This is my own personal blog, filled with my own personal views on life, love and loss. Blogs, in general, began as online journals, diaries if you will and in some circumstances, have progressed to so much more. People use blogs now in many ways and for many reasons. Extensions of business websites, as ways to get in on the affiliate market craze, as a method to pass along information, and many other reasons. However, as stated above, this blog is my personal views. I tap in to a wide variety of information when writing my blog posts, but never mention individuals by name. If you recognize yourself in any of my posts then so be it. As I said, I don’t mention names so no one but you and I will know.
Please also keep in mind that, while I do have a very modest number of followers, this blog isn’t exactly like publishing to the New York Times. Anyone who thinks that I put personal business on these pages for all the world to see is sadly mistaken. If that were the case I’d be a rich and famous writer by now. I refuse to censor my post content or my words.
I want to say thank you to everyone who takes the time to read my blog, post comments, subscribe and basically takes an interest in what I have to say. I welcome all questions and comments. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Did you know the people who are the strongest are usually the most sensitive? Did you know the people who exhibit the most kindness are the first to get mistreated? Did you know the one who takes care of others all the time are usually the ones who need it the most?
My son is getting married in October. I’ve been thinking about different songs for our traditional Mother/Son dance. I thought briefly about doing some wild and crazy dance routine so we can upload it to YouTube and become an instant internet sensation, but opted for a sentimental scenario (besides, I’m afraid I’ll fall on my butt and make a fool of myself…which would probably go viral as well) Won’t you please help me choose a song?
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Dreams…Of an Undying Heart is an inspirational collection of poetry that is sure to uplift and stir many emotions in your soul. It is filled with motivational poems to help one get through the trials of day to day life.
Published in March of 2013, this is author Rachelle Gallman’s debut book and is available on her website, as well as on Amazon.com.
Not long ago, I wrote a HubPages article discussing the art of complaining to businesses. While my article gave most businesses the benefit of the doubt and discussed how they often want to know when customer service/products/services aren’t exactly up to par, once in awhile you’ll come across a business that really doesn’t give a poop (not for lack of a better word). It was my complete displeasure to encounter one of THE WORST customer service experiences of my life (and I’m no spring chicken).
If you happen to reside in the DFW area, are in the market for some jewelry and are considering Marc Samuels Jewelers (the Grapevine Mills Mall location) I urge you to read my Yelp.com review. If you don’t live anywhere near here, I still urge you to read the review. It combines my usual snarky sense of humor with some head scratching information.
Click the play button, bottom left and have a look at this brilliant video trailer for King's Ransom, produced by the multi-talented Susan Barton of ebookreviewgal.com. It absolutely captures the very essence of the novel. Enjoy.