I'm shining the light on three blogs once again and I hope you can find the time to visit them all and show them some love. I really think these three are special and offer some interesting flavors that make you keep looking forward to reading some more. Before I introduce them to you though, here are the mechanics for S.A.L.S. for those who are new to this:1. Follow CATHARSIS and the one who's shining the light on you (if it's another blog), butonly if you truly appreciate their blogs and plan on coming back to read and comment ontheir posts. 2. Feel free to copy the SHINE A LIGHT SUNDAY button above to post on your own blogentry and kindly link back to this post. 3. Make a list of 3 to 5 blogs, (with proper links of course), that have become yourfavorites and that you would like to promote and place a spotlight on, so to speak. Itwould be great if you can always include a few new blogs that you've discovered and have grown to love and feel might need more support in terms of readership/followers. If you want, you can do a short write-up for each to give a brief background of the sites, or toexplain why you love them. I'm limiting this to 3 to 5 blogs because bear in mind that you can do this every Sunday or any Sunday you feel like it. 4. Make sure you inform the blog authors of those 3-5 blogs you listed for the week thatyou've shone the light on them. This way they can participate and pay it forward. That'sthe most important part!Now here are my 3 picks for this week ------Wrapped With Hope : This blog site is so different from the rest that you can't help but take notice. Its focus is on helping others in need. Jenn and Angela (owners and contributors) thought of starting this blog as a response to the April 2011 victims of tornadoes. They had this creative idea to make and send blankets to the needy and the hopeless. I'm sure they need all the support they can get so please head on over there and see what you can do to help out. Writings of An Infertile Bellerina : Jennifer is a mother going through infertility and in order to take her mind off of this challenge, she has decided to pursue adult ballet lessons and has been totally enjoying it. She posted daily until she reached the day of her dance performance and now is thinking of making some changes to the focus of the blog. I think this only translates to more exciting times for her and us, her audience, so I can't wait to see how this transformation takes place! I continue to wish her all the best! 40blogSpot : A French Mom now living in London, Muriel offers a lot of interesting stories and insights about parenting (especially multi-culturally), starting a new life in a different country as an adult, and everything else that colors her life. I find her site engaging, intelligent and fresh as she presents her world through the eyes of someone who has a distinct cultural background. Go see for yourself!