Sexual abuse & burglary Burglary and gang rape
True love What is love?
The death of Jesus What brings about self-centredness…
The victory of Jesus Newsflash: Dead men walking
Prostitution Selling your body
Autism Take me as I am
Holding a newborn baby First kiss
Child neglect Mummy abandoned me at the market
Abortion “I murdered my baby”
Infertility and miscarriage Empty womb, empty cot, empty arms
Huntingdon’s Disease Stop staring at me
Cerebral palsy/special needs Someone for everyone
Singles ladies wanting to be married Single ladies….
Neglecting our children Christmas regret
Disappointment and hopelessness Relationships
The torture Jesus suffered Wounds like no other
Snobbery in church? Terrified of church
The atrocities of war Rubble, sticky blood….
Children’s homes & fostering Sweets on a Sunday
Loneliness & suffering Nothing in my hand
Bad customer service Me nah know
Child trafficking Pervert or provider?
Hypocrisy among Christians Who’s Got Brokeback Mountain?
Accused of being vain Michael Jackson re-born?
My tampered photograph The ghost family
Rude behaviour from strangers Moody mother
My favourtie quote: Anyway