After one of the best months of my life (no joke) I took the day off yesterday to savor the month of LOVE! It was such a great series of guest bloggers, so I bathed in all the warmth and loving remnants left behind on Yankee Doodle Paddy. It was an honor to host this love fest with authors pouring out their hearts with inspiring stories!
But I decided it might be a good idea to post a debrief with all 33 guest blogger LOVE Story Links on one page. Below, I have started by putting the link for my Intro Post from February 1st, and then all the posts in order. I’ve included each author’s name and the theme of their love story. Lastly, I included links to the songs I used for each Snapchat intro.
Not everyone reading the blog would have seen the way I introduced each love story with a specific song for each blog post. So, you can have a read and listen to some great music as well! While I also promoted each guest blogger post on my Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts as well, it was cool to do an intro of this sort on Snapchat. It really set the tone for the stories and from what people told me they enjoyed it very much. As well, many asked for the names of the songs. So enjoy the list folks!
Post #28 Aunt Rosemary– Love of food, travel, hubby, God (Rolling Stones: You Can’t Always Get What You Want)
I wrote a short summary and thanks at the end of the last guest blogger post, so I won’t repeat myself. But I will say thank you once again to all the writers for their contributions. Your love stories blew me away and touched my heart! And also a big thanks to all of the readers. Without you we’d all be sharing in a vast cavern. But even if that was the case, we’d hear our echo, which wouldn’t be too bad considering the gravity of the material. Most of all I want to recognize the support that I have witnessed amongst the authors and readers. It is awesome how supportive people are, posting an encouraging comment here and there. It gives me joy and hope!
I pray you all got as much out of this as I did. People asked me how I managed to do it all. It was time consuming I have to admit, but it was a labor of LOVE! Until next time, keep spreading the LOVE!