We’re just a few days into the New Year, and already I am lucky enough to have a fellow blogger think my blog is worthy of recognition. Just the other evening I received an email from the young woman behind the blog, Cancer In My Thirties, telling me she was nominating me for the Reality Blog Award.
I can’t tell you how touched I am. With everything going on in her own life, to think she even takes the time to read my blog amazes me, thrills me and humbles me. I hope you read her blog. Her willingness to share what she’s going through, and the honesty with which she writes, really deserves your time. You won’t be sorry, trust me. She is a courageous and inspiring woman, is all I can say.
There are no ‘rules’ that go along with this one. There are some questions; and because they are different from all the others, I am going to answer them. So here goes:
1. If you could change something about your life what would you change?
Nothing. I stand by the decisions and choices I’ve made. Mistakes and all. I get to do the one thing I have wanted to do since I was a young girl. I am a writer. How lucky am I? Sure, when we get the chance to look Continue reading →
Yep, there’s no denying it. My morning yesterday was a pisser. But, as you know if you follow me, I got past it. Wrote and posted a new blog. And then got on with my day. Did some client work. Got some personal chores done. By about three in the afternoon, I’d almost forgotten about you know what.
And that’s when it happened. My iPhone stopped working. Just like that. It was fine, one minute; and unusable the next. Screen went black. On/off switch didn’t work. No response, no matter which button I touched. Considering the start to my day, I had to laugh. I was about to go to the Apple Store when I realized that my telephone service provider has a shop, right around the corner from where I was.
The sales guy couldn’t have been nicer. He plugged it into something (no, my battery did not need charging, I’m not that much of a loser). Hmmm’d a bit, while I held my breath. Continue reading →