Yesterday was the sixth anniversary of this, the Second Wind Publishing Blog. In those six years, 1,871 posts have been published, 9,146 comments have been made, 192,520 people have stopped by to visit. Congratulations and many thanks to the Second Wind bloggers!
Here are some classic posts celebrating the seasons of our lives:
Changing seasons by Nichole R. Bennett There are places where the seasons don’t change much. The Black Hills of South Dakota is not one of those places.
A Time to be Thankful by John E. Stack As a foster parent, most of John Stack’s blessings come to him pint-size (new-born).
Christmas With My Sister For The Second Time by Coco Ihle Two sisters reunited after 50 years!
The Newness of a New Day by Pat Bertram New Years and the wonder of a new day
Spring by S.M. Senden Spring is an exciting time, for nothing seems to hold still.
A Donkey And A King by Paul J. Stamm “Hosanna” is the shout . . .
The Day of the Trickster by J J Dare The origin of April Fool’s Day
Mother’s Day: Coming to Terms with the Cruelty of Parkinson’s by J. Conrad Guest Mother’s Day is now every day,
In Honor of a Great Woman by Calvin Davis Commemorative for a very special woman
Fathers’ Day, by Sheila Deeth A memorial to a memorable father.
Class Reunions… a warm, fuzzy feeling of deja vu or the stuff nightmares are made of? (By Sherrie Hansen) Do you relish an occasional flash from the past?
My Problem With Vacations by Harry Margulies Planes, trains, automobiles and assassination luggage.
Our Independence Day by Ginger King A goose bump moment as we hear the beloved Star Spangled Banner and reflect
Summer vacation…Finally! by Donna Small Vacation is for mothers, too!
The Laundromat, Not the Louvre by Carole Howard Living in Paris . . .
Clever Twist or Unfair Trick? by Norm Brown In the spirit of Halloween . . .