I got another email from Adriana today. At first I was annoyed at her repetitive messages. However, now as the months have gone by, I am starting to worry about her. She really doesn’t seem to be able to move forward in life.
She said she chatted with me quite a bit on Facebook before I deleted her. I can honestly say, I don’t recall any of that. Nothing, nada, zip. She does admit a little further in the letter that maybe she only chatted with me a couple of times. I wonder if this was while I was on those serious morphine drips.
She keeps saying … Continue reading
Posted in Humor, Junk Mail, Lighter Side, Uncategorized
Tagged Adriana, Chat, Facebook, junk email, Morphine, Online chat, VIP, Web chat
Blogger Kendall F. Person isn’t kidding, in my opinion, when he says: “Writing is a performance art and every post is a show”. When the notion of blogging first came up via the semi-gentle prodding of blogger Lois, I thought, really? Would my personal musings, normally put down on paper in a private journal, have a place in the public realm? Not that the public realm is necessarily a bastion of expert, or even semi-good, public offerings. Was it possible I could land somewhere in the semi-middle?…
…Whatever the long term purpose of this blog is to be, I am ever hopeful that it helps to serve as much as I get from it. I might also hope that the next time I’m rear-ended by a foot, I may more quickly remember that, many times, if not most, inspiration comes in the form of a good bump and some bruising. Continue reading
Posted in Blogging, DP Challenge, Taking Chances, Uncategorized, Wordpress, WPLongform
Tagged Blog, Blogging, Canada, CNN, Ellen Degeneres, Facebook, National, New Blogger, Sally Field, Wordpress
I admit I was somewhat shocked at that charged-up energy coming at me. There are all kinds of ways to respond, but at the time I was more engrossed in the issue that precipitated the results of her research and it didn’t really register. Continue reading
Posted in Confidence, Life, Self-Esteem, Uncategorized
Tagged Confidence, Conversation, Facebook, Health, Mental Health, Self-confidence, Self-esteem, Self-Help
For the record, I love seeing the things that make my friends, new and not so new, tick. I like to see what makes them laugh. I really do enjoy the hilarious ‘what we did this weekend’ pictures. I love hearing what kids have managed to accomplish, I love to see the pictures of joy posted from all over the world. I freely admit my life is far from overly glamorous or exciting. I must live vicariously. Or is that creepingly? Continue reading