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.
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.
Hello there! Today we have a special interview one on one with Fra Fra. Love her, you will too. My first guest is a friend who I met in 2000 when we took an English course together. We had a good laugh and found out we had a love for languages, literature and blueberry muffins.… Continue reading #1 My Amazing Friends Success Stories also known as MAFSS guest stars Francesca Fra.
Today I'm going to write about a situation that happened when I was 16. I was just your average girl going to school trying to make my way through. I excelled, or at least I like to try to think I did. Nah, who am I kidding. I got by. My aim was always an A… Continue reading How my guidance counselor changed my life.
Originally posted in 2012 Hi guys. How do you know when I'm going to post? I don't even tell anyone on facebook when I post but I tell you my stats went up five times when I got back from my vacation. How do you know? Isn't that weird how people know when you write… Continue reading Blogging ☆ Painting ☆ Comments ☆ Thoughts
With 1.2 billion active users, it's no wonder that facebook is touching many of our lives in ways that are good and bad and unexpected. What do you think? Like it, love it or leave it? Like Sharing pictures of my life with friends and family. Don't Like Choosing a profile picture. Like Reading and seeing… Continue reading Facebook ► the good, the bad and the unexpected.