I am fortunate to have a critique partner who knows how to help me find the balance between blowing wind up my ass or to help me adjust the sails in the storm, then weather the calmer seas.
Day Three after fulltime job loss. Wednesday, March 25th, 2020. No time for self-pity. Today I have five training webinars as I utilize my time to acquire my social media designation. I listen to each webinar, thirty minutes to an hour and then take a quiz. I began at nine-thirty and decided to stay at... Continue Reading →
In the morning on day two, I take my coffee on the front porch. It's raining, again. My creek runneth over and I have so many things to be grateful for - life, home, and food in the fridge.
I am an author disguised as a realtor while hiding behind a desk as an office coordinator for a high-end landscape company. If I am not a cliche, I don't know what is-
“All great and honorable actions are accompanied with great difficulties, and both must be enterprised and overcome with answerable courage.”
I can see this wonderful city through her eyes and enthusiasm for all it offers. It's like revisiting a welcoming, old friend.
A great writing session at my local Starbucks in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee and finished Chapter One of my new series. Saw an old friend after ten years and great to catch up after all this time. Waving to April! Takes me back to the days of inline hockey and the travel team, TN Inferno. Miss... Continue Reading →