|Car by Neil Kramer|
Hey I'm actually getting this June Round-Up out on June 30th, the last day of the month, for the first time in, well, forever. Yay me! (Being that I currently have the executive functioning capabilities of a fruit bat, trust me, this is an extraordinary achievement.)
What is this "What I Loved on OTHER People's Blogs" feature, you may ask? Simply my regular monthly round-up of what has caught my eye (and brain, and heart) on the internet.
Plus a bunch of fabulous photos from this month 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.
|Shiny by Neil Kramer|
As this round-up rolls 'round, please note a few new faces here, as well as some old familiar (and much beloved) ones:
|Tilted Tree by Neil Kramer|
An open letter to all parents from a non-parent. from Emelia of Trying to be good
Just Call Me Stalker by of mom faze
|Traffic, Los Angeles by Neil Kramer|
Lemons. Lemonade. from Kelly of Mocha Momma
Aspie Like Me: A Diagnosis Story from Jean (Stimey) of Stimeyland
|Doctor Waiting Room HELL by Neil Kramer|
sweetland from Heather of The Extraordinary Ordinary
The Success of Love from Adrienne of No Points For Style
Dear So and So: A special post for carers week by Blue Sky of Looking for Blue Sky
the other “S” word from Amy of When Did I Get Like This?
The Language of Special Needs by Mary (the Barnmaven) of Clean Shavings
My Mother, My Daughter by Samantha Irby at The Rumpus
|Abandoned Old Movie Theater, Hollywood by Neil Kramer|
In the never after by Mir of Woulda Coulda Shoulda
It Only Ends Once by Cate of An Ordinary Life
Catcher by Marinka of Motherhood in NYC at Babble
Transitory Joy by Anna of An Inch of Gray
Why I Still Blog AND The Goonspoon by Tanis of Attack of the Redneck Mommy
(because I want to end this list on an upbeat high note and loved both these posts)
And that's it for June folks. I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I did.
And also, if your month was like MY month?
|Wall, Los Angeles by Neil Kramer|