On the Brink of an Identity Crisis

I’ve blogged before about how, when I began blogging, I’d been advised about not pigeon-holing myself into a domain name/URL that would follow me forever that I might, someday, want to move past.

But so entrenched in my own situation I was at the time, that it didn’t really start to bother me for about a year. So I added (Recovering) to my blog’s title, and then I got pregnant and have been blogging about that … but now I’m about to become a mom and I feel recovered and don’t want to be pigeon-holed any longer.

So please bear with me as I do some soul-searching to see what direction my blog takes in the coming months. Continue reading “On the Brink of an Identity Crisis”

Help a Blogger Out: Clicks for Books

Do good, feel good!

Mara at What’s For Dinner is donating the proceeds of her blog this month (September) to the A to Z Literacy Project. A to Z is a charity spearheaded by her coworker that sends thousands of books annually to needy children in Zambia. (In case you don’t know Mara, she’s fabulous and she is a teacher in her other life! :))

All you need to do is visit her blog to help out! Thanks in advance!

And for today’s question: What is your ALL-TIME favorite book?

I’m torn between my childhood favorite, The Giving Tree (Shel Silverstein), and My Sister’s Keeper (Jodi Picoult) or The Lexus and the Olive Tree (Thomas Friedman).