Stuff I Think You'll Find Interesting

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Have you ever felt worn out defending your decision to homeschool? Have you been thinking about the latest Supreme Court ruling on marriage and how Christians should respond? Has someone asked you about socialization yet again? Have you been scouring the internet looking for a summer recipe for slime?

Of course you have!

As Sonlighters, we're interested in all kinds of things. Ever since I started blogging for Sonlight all those years ago, I've been reading fascinating blog posts. I share some of them as Other Posts of Note. There are hundreds (thousands?) of such posts in my Google Reader feed, but since Reader is closing down today, I'm guessing those will all vanish into cyberspace. That's why, a few months ago, I started the transition to a different RSS reader. The new Other Posts of Note can be found here (or on the sidebar of the blog).

If you have a blog I don't know about, please share the link so I can add you to my list.

Have you selected a new RSS reader (assuming you follow a bunch of blogs too)?

I love that Sonlighters are such kindred spirits. I'm sure we don't agree on everything, but we've all discovered the joy of life-long learning. I love reading what you share--including the ever-encouraging Sonlight Moments--and I think you'll find these Other Posts of Note interesting.

Any favorite posts you've read recently?

 ~Luke Holzmann
Filmmaker, Writer, Empty Nester

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3 Responses to Stuff I Think You'll Find Interesting

  1. I just switched over to Feedly.

  2. Rebecca Moehring says:

    I switched to Omea Reader, it requires a download, but I'm impressed with its features already. :)

  3. Luke says:

    I tried Feedly and it didn't grab me, but I have my account there and I'll check on it now and again to see how they've improved things. I hadn't heard of Omea. Thanks for sharing!

    ~Luke

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