I posted the first Make a Blogger’s Day a while back, and I had every intention to run it on a regular basis. Sadly, I dropped the ball. But, I’m picking it back up and resuming the fun.
Make a Blogger’s Day is a chance for you to give a shout-out to a blog post someone else wrote, which touched you in some way. It can be inspirational, educational, heartwarming, humorous, or just plain silly and fun.
Here’s a post that moved me greatly. Vanessa-Jane Chapman posted about a friend of hers who is raising awareness of religion-based homophobia through a charity, the Naz & Matt Foundation. Please stop by Vanessa’s blog and read about Matt’s efforts to peacefully educate those who might not understand the challenges experienced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or intersex (LGBTQI) individuals.
Go Ahead. Make a Blogger’s Day.
Comment below with a link to a post from someone else’s blog. Briefly explain why this particular post struck a chord with you, or even, made your day.
Then, take the opportunity to click on a link or two shared by fellow bloggers and read a post you might not have seen otherwise. I encourage you to comment on the post, let the blogger know someone thought his or her post was meaningful enough to share with friends.
Just a few rules:
Only link to someone else’s post, not your own.
Only link to G-rated or PG-rated posts, please.
Visit at least one post listed in the comment section and leave the blogger a comment. Remember, the idea is to make a blogger’s day – bloggers love comments!
Spammers? Go ahead, make my day.