Won’t You Please Show Them Some Like?
Blogging is an adventure. I have discovered multiple, umpteen uber-talented people who write so much better than I do. Some of them make me laugh until my face hurts. Others, on occasion, cause a tear or a torrent. People actually exist in the planet known as the blogosphere who have challenged me to cook, and I’ve done it, and the results didn’t suck.
Some of these bloggers have Facebook Like Pages. Today, I’m going to do my best to list them below. Please, help these stupendous people out but clicking on the link provided and clicking Like at the top of each page. I thank you, and they thank you. We’re all just a big, mushy knot of gratitude.
(Note: Even though I have the letters CPA behind my name, I am not detail-oriented. If I read you, and I somehow failed to list your Facebook Like Page below, please provide it in a comment. I’ve tried to grab everyone, but I am the most fallible person I know. I’ll be happy to do a follow-up post to feature the people I missed.)
The Good Luck Duck - The adventures of Roxanne and Annie in the RV are sometimes hysterical, sometimes a visual feast, and sometimes a lesson on composting potties. All of it is interesting. Here is a link to their Facebook page: I Like Me Some Duck.
The Jester Queen - Jessie is a real mom and a gifted writer. She doesn’t gloss over her life. She tells it like it is. The truth is refreshing. Here is a link to her Facebook page: I won’t jest The Jester Queen.
The Tale of my Heart – Zahir writes a lovely blog, both visually and by wielding words. Plus, she’s one of the most giving bloggers I’ve met online, never failing to show up and click Like on whatever I write. Here is a link to her Facebook page: I Like Just Simply in Love.
Cameron D. Garriepy - Why, why, WHY didn’t I discover Cameron months ago? She writes a mix of things, and she does them all in a voice that leaves me in gap-eyed wonder. Here is a link to her Facebook page: Liking Cameron means I have taste.
Tori Nelson - Laughed until my face hurt. Check. Soiled myself a couple of times. Check. Caused MTM to spit coffee from relaying story from Tori’s blog. Check. All I can say is FUNNY. Here is a link to Tori’s Facebook page: Liking Tori means I have a sense of humor.
Kate Shrewsday - Kate is the writer I wish I could be. She weaves stories that leave me breathless. In fact, my bladder wakes me up at 4am every morning to read her posts from England. Here is a link to Kate’s Facebook page: I like Kate because I have class.
Yaakov Bar Am – Reading Yaakov makes me feel closer to my Dad. No, my Dad isn’t Jewish. No, he doesn’t make exquisite wooden bowls. No, he doesn’t even have a beard. But, he does like to wield wood. Here is a link to Yaakov’s Facebook page: I like me some Yaakov wood.
Elizabeth Yon - Elizabeth is the person you’re going to like and say, “Wow, I liked her before she became a famous author.” Really. Her writing is luminous. Here is a link to Elizabeth’s Facebook page: I am a literary genius because I like Elizabeth.
Critters and Crayons - Tricia inspires me to make pre-school projects for MTM. I have a list. Creative. Hilarious. Loves her kids. Here is a link to Tricia’s Facebook page: I want Tricia to teach me the dino meal.
Liking these people costs you nothing. It won’t clutter up your newsfeed with things you don’t want to see. It will help people who are all struggling to find people to read their words. Think of it as your Friday Good Deed.