It is primarily nature-based and originates from someplace in the Carolinas. The author goes by the name of Cedrorum, and his educational insights about natural events and entities are worth reading. I think you’ll enjoy Mutual Causality.
How many months has it been since I added some new blog links? I don’t know. But there are now two new ones you should check when navigating (temporarily!) away from Balance. Stephen Taylor is a fellow UM pastor who has been blogging meaningfully for nearly a year. I recently found his blog after he had linked to mine and recommended it to his readers — generously, I might add. Go get to know him at NitroRev. I’m excited to be blogally connected with you, Stephen!
Next, there is Lore Ferguson, who has been writing blogs for several years. Find her at The Blackbird Is Involved in What I Know. Go there quickly, but don’t rush away. No photos, but the best use of language I’ve found on the internet. Please take the time to get what she’s saying. But even if you don’t, the way she says it will charm your mind. That’s all I’ll say, lest I skew your opinion before forming it yourself.
Also regarding blog maintenance, I have considered removing from my blogroll those links which are no longer being used by their authors, but I’m hesitant. What they have written previously is still worthwhile, and hopefully, more good thoughts will grace the bandwidth from them before long.
Sophie, the author of Florida Cracker Crumbs, was recently chosen to receive an “Excellent” award for her blog. In accepting it, she chose Balance as one of ten blogs that she would like to recognize, as well. Thank you very much, Sophie! I feel honored that you think so.