Monday, June 11, 2012

May Round-Up: What I Loved on OTHER People's Blogs

Under the Boardwalk by Neil Kramer

So, because I desperately need to take a break from me AND because it is now way overdue, today I am bringing you May edition of "What I Loved on OTHER People's Blogs," my regular monthly round-up of what has caught my eye (and brain, and heart) on the internet.

No lengthy introduction this time, just the good stuff: a handful or so of special posts from May, 2012, curated here for you. This time a mix of fun and serious. Kind of like life.

And, as always, a couple of my favorite photos by my friend and favorite intstagram photographer, (AND fellow BlogHer 12 Voice of The Year keynote speaker!) Neil Kramer, who also blogs at Citizen of the Month.

Okay, this month more than a couple of photos, maybe half photos and half posts. Because even *I* need a break from words sometimes.

Read... view... enjoy...

Alley, Los Angeles by Neil Kramer
Trouble with Words from (The Empress) Alexandra of Good Day Regular People  visiting at All Work and No Play Makes Mommy Go Something Something

Silent No More from Shosh of Zavtik Pregnancy

(This one really reminds me of my Father's photos:)
Boy at Door by Neil Kramer

So I have this idea by Kate from The Big Piece of Cake

The Hidden Autistics - Asperger's in Adults by Cary from ASPIE STRATEGY

Couple at Diner by Neil Kramer

Advice for my Fight Club children by Deborah of Peaches & Coconuts

Shadow by Neil Kramer

Spigot by Neil Kramer

And finally, a POST by my favorite instagram photographer:

Makes You Stronger by Neil of Citizen of the Month.

Overpass, Los Angeles by Neil Kramer


  1. Oh, what good reading you pointed me to, Varda.

    You know just exactly what I like.

    Thank you.

    (and thank you for the shout out, kind woman, glad I made you smile this week. )

  2. Honored to be listed amongst such a worthy selection. And, I've added a few others to my feed. Thank you, Varda!


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