As I sat down to write this post, I realized that I hadn't saved the page where I had all of my links for my favorite posts last week. Oops! But my memory is still good enough to remember the ones I liked and even loved. So here goes:
Nick Vandekar: A tribute to the dogs and rescue searchers of 9/11 Every year, I sit down to read to 9/11 posts with a hanky nearby. When I got to Vik's I needed it. If you love dogs like I do, you'll need a hanky, too.
Patricia Feager: It May Surprise You But... Here is a trip down memory lane with a lot of heart and humor. It reminded me of our neighborhood family doctor suggesting to a harried new mom that she put a little beer in her baby's bottle. My mom was scandalized.
Barbara Todero: Real Estate Is A Sink Or Swim Business - No Treading Water to Thrive: This is must reading for any Active Rain blogger who has decided that thriving is a really good life - and career - strategy. And isn't her new photo just wonderful?
Joan Cox: Buying a Brand New Home - Do You Use their Preferred Lender Sometimes what looks like a savings can be costing you more money at the end of the day. I agree with Joan that it's important to do the math when you are doing new construction.
Jeff Dowler: Virtual Art in the Village is Now Live in Carlsbad Gee. Everything is virtual these days! But I really loved the picture of Jeff sitting in one of the pieces of art. I think he should consider using it as his new profile picture.
Robert Swetz a.k.a. Vegas Bob: What would your phrase be for this great Alaska photo? This comes from one of ActiveRain's great characters, and it's one that I certainly hope involved a bit of Photoshop!
Nina Hollander: Labor Day In The Midst Of A Pandemic: What Americans Think This is an interesting post at a time when I think that probably 100 percent of us just want to make it stop! And Nina's right. This was no ordinary Labor Day.
Wanda Kubat-Nerdin: That's what she shed! This is one of those "this is too good to make up" posts. And it's also one of those examples of mature professionals handling a problem in a way that it wasn't a problem. Good work, Wanda!
So that's all for this gorgeous sunny morning! Hope you all have a good next week, and blog on!