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Because I’m always looking for something good to read, I’m going ask: what are you reading this week? What have you read recently?

Right now, I’m working on (non-affiliate links–no time to set them up):

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Folks, this week’s Wednesday Haterade is running today, Friday. Why? You ask. Well, it’s because I was everywhere on the Internet on Wednesday. Seriously. I had Sharideth Smith guesting here, I guested on her blog, and a piece I wrote for Alise Wright’s “Guest Post-A Pallooza” ran then as well.

I. Was. Everywhere. On. The. Internet. 😉 Which was cool, and scary, and fun. Those ladies are good peoples! Read their blogs!

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Folks, I was up very late last night, started the day behind the eightball, and have been gunning since.

Rather than doing a post of my own, I thought I’d share some of the posts that have meant the most this past week:

1) Jennifer Luitwieler featured a great guest post from Pam Hogeweide on gender identity in the church.

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As a blogger, I don’t feel like my work is ever done, is ever quite good enough. I engage in (admittedly sinful) bouts of comparison altogether too often.

But that’s not what today is about; it’s about showcasing our best posts, the ones we felt came off closest to the way we wanted, or possibly even surprised us.

The ones I’m proudest of are some that have never appeared on this blog, but were hosted as guest posts on other blogs. Thus I bring you:

The Perfect Storm, which originally appeared on Alise Wright’s blog back in January. In it, I talk about how the confluence of rejection and health conditions lead me to serious bout of depression. Alise has been one of the warmest, most welcoming souls I’ve encountered on the Internet. Please check out her blog.

More recently, I had the opportunity to guest post for Bryan Allain. Bryan has been a mentor to me since I began regularly blogging last Fall. My guest post there was: Overheard In A Public Restroom, wherein I discuss some of the rather embarrassing things my daughter has said to me in, well, public restrooms. I also get to show off my funny side. Totally check Bryan out.

Lastly, from an errant comment left on his blog, Adam McHugh invited me to guest post as part of a series he did this week on introverted parenting. Here is Parenting As An Introvert: The Questions. If you are an introvert, know an introvert, or love an introvert, I highly recommend that you visit Adam’s blog.

Enough about me. Let’s hear about you. If you’re a blogger, please share a link to some of your favorite posts, with a note about why they’re special to you.