I loved the movie “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” which told the story of a young Greek American woman navigating modern day romance within the confines of her traditional Greek family. So funny. Maybe that’s why I’m excited to welcome, “My Big Fat Greek Blog” to Areavoices. No, this one doesn’t involve the movie, but I think it could be equally fun! It’s written by a woman in Fargo, North Dakota navigating what it means to run a Greek restaurant in the land of lefse and lutefisk. It’s just the latest blogs I’m recommending in this week’s digest.
My Big Fat Greek Blog – http://santalucia.areavoices.com Maria Wilson owns a Greek and Italian restaurant in Fargo. She’s a native of Winnipeg and is fairly new to blogging. But she hopes to talk about food, wine and what it’s like to run a Greek and Italian restaurant in Norwegian country.
Park Christian School – http://parkchristianschool.areavoices.com The school, located in Moorhead, Minnesota, started in 1981 and it’s mission is to equip students to think biblically, live wisely and serve faithfully.
The Extreme Weather Community Blog Team – http://extremeteam.areavoices.com Isn’t part of living here talking about the weather? This is an interesting and informative blog for any weather junkie written by individuals who love to write about the extreme weather in North Dakota and Minnesota.
Speaking of weather blogs that have really taken off… a reminder about the community blog regarding the Flood in West-Central North Dakota. You can find it at http://centralwestflood.areavoices.com. Since it’s start last week, it’s getting thousands of page views. Again, it’s everyday people writing about the flooding in Minot, ND and the surrounding area.
East Side Professor – http://dahlenje.areavoices.com This teacher from Fisher, Minnesota writes about life in a fun and entertaining way. She’s an active blogger who’s been writing since 2008.
Rural Cass County Community Theatre – http://rccct.areavoices.com This blog covers news and productions from this theatre group out of Casselton, North Dakota.