Bliends – Partnering

I often hear/read comments about the wonderful Blogging Community. I want to take the conversation to the next level this week and recognize my  blogging friends, my “Bliends”.

Sure, I’ve mentioned my friend Michelle Malone before. But wait, there’s so much more!

michelle malone

I met and got to know her in a Blogging U, Blogging 101 course. Doing a collaboration interview with her was barely the start of getting to know her, when at that time a loved one passed away.

I marvel at how she manages to pour so much of herself so well into everything she does, but manage she does. Since BU class (barely a year ago – really?) Two are Better Than One; Partner Up has taken off in so many directions one can get winded keeping up with her. What’s more, I’ll never forget her for her support and encouragement through some sad and hard times I experienced.

A middle school assistant principal, she’s delighted us with her perspective on so many different topics, from being an airman (airperson?), current events to music and onward, so you never know what to expect from her next. Her remarkable Christian view roots into every aspect of this wife and mother with astounding grace and compassion. I don’t miss a single post. Check her out. You won’t regret it.

“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds…” Hebrews 10:24 (NLT)



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11 responses to “Bliends – Partnering

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  2. You’ve got to know that I simply love Michelle. Her sense of wisdom is totally inspiring 🙂


  3. Lovely post about a lovely woman.

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  4. Reblogged this on Two Are Better Than One and commented:
    I’m so grateful to be surrounded by so many encouragers in my personal life as well as in my blogging community. If I ever need to be filled up, they certainly know how to do it consistently. This sweet sister finds value in what I share each week, and for that, I am truly grateful. Rock on, Roo!

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  5. Wow! You never truly realize whether you’ve made a difference in the lives of others, but this poignant post tells me that my small contribution is valued. I’m equally grateful to have met you, sweet sister. May my prayers for God’s peace and favor surround you daily.

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  6. That scripture is amazing by the way. It is the very best reason to blog. Great feature!

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