Hot Blogs: Patch Changes, Everyone is Valuable and Skydiving With Extra Special People
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Don’t miss what “Local Voices” had to say this week on our local Patches. Below are some Northeast Georgia blogs that got people talking this week. Don’t miss the opportunity to get your two cents in!
North Georgia Weather hit close to home this week with a May 1 post about recent changes to the Patch website. This blog post detailed the changes to the home page including the recent space reduction in the “What People are Saying” section and the new ad placement choices.
Loganville-Grayson Patch blogger Kris Parker relays his story of speaking at his homosexual friend’s father’s funeral. Parker, a self-proclaimed pot stirrer and Bible thumper, uses this post to remind everyone that all people are valuable even when they are “different” than you are.
Oconee Patch blogger Leslie Hale, a public relations intern with Extra Special People, blogged about her experience at the second annual “Jump, Fly, Be Different” event at the Monroe-Walton County Airport. Hale relays how watching skydivers, some of whom have disabilities she will never comprehend, made her own fear of heights insignificant.
Patch blogger Camille Templeton shares tips and advice with her readers. This week she is telling us the secret to making our own homemade laundry detergent. Did you know you only need three ingredients to pull this off? Gotta go, time to wash some clothes!
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