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The Top 9 Posts of May

June is happily marching along. We even had sun here this week in Oregon! I'm actually one of those odd people who love the rain, but even I appreciate a warm, sunny day every now and then. ;)

Today I bring you the top 9 posts of May, selected based on which posts you have viewed the most. So look back, remember the month, or just catch up with what you've missed.

Also, I want to take this time to encourage you to subscribe, if you haven't already. Subscribing is a great way to help you stay up-to-date with what's going on in the blog, and is also a great way to let the blogger (me!) know that you appreciate what I write.

Feel free, also, to follow me on Twitter or Facebook. I love interacting with my readers, and I especially love the people I've genuinely connected with through my blog. It's so great to find like-minded people online, people with whom I'd probably be friends with if we lived closer together.

So yeah... I'll stop talking now and just let you take a look back at May's top posts!

1. The Details

2. Great Colors!

3. Stepping Forward Into Tomorrow

4. Brimming with Nervous Energy

5. Things that Bring Comfort

6. Ring in the New Season

7. Left Brain / Right Brain

8. Hour Three

9. I Promise You Can't Taste the Spinach

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