to go or come after; move behind in the same direction: Drive ahead, and I'll follow you.
to accept as a guide or leader; accept the authority of or give allegiance to: Many Germans followed Hitler.
to conform to, comply with, or act in accordance with; obey: to follow orders; to follow advice.
to imitate or copy; use as an exemplar: They follow the latest fads.
From: Dictionary.com Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2012.
Writing is my ministry, not my job
June’s blog chain theme at ChristianWriter’s .com is, ‘Pursuit’. Click on the appropriate date and read what my friends have to say about pursuit.
6/2 Chris Henderson, TheWriteChris
6/3 Stephanie Boles, 80 Acres and a Book
6/4 Lynn Mosher, Heading Home
6/5 Brian Jones, Andeluvia
6/6 Steve Olar, Snickerdoodles
6/7 Cindee Re, Breathe Deeply
6/8 Brian Jones/Pippin, Andeluvia
6/9 Deborah K Anderson, target="_blank">Faith, Fiction, and Unvarnished Truth
6/10 Mike Johnson, The College Field Manual
6/11 Adam Collings, The Collings Zone
6/12 Chris Vonada, I'm Just Thinkin'
6/13 Victor Travison, Lightwalker's View
6/14 Terrie Thorpe, Light for the Journey
6/15 Pauline Creeden, Hosanna's Christian Reader
6/16 Kristena Tunstall, Mommy’s Angel In Heaven
6/18 Keith Wallis, wordsculptures
6/19 Tracy Krauss, Expression Express
6/20 Carol Peterson, From Carol's Quill
6/21 SandiGrace, Heart Gazer
6/22 Edward Lewis, Sowing the Seeds
6/23 Traci Bonney, Tracings
6/24 Noel Kline, A Clean Heart and Cozy Home
6/25 Pegg Thomas, The Sheepish Scribe
6/26 Marilyn McKay,
6/27 Joseph Lalonde, Joseph Lalonde
6/28 Israel Ikhinmwin, Israel's Blog
6/29 Jacky Brown, JayBees Blog
6/30 Suzette Emilia