#FF Friday Faves @zahndrew @torcon @jbuttwhatwhat @arthur2sheds @kevinrhaggerty @shawnsmucker @jscottmoore

randomlychad  —  January 20, 2012 — 14 Comments

Foresight has failed. I’m a bit pressed for time today. Thus instead of delivering a heaping helping of my random brain droppings, I thought I’d share some of the best and the brightest from the week that was.

Presented in no particular order, these are posts that resonated with me:

Andrew Zahn with Living a Better Creative Story This piece is both a quasi-review, and homage, to Donald Miller’s A Million Miles in a Thousand Years. Like the book, this post works on many different levels.

Jessie Buttram celebrates her metamorphosis from almost being ashamed of, to embracing, her Phillipino heritage. A very beautifully done piece.

The consistently brilliant Shawn Smucker discusses the merits of having a relationship with an invisible God in Cade and I Discuss the Merits of an Invisible God Who Often Doesn’t Seem to be Listening

The very funny Ricky Anderson makes a triumphant return to blogging with Swiss Army Knives for Babies. Yes, it’s about that most dangerous of all dadly doodies: assemblage.

Tor Constantino knocks it outta the park with some important communication lessons in 5 Communication Lessons for Couples. Yes, this is a tale told in melted plastics. Click the link, you’ll understand.

Along with these outstanding posts, there a couple of “new to me” blogs I’d like to highlight:

Kevin Haggerty’s The Isle of Man. He did a great interview with my blogging mentor, Bryan Allain, this week: Isle of Man Dot Net Interview with Bryan Allain &

Scott Moore’s The Moore You Know, where you can find a hilarious interview with David Robbins: Echoes In The Pines

That’s a the time I have for today. Peace out, peeps!

What were your favorites from the week?

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  • Thanks for the mention Chad. I’m going to have to check out some of these other links. Already caught Haggerty’s interview. Very fun.

    Have a great weekend.

    • Absolutely, Andrew! Yours is a great post!

  • Hey Chad. Just saw this. Thanks for the love brother. I appreciate it. Looking forward to our interview. I’m taking my time on these q’s. Prepare to have your mind bottled.

    • You’re very welcome!

      I anxiously await the “bottling.” 😉

  • You need to bring back Wednesday Haterade

    • Only if you keep Twitterific Thursday, deal?

      😉

      Btw, how’s Jan?

  • Ricky Anderson

    Thanks, Chad!

    Have you checked out any of Scott’s other stuff?

    He’s a genius at what he does.

    • You bet, bro! Happy to.

      Not yet, but I plan to.

  • TorConstantino

    Bro, that was VERY kind of you!!! Have a blessed my brother!!!

    • Don’t sweat it--you da man, Tor!

  • Although I’m sure your random brain droppings would have been altogether wise and illuminating, I truly enjoyed the line up of things you had to share. Those kinds of posts are so fun!

    • Why thank-you do much! It is fun to share.