Think, Mary, think!

I was very honored to discover that I was nominated for the Thinking Blogger Award by Linds and by Carol and by Heidi! Thanks so much, ladies! Now I have the job of listing five bloggers whose posts make me really think.

Here are some blogs that stand out to me:

Bub and Pie

Days to Come

Everyday Mommy



Your turn, peeps: tell me about the most thought-provoking blog you read!

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  1. well deserved!!!


  2. I agree with Linds, Carol, and Heidi!
    I agree with you about Days To Come!
    And the first blog that came to mind for me was


  3. Mary, congrats! And I totally agree with those women! Your posts often stand out in my mind for days afterward and change my perspective and also my mood. They remind me to overlook my blessings and the lessons in the everyday things. That is especially invaluable to a parent/wife. You definitely found your ministry with this blog!

    And thanks so much for the encouragement. 🙂


  4. Eeek! That’s “…remind me NOT to overlook my blessings…” How embarrassing. LOL

  5. Thanks, Mary.

    *You* definately fit the definition of a Thinking Blogger. Jenni at One Thing is great, too. I can think of many more, but she’s the first to pop in my head.

  6. Just found your blog. I’ll be back when I have more time to read, but I know I’ll love it. Thanks!

  7. Thanks!

  8. Good list there. I do like Katherine’s writing at as well.

  9. Great list. I like

  10. Oops, thought I already thanked you. Which proves just how thoughtful I really am.

    Thank you!

  11. Good question, Mary!! Isn’t that our whole purpose for reading blogs?! : )

    Dana at
    is probably one of the most humble bloggers I know raising children and living life unto the glory of God – I’m inevitably convicted after reading her!!

    Ed at his reconciliation blog at makes me think about racial harmony unto the glory of God…always a good one!!! makes me think about….well….prolife : ) and how to serve the voiceless unto the glory of God!

    and, of course : ), we can’t forget Justin at Between Two Worlds