Caddy got the box and set it on the floor and opened it. It was full of stars. When I was still, they were still. When I moved, they glinted and sparkled. I hushed. ~ William Faulkner
It only took one star to find the perfect manger, but it takes five to find the best motel. Funny, isn’t it?
I’ve removed my Blogroll and added a new category on the side bar. Often, as I read something someone else has written, it glints and sparkles and causes me to hush. Between the Versatile Blogger and the 7×7 Link Award, I’m asked to share 22 blogs with you. I’m taking some liberties here. I’ve decided to share 22 posts instead. There will eventually be many more, I’m certain!
The 7×7 also lists the following categories: The Most Beautiful; The Most Helpful; The Most Popular; The Most Controversial; The Most Surprisingly Successful; The Most Underrated; The Most Pride Worthy. I would have no idea how to choose those from my own posts, so I’ll add these descriptions to the posts of others, when it seems appropriate to me.
I’ll pass on the nominations as I list posts. Some of my blogging friends don’t do awards. They’re certainly under no obligation to accept them from me. I simply would like this to be a rich resource of stars to bring light to our paths.
I’ve chosen the first three. I hope that you’ll make the time to read them. They’re as interesting as they are diverse. They’ve each added moments of grace to my life.
One last note, apparently the layout of this blog has caused some confusion. Since I categorize my posts by author, rather than topic, you can see all posts related to a specific author’s thoughts by clicking on that author under Quoted Authors on the right side bar.
If you’re interested in a topical search, there is a Search spot in the upper right and a category called Can’t Find What You’re Looking For? all the way at the bottom. You can type in a word, for example, grief, and see posts related to that topic.
I’m all done with awards and explanations. I’ll be back to my regular TMG posts next time. And remember to keep your eye on the stars as they multiply!