She Just Got Married Blog
Who doesn't love a good, FUN challenge? Bring it on!! So..we've been challenged by Darren Rowse with Problogger to participate in the 7 Link Challenge. What is it? This is basically posting 7 separate links to previous posts on our blog that fit the challenge.
Since our blog is a Community Blog the posts are written by several different women so we had to bend some of the rules and quite frankly, that made it even that much more fun. So here we go!!!
♥Your first post: Jan 6, 2009 - we were just learning what blogging was all about and....how much fun a FLIP CAM could be! This was from one of the first Wedding Shows we ever participated in. It was titled "Pick Out A White Dress....Baby Just Say YES" .
♥A post you enjoyed writing the most - Why Sex is Like Cooking. This one was written by Sandy Philpott whose Blog Title is"An Older Bride". The comparisons are brilliant but the coolest thing about this post is that while it was floating around in cyber-space it ended up in the hands of someone who translated it in Iranian and posted it on a website called Balatarin, which describes itself as "the most popular web 2.0 website written in Persian. Balatarin helps its users to find the best links on the Internet that interest Iranians around the world. "
♥A post which had a great discussion - The Real Breakfast of Champions. I don't want to spoil the story but Charissa Steyn, whose Blog Title is "The Messy Business of Romance", is not talking about cereal!
♥A post on someone else's blog that you wish you'd written - Why I Don't Initiate Sex with My Wife More Often . Ok, so I don't really wish I'd written this one myself but I wish newlywed women knew this information from the beginning of their marriages. We always want to know what our husbands are thinking and guess what? Stu Gray of The Marry Blogger lets us all know and...you might be surprised to find out it's not so easy.
♥Your most helpful post -Ten Ways To Beat The Post Wedding Blues was written by Kirsten from Southern California who goes by the name "Newlywed on the Beach". After all the hours, money, and passion you'd put into planning your wedding what do you do if you feel a little....well, let down? Her answers are fabulous!
♥A post with a title that you are proud of "The Secret to a Great marriage? Great Socks!" Come on...you gotta admit it's a nice use of double entendre!
♥A post that you wish more people had read - Complaints Into Compliments. Inspired (maybe more like disgusted) by watching a short lived show called "The Marriage Ref" "Mimi", who writes under the title "Love Lessons Learned.....More or Less", points out, what should be, the obvious but obviously....is not!
So what do you think? I, personally, had FUN looking back and taking a stroll down memory lane and I hope you did too!