#SpreadTheLove Linky is Live – The Mid-April Edition


It’s been a tiring and a very emotional up and down week. An old, dear friend of mine passed away two weeks ago of Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and I think it sunk in just last week that I”ll never be seeing her again, and try to come to terms with the loss. It’s strange I never really thought I was at that age when my contemporaries would start dropping off, but this is the third friend of mine to die within the past couple of years, and I can’t help feeling gloomy and dull. I tried distracting myself with books and work but that hasn’t worked all that well either.

So blogging it is, and there seems some mild relief in sticking to a routine in this at least. Hence the very prompt link-up.

Anyway, last week’s most clicked on link was this giveaway post from Teddy Rose: Pleasant Day by Vera Cook.

This week’s link-up is now active. You can sign up below this post.

Also do make sure you follow my blog to get link-up notifications. Follow buttons are on the sidebar.


How it works: Basically, you pick one of your favorite posts, from the past week or even earlier, and link up. Go check out some of the other interesting posts featured in the link-up.

I”ll promote my favorite posts through Twitter and Pinterest. I’ll also feature the most clicked-on link the following week. And you can grab a button to help Spread the Love and brag if you’ve been featured, too!

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  • i’m very sorry for your loss and I hope you will feel better soon.

  • I am so very sorry for your loss…They say time heals all wounds, but I say time makes things a little easier to live with…I agree with Joy – take care of yourself!

  • Take care of yourself at this time.

  • Blogging and commenting can be great for distracting yourself from things! I do the same. Thanks for posting the link-up so faithfully. Even though I can’t get to it every week, I do appreciate it!

  • Lipsy Pennell

    I’m sorry to hear about your friend.

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