Is this your first time here? Welcome! If you enjoy this link-up, you might want to take a look at posted: a new link-up for a new year. All through 2014, we’ll be linking up posts from our blog archives that fit into fun, fresh categories. It will be a great way to find new blogs to read, as well as to reflect on and showcase your own posts. We’ll be beginning On January 7th with our post that had the most clicks of all time. (dig through all those blog archives!)
I don’t know about you, but I never get to read all the great blogs that I’d like to. I know that I’m missing some great posts out there.
If you have a blog, we’d love to see some of your best stuff from the year. Join in our “Most” Posts of 2013 link-up! Create a post of “mosts”- highlight five of your own posts from the year that fit into the following categories:
- Post with the most clicks
- Post with the most comments
- Post with the best picture
- Post that was hardest to write
- Post that was your personal favorite (not your readers’ favorite- your favorite)
The only rules are that the posts should be from your own blog, and they should be from 2013. Link-up at the bottom of this post!
Post with the most clicks:
Hands down, On Teaching from a State of Rest got the most clicks (and then it was featured at CiRCE, too!). This is a theme we’ll be continuing to explore here in 2014 as I am currently writing a series on teaching from a state of rest, to be posted later this winter.
Post with the most comments:
I love hanging out with all of you in my comment box! We had a great discussion Toward Understanding the Moral Imagination this year. I’m hoping we can dig back into this topic again soon.
Post with the best picture:
Do I need to explain this one?
Post that was hardest to write:
Actually, I think writing the Moral Imagination post was harder to write, but since I’ve already used that for a category, this one takes second place. It’s difficult to write a birth story, but I’m so very glad I documented the story of Welcoming our Twins.
Post that was my personal favorite:
When I describe my blog, I usually say that I’m trying to write about a life drenched in grace. This post captures that best, I think. And really, With God’s Help, How Can We Fail?