I like this, ALOT. I think my wife will too – I hope. Check out my latest wordpress ‘identity crisis’, New Year posting.
Laughter is definitely critical to well-being. Shit. That reminds me… I’ve got to finish tomorrow’s Funny Friday post. Bye for now.
Mine is a relationship blog & I love this posting. Always helpful to take a humorous look at our pattern of male/female differences, so they can bind us (like magnetism), rather than destroy like an uncontrolled nuclear explosion.
My wife is NOT crazy. She is Appreciative, Beautiful, Caring & more: Click here to read the rest….
Thanks Danny – forgot to reblog your Meet & Greet
If you haven’t seen my latest Funny Friday post, check it out for a little laugh:
It’s Meet and Greet Weekend at Dream Big!!
Ok so here are the rules:
- Leave a link to your page or post in the comments of this post.
- Reblog this post. It helps you, it helps me, it helps everyone! So don’t be selfish, hit the reblog button.
- Edit your reblog post and add tags (i.e. reblogging, reblog, meet n greet, link party, etc.), it helps, trust me on this one.
- Share this post on social media. Many of my non-blogger friends love that I put the Meet n Greet on Facebook and Twitter because they find new bloggers to follow. This helps also, trust me.
Now that all the rules have been clearly explained get out there and Meet n Greet your butts off!
See ya Monday!
Looks like this week (tomorrow) will be Q&As with my friend Vic… these categories of topics, are really getting my creative juices flowing, such as “any moment in which you learned something about yourself or others” – maybe I can try that one in a fortnight.
Whoa – following the blogosphere can be wild ride sometimes. I was referred by Stephanie to this honest, raw, ‘sad’ post, written by Sandra having a bad day. The response from readers gave me ‘pause for thought’, which I am going to reflect on in my next couple of posts. Reblogged here for context.
Note: just because Sandra was having a bad day, doesn’t mean she is sad, messed us, depressed and anxious all the time. Much of her writing is clever and funny – check her out for yourself.
I really do try to space out my ‘sad‘ posts. I don’t want to scare everyone away. Because, you know, I’m pretty f-ing scary. Boo. So, my advance apologies. Here’s a photo I took to lessen the sting of my patheticness (not an actual word).
Okay, back to the ‘story‘…
I guess I really am going to be like this forever.
Today was that next monthly appointment I mentioned (basket case). I practiced what I was going to say… or try to say… at least a hundred times. And when she asked me, ‘how are you doing?’ I said…
‘I don’t know.’
I guess it’s better than pretending to be okay. Better than saying all right or fine. [But just so you know, fine doesn’t mean fine. The scale goes: great, good, okay, not okay, I hate you, fine.
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This posting by my new friend Danny gives some beautiful inspiration into writing, especially for those who doubt their ability to write. This has particular relevance to my last posting about blogging and the discussion comments in response.
I want you to ask yourself a question: Why do you think you are not good enough? Why do you not give yourself enough credit?
There was a time that I would never have thought I would be writing. When I decided to start my blog I did extensive research on how to blog, how to write and how to produce quality content. I had to educate myself in order to do the best job possible.
If I had decided that because I had never written meant that I would not be able to write a blog, I would have missed out on something that has changed my life! Do you recall our talks about being open-minded? When you are open-minded you are able to recognize and take advantage of new and exciting opportunities: like writing!
One afternoon a young Edmund Hillary looked at a mountain and decided he wanted…
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