Over the weekend, I was particularly touched by two very moving posts that I would urge you to read:
First of all, Rachel describes her feelings as she approaches her bone marrow transplant. I'm sure that every single reader of this blog wishes her well. If you want to translate those good wishes into action, you can donate to her Just Giving page here - she is raising money for the hospital where she is being treated.
Stephen talks about how homophobic bullying affected him - a powerful piece which shows why every school should take action to stop it.
In the political fray, Linda Jack responds with passion and eloquence to days of ignorant, personal, unpleasant bile from Nadine Dorries.
This article, from Duncan Stott, looking at the Liberal Democrat influence on the Coalition, inspired Helen Duffett to invent the word "infographic".
Over in the Liberal Democrat Voice Fortress of Freedom, Mark Pack reminds David Davis of the political realities of the Constitution of 200 years ago.
And Billi explains why there's nobody quite like Anton.