June 27, 2013

A Special Note to RSS Readers of Lindsay Docherty Photography + UPDATE

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Thank you for being a regular reader of Lindsay Docherty Photography [blog] via the RSS feed! As I’m sure you know by now, Google is shutting down Google Reader on July 1st.  I’ve come to love Google Reader and am really bummed about this.  You can choose a new RSS reader and continue to subscribe to the LDP feed there.

An even easier option is to subscribe via email. If you fill out the form below, I’ll make sure you get each shiny, new post in your inbox.

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Thanks,
Lindsay

PS I am sure you have enough wedding-related blogs to follow. Here are a few of my other favorite blogs:
Awkward Family Photos – my goal is to have a picture on AFP one day.  You’ve been warned.
The Oatmeal
Post Secret
Hyperbole and a Half
Daily Dishonesty – I’m a sucker for quirky graphic design.
Grilled Cheese Social – recipe after recipe of grilled cheese majesty
Post Punk Kitchen
Dream House – it’s in Swedish but the pictures are dreamy
Decor8
Bright Bazaar
Hipsters and Clogs – two people, one in San Francisco, the other trekking around the world, sharing a picture a day

What are your favorites?

“Getting information off the Internet is like taking a drink from a fire hydrant.”
~ Mitchell Kapor 

Update: I was just reading through one of the blogs I often visit, La Vie Petite.  It is written by a wee thing about my size who has four kids and a fabulous fashion sense.  Most days she has posts about clothes and her children (“littles” as she calls them). 
Her post today was different.  It was emotional and painful.
I am glad that she wrote it and shared with us, strangers from all parts of the world, her miscarriage.  I hope that writing it and receiving support at home and far away will give her some strength to get through it.  Personal blogging isn’t all about exhibitionism.  Some use it for purging all of the swirling, maddening thoughts and knowing that someone else out there sympathizes if not understands completely.  I am grateful for these outlets and communities.
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