There are so many great blogs out there that I’d like to highlight some and I’ll be adding them to my blogroll at the very bottom in the days ahead.
One blog I’ve really come to enjoy and I think you will too is “Little House Living“. I go back there again and again because Merissa – the site’s proprietor – is so full of interesting tips and ways to live simply yet enjoyably. She’s not Amish, but she is in spirit (out in the rural Dakotas). Check her blog out here. You’ll find uses for potato water, how to make homemade olive oil candles, and some neat photography among other things. If you’re like me you’ll find yourself going back there again and again, but, hey, keep coming back here too!:)
For good, solid information about Old Order Mennonite life, visit “Inside the Buggy”…the site is sometimes a bit tricky to navigate, but I think the information there is worth a visit. So much is out there about the Amish, but less about the Old Order Mennonites. The Inside the Buggy blog is a good resource. Click here to enjoy.
I also want to occasionally highlight some of the talented writers from within our own ranks. Amishcookonline site regular Beth Derrington Russo has a nice blog. If you enjoy a laugh and reading about the travails of a suburban housewife, Beth Derrington Russo’s blog is a good one. She writes about a hodgepodge of topics, has neat photography and even something occasionally Amish. Click here to visit her blog.
And last, but absolutely not least, I love Magdalena Perk’s blog about living a plain Anglican existence in rural New Brunswick. Didn’t know there was such a thing as a “plain Anglican?” Neither did I, but she’s a great writer with always some thought-provoking insights. So check her out here.
Okay, so visit all of those:), but keep coming here!