Other Blogs I Read

http://www.catholicdrinkie.com/

http://www.thepracticingcatholic.com/

http://www.anne-greenawalt.blogspot.com/

http://www.Houstonbelief.com/emmausroad

3 Responses to Other Blogs I Read

  1. Joel Schmidt says:

    Hi John,

    I’m planning to write a blog post in the next few days called “7 Catholic Blogs You Should Read” and I would like to include your blog. Can you please give me a few sentences about who you are, what your mission is, and what kind of material you post? I want to hear straight from the people running the blogs to avoid any inaccuracy or misinterpretation. Hope to hear from you soon!

    God Bless!

  2. Dorothy says:

    Does your wife have a blog? Would love to hear her thoughts on all that has happened to your family.
    Blessings from Arizona,
    Dorothy

    • John Ulsh says:

      Dorthy- She does not have her own blog. She is just starting to feel comfortable sharing her story. A PA regional magazine is preparing a feature story for their Oct issue that focuses more on my wife Tonia and family. This was the first interview she agreed to give that wasn’t focused on discussing my recovery. We will make sure that there is a link to the story when it comes out. Also, she has agreed to give an interview to Angela as well. We have talked about her writing a few blog posts. I think she is getting closer to being ready to do so. Our daughter 12 year old daughter was the first guest blogger. I hope that Tonia will be my second. You can read my daughter’s post here.

      Thanks for showing a interest in our story of recovery.
      God Bless,
      -John

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