The sun has set on our week-long Oregon Coast vacation, and it’s time to get back to work. Step one: catching up on everything I missed online. Here are some of the best …
Best Bucket List. “Gonna live like I’m dying–a list of what I’d do/not do if I my time was almost up” by Elizabeth Esther.
Best Response to a Media-Driven Controversy. “The Redskins Controversy; Let the Natives Speak” by Charles Martel at Turf Show Times.
Best Writing Advice. “Paper Can Handle the Truth” by Natalie Trust at The Gift of Writing.
Best Special Needs Post. “When the Waves are too Strong” by Shannon Dingle at Not Alone.
Best Satire. “How to Breastfeed Appropriately” by Bunmi Laditan at Huff Post Parents.
Best Protest. “Dallas Open Carry Guitar Protest Hits the Right Note” by the editors at The Dallas Morning News.
Best Question. “Will American Christians Fail the Good Samaritan Test?” by Ed Cyzewski.
Best Comic. “If Super Mario World Had Been Released on an App Store” by Commitstrip.
Best Dad Post. “My Son Wears Dresses and That’s OK With Me” by Seth Menachem at xojane.
Best Reality Check. “This is What Happened When I Drove My Mercedes to Pick Up Food Stamps” by Darlena Cunha at The Washington Post.
Best Commentary. “Christians Worship a Child Who Fled Violence in His Home Country” by Gay Clark Jennings at Religion News Service.
Best Book Trailer. “How to Start a Family … One Owl at a Time,” a trailer for Melissa Hart’s new memoir Wild Within (via You Tube).
“What if all those things I did were the things that got me here?”