This week, I chose to highlight my twelve favorite posts of 2011. Mama Kat’s prompt technically instructed us to pick the best post of each month of the year, but mine is a little more haphazard than that – some months were better than others!
The vast majority of my favorite posts were the ones which helped someone else’s cause, such as:
Transforming Lives One Car at a Time, a January post which introduced my readers to Tallahassee’s Teen Challenge program, which helps men with drug, alcohol and other life controlling problems.
Nothing, a May post about cyber-bullying and how neither bullied children or bullies are “nothing.”
My June post entitled Help Lauren Spierer Surface. Lauren is still missing. My heart breaks for her parents with every day that passes with no answers.
My August post Hope for a Family – Carla’s Family, which was the main social media vehicle I used to try to secure a sponsor for Carla from Guatemala. She hasn’t been sponsored yet but I still have hope!
Lastly, the December guest post by my niece, Kris, about her father’s suicide. If Chuck Kiger – One of the 30,000 Per Year helps even one family avoid this type of tragedy, it will be a good thing.