Megan and I just recently became blog friends and I’m so glad. She is a Midwest girl like me and she’s been super supportive and friendly. By far my favorite part of blogging has been the community that it offers. Being able to connect with other ladies in other states and countries is just so cool!
Hi everyone! A big thanks to Julie for allowing me to guest post today. I actually found her blog through the link up that she co-hosts with Mattie each month & have enjoyed reading about her travel adventures!
I blog over at Megan Marie where I mostly jibber jabber about life, fitness, & the occasional wedding plans (eek!). I started my current blog a few years ago & consider it a hobby. Before that, I always had some type of online “journal” going way back to 7th grade— shout out to anyone that has ever heard of Kiwibox! I enjoy having a place where I can record & recap life events to look back on someday. And also meeting some really amazing people along the way!
Julie has talked about some books recently so I thought I’d share one of my favorites!
I have read this book at least ten times (maybe more). I’m usually a fan of fiction books but this one just never gets old. The author discusses society from the 1940s-1970s & how these girls were basically “sent away” by their families when they got pregnant. She talks a lot about the culture during that era & also includes stories of the women who went through it. I really enjoy reading the stories from the women, as they are telling it years & years after their experience. A lot of the women say that they didn’t have a choice & that they had to give the baby up for adoption. So, that’s what they did– signed the papers & returned back home to their normal routine. Some of the women never talked about the baby until they were interviewed for the book. Overall, I find it really interesting to read about how society looked at women who had gotten pregnant outside of marriage. I guess that’s kind of the psychology nerd in me too, haha.
Thanks again Julie for letting me take over today! Have a great day everyone!
One of my favorite thing about blog-land is hearing people’s book recommendations. I’ve never heard of this one but will have to add it to my list. Thanks again so much Megan!