As we approach the end of 2014—wha?—I’m looking back and recapping my top ten blog posts from the past twelve months. I did this last year too. You can see top posts from 2013 HERE.
While these posts are considered top ten based on page views, they may not necessarily be your favorites. Or mine. But I will say, these top ten blog posts make me believe people love to eat while cheering for the underdog. And apparently someone out there must enjoy decorating for fall. Or porches. Or both.
And by the way, if you make it to the end of this post, I have included a few of my favorites that apparently flew beneath the blog statistic radar. It happens.
“a more slender version of fried”
Ashlie Wilson – Meth Recovery Update
“proof that change is possible”
“for a moment I forgot I was home in the Delta”
“the importance of handing down recipes”
“Italian inspired with sun-dried tomatoes, red wine and Fontina cheese”
“most anything rustic, scary or harvest related will work”
7 Life Lessons from Charlie Brown
“some girls do indeed talk too much”
“sure to be a crowd pleaser at your Super Bowl party”
“the problem is real and impossible to ignore”
Glazed Salmon with Spinach Salad
“your guests will think you slaved over this meal”
And now a sampling of my personal favorites that you may have missed. In no particular order…
I May Never Get My Book Published, But I Can Grown the Perfect Onion
“THAT onion came from our garden?”
“it was the only voice that could save me”
What Every College Freshman Needs to Know
“you are not a rock star”
“do it again, Uncle Woody!”
Things We Find, Things We Keep
“a landslide of memories”
To those who read and comment and share and pin and tweet and encourage me to keep blogging, THANK YOU.
Do you have a personal favorite?
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Happy New Year!
Grace Grits and Gardening
Farm. Food. Garden. Life.
“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language
And next year’s words await another voice.”
― T.S. Eliot
They are all good!
Dorothy Johnson says
As I said on Facebook, it would be hard for me to choose. I have to put your posts about Alison near the top though because that kind of championing can be the difference between someone feeling support and not wanting to disappoint and feeling alone and hopeless. I pray she’ll continue to be strong in recovery in the coming year.