Being Rudri

Today’s Featured Blogger is Being Rudri. I am completely in love with her awesome blog header. And, she happens to be a very talented writer. I got choked up a few times reading her posts.

picture of Redwood tree

I am a woman, wife, mother, former lawyer, writer, and runner. Some days I struggle with the how the pendulum of life swings between happiness and sadness.
My blog was born almost two years ago as I coped with life’s unexpected changes. I lost my father from a four year battle with cancer in 2009 , I moved to Arizona after living in Texas all my life, and my mother moved in with us. Life is full of changes, mostly unexpected, so my blog focuses on honoring the ordinary in my life.

And, for your reading pleasure {seriously, she’s a really good writer}:
Tell Me

Sidewalk Chalk & A Black Truck

Entries & Exits

Embracing the Spectrum
Try It, Mom!

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Comments

  1. Congratulations on your SITS day! I am sorry to hear about your father. We lost my father-in-law to cancer last April. It’s been pretty tough on my husband so my heart goes out to you.

  2. I’m so sorry for your loss. I did really like your blog and I loved the story of what your daughter said to you about her nana.

  3. Sidewalk Chalk & a black Truck. Beautifully written article and gorgeous photo of the truck and your daughter to help tell the story. It captures the mood of the post beautifully!

  4. Congratulations on your SITS day! I’m so sorry for your lost and for the pain you went through. I look forward to following your amazing blog. :)

  5. I love her header too!! I stayed on her blog for a WHILE and kept reading and reading! LOVE LOVE IT!

    Jenna

  6. Headed to your blog right now! I like the sound of it :)

  7. You are an awesome writer! Very intelligent and thoughtful posts.

  8. Happy SITS day!

  9. I’m late, but headed over to check out the blog!

  10. I am sorry for your loss. Yet, I celebrate the birth of the acknowledgment that you’ve received here on the SITSGirl website as a Featured Blogger.

    Life’s like that sometimes, isn’t it?

    We have to hurt a little bit sometimes, to get something. Because when we hurt a little bit, we know we’re gonna get something… and nine times out of ten, it’s good.

    Congratulations Rudri!

  11. Congrats on being featured! I checked it out briefly but wanted to come back before I forgot to comment. Headed back to follow/like/subscribe! :)

  12. Happy SITS Day!! :D

  13. Checking out your awesome blog now :)

  14. All I can say is TGIF Sits. Have a great weekend. Checking out the FB.

  15. Happy SITS Day! I’m genuinely looking forward to learning and reading more about you!

  16. Happy SITS day! Can’t wait to read your blog.

  17. The possibility of huge, unexpected life changes always makes me anxious. Glad to know there’s life afterward!

  18. I just read “Tell Me”. WOW. Powerful stuff. I’m definitely following this fellow Texas Girl.

  19. Happy sits day. Great blog honoring your father.

  20. Happy SITS Day! Looking forward to reading more about you….

  21. Happy SITS Day!

  22. Happy SITS Day!!!

  23. I love a blog about honoring the ordinary! Heading over…

  24. Heartbreaking piece on grief and loss, and so full of honesty. Thank you for sharing.

  25. Happy SITS day!

  26. Wow… What a wonderful writer. I feel like I have found a kindred spirit in Rudri.

    I could not leave her blog without subscribing. And I am so glad I did.

    Thank you for reccommending Rudri and her blog.

  27. wow, sounds like a great time to grab a cup of tea and sit down for a few! can’t wait to read it over!

  28. nice blog!

  29. You have a lovely blog. I agree that routine is often comforting, especially when your life has been turned upside down. Congrats on your SITS day!

  30. Ah, so beautiful is her writing! This is my first visit to The Sits Girls…I’ll be back!

  31. I just read the post, “Tell Me.” So well done. Rudri beautifully captured in words the feelings of those of us who grieve the loss of a loved one. I’m also a former lawyer and lost my father to cancer ten years ago. I look forward to following your blog!

  32. On my way!

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