Blogs I visit a lot. An awful lot.Abby the Librarian: She is a great resource for books, library activities and quite the library activist.
all.things.fadra: Fadra is a phenomenal writer, seems like a cool person and is Buffy and my missing sister.
And Starring as Herself...Mrs RKFJ: My real sis. We're twins ya know.
Awesomely Luvvie: She's smart, funny and HI-larious.
Black Girl in Maine. Shay is, well a Black Girl in Maine, and has a no holds approach to sharing life, her opinions.
Crafty is Cool. A great crochet blog with cool amigurami.
Creating Motherhood. I love Dresden and she is good friend both blogging and in real life. Her blog is funny, heartwarming and chock full of inspiring posts.
Crochet Concupiscence: Kathryn is all about crochet. Anything about hooks, yarn and all.
Field-Negro: Want to know what's going on in and around the city of Philadelphia? Check out this blog!
Filth Wizardry: Looking for something to do with the kids? This blog is the place to check! My library has been inspired on plenty of occasion from this site.
For Harriet| Celebrating the Fullness of Black Womanhood. What that said.
Fresh Stitches: Such cute amigurumi PLUS explanation of how to work stitches, information about the crafting of crochet and I love the look of her site!
Knot by Grandma. Jess makes the cutest crochet things.
Life with Kaishon: Becky is such an amazing photographer, a supportive perosn and takes beautiful pictures. Add that she is kind and such a lovely woman and here is a great blog!
Mama Knows it All. Another friend who is always positive, doing great things and is a good person.
Motherhood in NYC: I follow Marinka on the Twitter and she cracks me up with her Today Show comments (I still have no forgiven NBC for their Olympic coverage or firing Ann Curry but that's another post). Then I started reading Marinka's blog and I kept thinking of ways I could be as funny as she is.
I am unable.
My Scraps: Another real life friend who is also a terrific person.
No Time for Flashcards. Another excellent resource for those looking for activities for children
Post Secret. My Sunday morning guilty pleasure.
Rachel Moani: Another awesome resource for library inspiration.
Six Year Itch. Oh Liz! How I wish I could channel some of that unfiltered...everything! She does snark and comedy well.
Street Literature. I met Vanessa at a conference and we have been cool ever since. I love her. She is such a warm hearted person, inspiring and makes me feel like I can do it all.
The Aums. Christine is a Sometimes at Home Mom to four and she is funny, and fun and yes, just read her blog.
Unconventional Librarian: Pam rocks! She knows her books, knows her stuff. She will learn you a thing or three!
Uppercase Woman. Y'all should thank Cecily for inspiring me to blog. She was all, "you write well, you should blog!" I was all "You think?" and she was like, "Totally" and I was like "For Real?" and...none of this happened. She did encourage me to write, go for broke and well...here I am.