robin has been a guest blogger for my blog since September of 2017. She is a young woman who has been in my life for quite a while. She is an avid nature enthusiast, loves to garden, and is incredibly creative with the things that she puts her hands to. She is a dedicated reader, and one of the most informative and engaging writers I have ever come across.
robin has also been a guest blogger on my blog. In this guest post, she talks about her new book, and of her love for nature. It’s a fun read.
In this guest post, robin discusses her new book, and of her love for nature.
I just spent a little time with my new favorite blogger/nature enthusiast. If you have an interest in what she is doing, I highly recommend checking out her blog. She is a wonderful person and a lot of fun to read.
She writes about her favorite things, like her love for nature (when it’s not freezing cold or humid hot) and how she feels when she hears the sound of a baby crow in the woods.
I don’t know why I’m telling you all this. What could possibly be the point? But you know how that goes.
Well, I’ve known robin for a long time now. She is a very good writer and has a great personality. I have found the blog to be very entertaining and I’ve learned a lot from reading it.
You can check out the full page image down below.
My favorite thing about her blog is that its just so damn real. She will tell you about the day she took her first picture when she was 13 and her brother was in the room as the shutter closed. She tells you about her first real job as a teenager. She has a long list of things to do because she is a writer and I love that about her. You can check out her full page image below.
I love her blog because there she has so much to say about her life, and she is so real. I mean, how many blogs can you read from someone who has actually lived their life? You don’t just learn about the places you’ve been, you learn about what makes your life unique and special. And we all have that to some extent, so if you don’t want her blog to end in tears, don’t read it.