I’ve been blogging for over 3 years. My blog is not exactly a third child but it is an integral part of my life. I feel responsible to it and I feel grateful to it. It has taken my life in directions I never could have imagined (The White House!) and introduced me to people who have become cornerstones of my professional and personal life (The Blogging Angels!). But, most of all, it has made me a social media evangelist. I am constantly thinking about the blogs everyone I know should be writing. I can’t help it. I am convinced that everyone has a great story, interesting insight or just something “expert” enough to share. So I was thrilled when one of my closest friends, Shari, sheepishly revealed to me that she wanted to start a blog. Well, I think first she wanted a big ol’ website but I convinced her that she had an amazing story behind her idea. A story that needed to unfold slowly, organically and with her voice at the center – a blog.
Her gorgeous blog, My Judy the Foodie, debuted last week. This is not your normal food blog and not your normal mom blog. This is a blog about a daughter (Shari) finding, honoring and remembering her mom (Judy) by cooking the recipes her mom collected all her life. This is a blog about a non-cook (and trust me when I tell you she REALLY never cooked) learning to love the craft and the process and slowly gaining confidence with every dish. And this is a blog by a woman who is still figuring out who she is by reinventing and revisiting the recipes and memories that brought her to this point.
Sounds good right? Click on over and check out My Judy the Foodie out for yourself!