Teen Blog Roundup

March 18, 2006 — 8 Comments

So, which teens are blogging on Terri Schiavo? Check it out:

Kaitlin from Mission Amare starts us off.

Chloe at Catch Word has her post up.

Kiersten P. from the Politically INcorrect Zone shares her post with us.

Jennifer from Jennifer’s Musings posts on Terri.

Karen Kovaka from the Rhetorical Response has her post up. Quite and interesting title: Men Without Chests.

Spunky Jr. posts on Terri Schiavo as well.

Some guy named Tim Sweetman has blogged on the subject as well.

The Rebelution has a post up. They are also the designers of the above header.

Travis the Bloggin’ Boy Scout sends us on a trip back into his archives. Interesting stuff.

David Ketter gives us his repost. It’s amazing to look back in your archives one year.

Niroveka sends in her post on remembering Terri.

Jaqui at Unconformed also alerts us to her post on Terri.

The posts are still coming in, so don’t worry about being “late.” I’ll continue updating this post over the weekend.

Tim Sweetman


Tim Sweetman is a young writer, blogger, and student who lives near our nation’s capital, Washington D.C. He has been much more widely known by his “code-name,” Agent Tim. This name also served as the name of his popular blog, which received over 750,000 visits between 2005 to 2007. In 2005, he quickly rose to become a leading teenage spokesperson and cultural critic within the booming blogosphere, taking on issues such as MySpace, alcohol, homeschooling, pride, racism, tolerance, and other topics relating to our culture today. His blog has come to the attention of people such as Albert Mohler, C.J. Mahaney, Alex and Brett Harris, and La Shawn Barber. Tim’s written work has appeared in Lifeway’s Living With Teenagers (February 2012), Lookout Magazine, FUSION Magazine, The Brink Online, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, Virtue Magazine, Regenerate Our Culture Online Magazine, and on many other blogs and websites across the internet like Marry Well and the Lies Young Women Believe Blog. He has also been featured in WORLD Magazine, The Towers Magazine, and Maryland Newsline. He is scheduled to have an article appear in Veritas Magazine this December. Most recently, his work can be found on Focus on the Family’s Boundless Webzine. His personal interests include writing (surprise!) and sports, both watching and playing. He is a die-hard Washington Redskins fan.

8 responses to Teen Blog Roundup

  1. Hey, I’ve heard of that Tim Sweetman kid. What’s he like?

  2. Hey–you’ve got some awesome stuff on here, Terri Schiavo, guitar stuff, teenpact. Keep blogging, dude. You’re inspirational.

  3. I’ve posted (briefly) on this too…

  4. Tim,
    Thanks so much for doing this round-up thing. It really is a great way to get our voice out with a lot of kick. Great idea, and great witness! Keep writing!

    A sister in Christ.

  5. I posted somewhat briefly on it. I didn’t even realize the time had passed so quickly. :( It truly gave me a wake up call to the fact that our culture has forgotten her already.

  6. I posted semi-briefly on my own blog, Paradoxically Correct. I can’t believe I nearly forgot! It only alerted me to the fact that our culture has forgotten…

    By the way, excellent blog. Good stuff.

    God Bless from another sister in Christ,


  7. I know of two girls, one 19 and one 18, who are in the same physical and mental condition as Terri. Their families love them. Though they can’t walk or even talk, they communicate in a thousand different ways with their moms and families and those who love them.

    When I think about Felicia (who was shaken as a child by a babysitter) or Laura (who was thrown from a vehicle in an accident), I know that their families would be shocked and traumatized by a court order to slowly starve their beautiful daughters.

    This was wrong. There were people willing to invest time and love in Terri. They didn’t see her as a burden.

Trackbacks and Pingbacks:

  1. Wittenberg Gate - March 19, 2006

    Bloggers’ Best for Terri Schiavo: Anniversary Edition, pt. 1…

    One year ago today, Terri Schiavo’s feeding tube was removed and she began an almost two week journey toward death brought on by dehydration. A year later, we remember her by remembering the issues that her life and death brought to the public light. …

Leave a Reply


Text formatting is available via select HTML. <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>