Read Worthy 07.19.14

Posted:
Jul
19
2014

Read Worthy

I’ve really been enjoying sharing my picks for read worthy posts.  I hope you have too!  This week I have some new (to me) gems to share.  And again, they run the gamut from Bono to essential oils.

Bono’s Response To “Who Is Jesus?” – Charisma News ~ I guess I’m jaded, but when it comes to celebrity interviews I don’t expect much about faith.  That’s why I was impressed with this interview in which Bono simply, directly, without double talk or defense, shared his belief in Jesus – and who He truly is.

16 Actors With No TeethBuzz Feed Celeb ~ This is high school humor at its best, really.  However I couldn’t help but giggle my way down the page.  Do you need a lighthearted giggle that could easily turn into a belly laugh?  Here ya go.  My personal favorites are Zac Efron and Hugh Jackman.

The Day My Baby Was Burned By Ramen NoodlesSmockity Frocks ~ Connie’s daughter was terribly burnt. Just seeing the pictures made my heart hurt for them both. The rainbow on this dark cloud however, was Connie’s use of essential oils and how they helped immensely.  You all know my love of essential oils.  If you’re not yet an essential oil believer, this post may sway you.

Undercutting The Anti-Gun Argument ~ The Blaze ~ I try not to get too political on this blog, mainly because I don’t feel I know enough about politics to enter the debate arena. How ever there are few issues I am very passionate about, one of them being gun control. This article highlights the connection between armed citizens and lower crime.

Cheryl

"Cheryl is a blissfully married, homeschooling mom, with a passion for social media. She has a heart for family values and the brands that promote them. These combined interests led Cheryl to create a conference specifically for Christian bloggers who homeschool - the 2:1 Conference (2to1conference.com). But here, she's simply a mom hoping to connect and encourage others."

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