I caught up with Georgia on day six of her forty day tour that takes her and her band, Georgia English and the Juke Box Kids to North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky, West Virginia and Pennsylvania to see how she is holding up.
A couple of things on my mind that I'd like to share today that have to do with reading, writing, creativity and comments. I am thankful for the positive comments and encouragement I get from people who read my blog. When I started off blogging, the idea was to share. I have written since I… Continue reading ㄥ❀∨モ criticism ♥
People who read this — God bless you — know that I had to overcome a lot of fears to set up this blog. Would you like to know why? Because writing for the public is similar to public speaking. You talk to people and they can smile, judge, laugh, agree or disagree. Sometimes they throw tomatoes right at the computer screen. I don’t suggest it.
I had a long talk with a friend of mine, Sofia. When I mean long, I mean about two hours over lunch. She inspired me unbelievably. We talked about politics, classes, teachers, we even joked. We talked about art and music. We helped each other out. Here's the catch. This girl was nine. That's why… Continue reading Meeting Intelligent People
Today's world is more global, digitally enabled, transparent. There are faster speeds of information and innovation. To get things done you need a matrix. Torres Hello friends. I'm interested in how our world is changing now that we have the internet so I read, get informed, take notes and share. Do you ever wonder where… Continue reading Life in a worldwide global economy.
I don't think I can find one person out there who can argue that the launch of Tana's blog, From Kenya with Love was a complete success. This is a clear case of the student jumping leaps and bounds over the teacher. That's what I mean when I say that the learning is in the doing. I… Continue reading We help friend start blog earning 800 new visitors in first 2 days.