Weekly Wrap-up


Another week is over, and I am so ready for the weekend.  I have had quite a few busy weeks and weekends, so I am willing to do nothing this weekend.  All I want to do is sit in my room and do nothing at all.  Let’s get right on to the posts from the past couple of weeks.

Mummy’s Little Angel by JW Lawson

Scapegoat by Emilio Corsetti III

Gillian Anderson – Quote Of The Week

An Amish Harvest by Beth Wiseman, Kathleen Fuller, Amy Clipston, Vannetta Chapman

Motions & Moments: More Essays on Tokyo by Michael Pronko

Secret Crush by Victoria Pinder

Hugh Prather – Quote Of Week

There’s Been A Change Of Plans by Amy Koko

Borderline Insanity by Jeff Miller

When I Grow Up. . .

Those are all of the posts from this past week.  Below are a few things that I have found in recent weeks on Facebook.

I hope you all have a great weekend and I will see you back here next week!

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Weekly Wrap-Up

Weekly Wrap-Up

I can’t believe that I didn’t get the wrap-up post up last week.  I was swamped at work all week and then when I got off work on Thursday night I never got around to writing it once I was home.

Jim Rohn – Quote Of The Week

It Takes One by Kate Kessler

A Small Multiple Sclerosis Update

A Chilling Absence by Shelly Maynard

Adoption Thoughts- 11 Years

John F. Kennedy – Quote Of The Week

Oh Ship! Tales Of A Cruising Chick & Other Travel Adventures by Lori A. Moore

Until Then by Krista Noorman

The Loyal Heart by Shelley Shepard Gray

I am going to share a few more of the fun things I have seen on Facebook and Youtube like a did the last time I wrote one of these posts.  Let me know if you like this because if you do I will keep doing it but if you don’t then I won’t spend the time.

That is all I have for this week.  I hope you all have a great weekend and I hope to see you back here next week!

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10 Things I Smile About

I Smile About

This week for the Writers Workshop I am going to write about 10 things to smile about because everyone always needs something to smile and/or laugh about.

  1. Funny pictures off of Facebook.
  2. Crazy memories of things I have heard said where I work.  It is a lot like the TV show “The Office”.
  3. Crazy things animals will do.
  4. The fact that I am finally divorced and so happy to be alone.
  5. Jenna Marbles videos on YouTube.
  6. Crazy things that my Grandma & little brother say on a regular basis.
  7. The fact that it is almost Friday! (It has been a week full of Monday’s for me)
  8. Funny emails I get set.
  9. The app iFunny on my iPhone.
  10. Listening to music.

Those are 10 reasons that I smile.  What makes you smile?

Mama’s Losin’ It

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My brother had his gallbladder out on Sunday and I wanted to write about something here because I see a lack of it respect for choices that others make regarding their own bodies and/or lives.  I love people sharing information with me but I get tired of people trying to push their views on me and others.  Everyone makes different choices because everyone is different.

For example I know now my doctor doesn’t totally agree with some of my choices but she has left it up to me.  She tells me her opinions and what she would do if she was me.  I have seen a lot this going around and it upsets me because everyone makes choices based on their own lives and their own situations.

This doesn’t have to do with just health things but anything going on in people’s lives.  I have stopped sharing most things on Facebook because I get tired of people judging and/or trying to push their views on me and my other friends.  I came to realize while I was pregnant what it feels like to be judged and I try my hardest not to judge anyone.  I know that we all judge people on some level but I do my best to keep in check because I know how it felt to be judged and it is an horrible feeling.

I have friends in my life that I don’t agree with their choices but I do respect them and I also allow them to live their lives as they see fit.  There is no way that everyone in the world will agree with what you do or how you do it but people need respect their choices.

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Lost Followers

Go ahead and confess it, how crappy/no biggie does it feel to have someone “unfollow?”

When I first started blogging I was caught up in how many people I had follow my blog  via GFC but this past year or so I have started to not really care.  Since I have moved to WordPress.org I don’t even check how many followers I have anymore.  I blog for me and if people read it and comment that is great but I won’t stop blogging if people stop reading and commenting.  Blogging has turned into a stress relief for me.  I have found that even if I don’t post the post that I still feel better after I write it down and get it out of my head.  I love to get feed back and advice from my readers.  I would hope that people would keep reading my blog but if people stopped reading I would still be here writing because of what it does for me.  Now I hope no one stops reading because that would be weird to say the least.

As most of you know in March GFC is going to be going away for all blogs that aren’t using Blogger. Since I am now self hosted my posts won’t show up in bloggers reader and Google Reader (at least I assume it won’t update in Google Reader).  If you are also a wordpress blogger feel free to grab the button and put it on your blog along with the links to all the different ways they can subscribe so that no one will miss any posts.

Here are all the different ways that you can follow me so you won’t miss any of my posts:

I hope you will all stick around and keep reading my posts!

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