Minion Monday – A guest post featuring the Mom from Monkey Business
This week has been interesting. 1st oldest teen got a cough, the cough developed into a virus, and all the wonderful tummy symptoms that go with it (I will leave those out). Then Zach, decided to get all helpful insuring he would get it too. Zach is good about covering his mouth when he coughs, however when the cough got bad he started to forget, therefore sharing the virus with each of us. Younger teen and I got it yesterday. I reached out to my blogger friends knowing I would never get a Minion Monday out the way I am feeling and still dealing with everyone else being sick too! The mom over at Monkey Business was kind enough to help me! Here is her adorable post! It made me giggle, between coughs.
My friend at Hardlybored is under the weather and asked for some help with her Minion Monday. I offered my services and started wracking my brain about what topic I would tackle. I decided to keep it light and fun….The post contains several “food” based references….let’s see how many you can find. PS I took some liberties with spelling where needed 🙂
The Hardlybored family is feeling crumby. I have a sneaking suspicion they are starting to go bananas and get cabin fever! Trying to keep up with your daily blog posts is no piece of cake when you are not feeling well so they asked for some help. I offered and had this pie in the sky idea that I would write a post with a smorgasbord of hidden food references.
When I first “met” Hardlybored thorough an online group I knew she was the crem dela crem of writers. Her page not only has tons of yummy gluten free recipes but also has funny and heartfelt posts about autism and other interesting topics. The page is a virtual buffet of information, fun and great ideas, I have always enjoyed her Minion Monday posts as they are the cherry on top of an already wonderful page. The Minion posts are the bread and butter of the page so to speak, they bring olive the page to a great start each week.
I think many of us started writing for the same reason…we all had a common goal. I know I sunk my teeth into the blogging world initially as a way to spread autism awareness and acceptance on my personal page two April’s ago for autism awareness month. I soon discovered that those posts were simply the appetizer, that the meat of my writing would start once I started my blog and Facebook page.
I have been fortunate to meet so many wonderful writers that motivate me daily. The chef’s that cook up many of my favorite blogs are now some of my greatest mintors and online friends. I look forward to cooking up new and creative things to dish about because of their inspiration.
As we toast the week ahead I hope you don’t find this post too cheesy. I am sure that the folks at Hardlybored will give that ole creeping crud its Just Desserts and will be back serving up s’more wonderful posts very soon.
She also posted it on her page here.
Oh and you can find her on Facebook too!
Thanks again Monkey Business!