Do you believe in signs? That things happen for a reason? And do you believe that every once in a while, the stars can align in such a way that the thought of it all just being a mere coincidence is more preposterous than believing that it was fate? I do. I’ve been writing posts for this blog for over two years. How time flies. … Continue reading Stephen King and I
When you sign on to be a Lularoe Consultant, they ask you to create your “Why”. Your reasoning for signing up with the company. It’s not just about selling clothes, or their amazing leggings. It could be, they are that good. It’s about so much more. They are a company who motivate and inspire people to work hard and achieve their goals. They built their … Continue reading Why Lularoe? Why now? My “Why”.
I’m not one to post about politics, but I’ve had some things on my chest for a while. All of them are coming to a head. And here seems like as good as place as any to voice them. The countdown to January 20th continues, and there is no infiltration in sight. No one is coming to our rescue, no one to deliver us from … Continue reading These are a few of my biglyest fears….
I’ve never seen “The Godfather”. But, I have seen “You’ve Got Mail”. Many, many times. In the movie, Meg Ryan’s character, Kathleen, is at odds with a big businessman named Joe Fox, whose company is about to put her’s under. Unbeknownst to the both of them, they are each other’s secret online love interests. Joe Fox, played by Tom Hanks replies with … Continue reading Going To The Mattresses
I’m superstitious. I can’t help myself. As I get older it seems to be getting worse. The other day it was raining pretty hard and a co-worker asked to use my umbrella. This co-worker has been known to leave an umbrella open inside to let it dry. I don’t approve and have voiced that opinion. He tries to appeal to the logic of it, and … Continue reading Superstition ain’t the way. Or is it?
It’s been a month. One month today since the accident. When I got the call that my brother had been in an accident. I immediately left for the hospital. It was the simultaneously the slowest and quickest drive there has ever been. I arrived, and found my way to the ICU floor. I was met by 2 nurses, later they said they knew who … Continue reading Follow The Yellow Brick Road