Posts with the Most – Top Blog Posts Mar 2012

by Larry Hehn on April 1, 2012

PWTM March 2012Well, now that we’ve reached the first of April – no fooling! – it’s time to celebrate our favorite top blog posts from March 2012 – the Posts with the Most!

Once again I’ve assembled my faves of all the top blog posts I read last month, and invite you to join in the fun by letting us know some of your own March picks in the comment section.

One of the things I like most about this monthly feature – besides the chance to promote some great blogs and bloggers I know – is to discover new ones!

So don’t be shy, dive right in. Enjoy these magnificent seven, and let us know who else you think should be on this list.

Here they are, in random order…

  1. The Stillness Dilemma – Just like me, Carlos Whittaker of Ragamuffin Soul can remember a slower time. A time before video games, cell phones and personal computers. Do you remember what it’s like…to be still?
  2. Even if just for a moment – At The Compelling Parade, Ryan Tate asks – did you ever get so busy, so preoccupied, that you forgot about God?
  3. The Man Who Kept the World at Bay – For all the Dads out there. An awesome post by Shawn Smucker.
  4. A wonderful long evening – Billy Coffey keeps findng his way back to PWTM. Here’s another post for the Dads.
  5. BonitaMandie Marie may still become the world’s first ever sit-down comedian, but she also has a serious side. Here she tells the touching tale of a young girl she met in Mexico.
  6. Facebook Friday: To Gripe or Not to Gripe – Josh Fults of Walk Good shares some sound perspective, and some made-up stats, about what we post on Facebook.
  7. You Don’t Need My Tolerance – A great post from Matt Appling at The Church of No People about what the word “tolerance” really means.

Now it’s your turn – what were your favorite top blog posts from March 2012?

{ 11 comments… read them below or add one }

Mandie April 1, 2012 at 4:15 pm

Thanks, Larry!


Larry Hehn April 1, 2012 at 5:05 pm

You’re very welcome, Amanda. Thanks for the great post!


Ryan Tate April 1, 2012 at 8:51 pm

Thanks for sharing, Larry… those are some great posts there.
Ryan Tate recently posted..The Space Between.My Profile


Larry Hehn April 1, 2012 at 10:05 pm

My pleasure, Ryan. Thank you for your contribution!


Josh Fults April 1, 2012 at 11:01 pm

Thanks a lot for sharing some of my stuff friend. I enjoyed checking out these other post as well. Good stuff!

Nice reference with the “Magnificent Seven”. Great movie!


Larry Hehn April 3, 2012 at 10:21 pm

I must admit that I’ve never seen the movie. I’ll have to do that this summer. Nice to have you join the fun, Josh!


Liz McLennan April 2, 2012 at 8:11 pm

Best day of the month, this! Woohoo!!

I haven’t had much time to read this month, but really enjoyed this one by Dave Hingsburger, a fellow Canuck, who blogs at “Rolling Around in My Head”:
Liz McLennan recently posted.."Righting" Wrongs….My Profile


Larry Hehn April 3, 2012 at 10:24 pm

Thanks for sharing that one from Dave, Liz. I like that stretch of highway too, for the same reason. Have you ever driven up that way?


Liz McLennan April 4, 2012 at 7:31 pm

Many, many years ago, yes. I spent a winter in Red Lake and Sioux Lookout (holy rugged, stunning, barren beauty) and have always been drawn to the cut rock paths in the north.

Muskoka is similar, as is the journey to Algonquin Park – or, used to be. When midway there, civilisation begins to fall away and the wilds begin to take over, it’s always somehow magical to spot an inukshuk ahead, guiding the way.
Liz McLennan recently posted.."Righting" Wrongs….My Profile


Stephen Haggerty April 6, 2012 at 8:58 am

Several of these are new to me, but I am already following Mandie, Ryan, Matt, and Shawn. Glad to see your good taste confirmed here 🙂
I have a good friend that’s working on getting back into the blogging game, and writes some really good, deep stuff. Check out Rob’s “journey” at
Stephen Haggerty recently posted..I Shouldn’t Be AliveMy Profile


Larry Hehn April 9, 2012 at 10:01 pm

Good call, Stephen. I’m now a subscriber. Thanks for sharing!


Cancel reply

Leave a Comment

CommentLuv badge

Previous post:

Next post: