As I told Alyssa after reading her post, you never know when and why you are put in the path of someone else's life who needs you. This post of hers was a great reminder of that: A Dime a Dozen. It is also a reminder that we can learn lessons from one another when we may not expect it.
It comes as no surprise (to me) that when Jana has something to say, I fully support it, like this: Something to Believe In , and this one that made me cry: Exposing Depression's Lies. Both of these posts are chockfull of lessons.
There is so much honesty (and several laughs) in Jenn's post about Stupid Reasons I've Unfollowed. What lesson did I learn? I learned things to avoid getting cut from Jenn's regular reads. haha!
Another Jenn, another great post, but for different reasons: if you don't stand for something. She shares the lesson that you don't have to agree with someone to respect someone's point of view.
I enjoyed Ericka's personal experiences and insight when sharing her Thoughts on Quitting. She also shares lessons learned from her childhood and parents, and I'm guessing many of us can relate in our own personal way.
Nadine is preggers with her first baby, and it's a girl! This post that she shares is so lovely: Things I Want for My Daughter. The lessons that she wants to share with her infant daughter are thought-provoking lessons for all of us.
Steph's lesson that she preaches in Any Book Worth Banning is a Book Worth Reading is a banner that I want to wave too.
Audrey shares some thoughts and lessons about giving a happy home to canine fur babies in her post The Origin of Dogs. As a mama to 2 mixed breed fur babies and 3 kitties from the Animal Welfare League, her post spoke to my heart: