However, these bloggers caught my eye because of their photos, their witty repartee, their creativity or their fantastic writing/stories/poems.
Ramblin' With AM http://ramblinwitham.blogspot.com
In her own words " Join me daily as I blog about life in upstate New York,photography, flowers, gardening, travel, caregiving, a brother in law with autism, the importance of chocolate in a well lived life and anything else in my mind."
This was a feast for the eyes and the soul and her true life tales resonated with me :)
Liz Brownlee http://lizbrownleepoet.com
A super poet who has written many books for children. Quick and easily accessible Challenge blog posts made her a delight to read and enjoy :)
Sharon Himsl - Shells, Sails and Tales http://shells-tales-sails.blogspot.com
Her Challenge posts were all about pioneering women in aviation and were an amazing read!! Why do our history books in school leave out so many of these brave and fearless women? The research and time Sharon must have put into these blog posts - I just don't know how she did it but it was incredible and well worth a read. Now that the Challenge is over I am revisiting to ensure I get them all!!
The Little Princess - http://www.titli15081977.blogspot.com
Her posts had a theme of (in her own words)
And when she says Incredible India she means it - get ready to be blown away and learn so much!
Of course even with a prescribed list I was always going to get a blog title I would have been drawn to anyway so here's to CRAFTING WITH CAT HAIR !!! http://www.craftingwithcathair.com
Her theme of the 1980s was also right up my alley so I had a great time reading and hopefully many of you too would like to reminisce about those days!!
That's all for today but there are other blogs to come that also made it on to my list of specials :) Feel free to share your favourites below from the Challenge and I'll be sure to go visit before we begin our upcoming 2016 Road Trip!