Getting After It

Good morning, everyone.

I have really enjoyed making some new connections this week, and being active in keeping up with old connections as well. There are so many cool things going on across WordPress in the writing community. It really blows my mind.

Starting off the morning with some brewed coffee, watching the sun come up over the horizon. Kids are running around getting ready for their school day. And, eventually I will have to go put on real pants to start the work day. Oh, the joys of being an adult.

I am spending the next couple of days and weekend attempting to finish up some edits and working on other projects. Have to get back after it, people! I have finally buckled down and created a Twitter and a Facebook Page related to my writing. If anyone follows them, you will probably find that they are under-developed. I will get to “prettying” them up at another time.

I wish you all the best and have a good weekend.


15 thoughts on “Getting After It

      1. I agree. I began with a ‘select few’ on Twitter, but once it passed the fifty mark it all became a blur. Any real content was lost amongst the noise and chatter.
        No, Facebook is where I meet many, but through blogging, I gain insight and friendships.

      2. That is definitely what I would suspect. I really appreciate your insight from living it. I would like to think that even if there is just one meaningful relationship gained through any social media, then it is worth it.

    1. Absolutely. So many things to be thankful for that we so frequently forget. Actually, I just sat through a great webinar not too long ago on epigenetics, presented by Bruce Lipton. Science is showing us that our success and happiness is neurobiologically impacted by our thought process. That is to say that positive thoughts release different brain chemicals than negative thoughts, which affect our ability to fully use our cerebral cortex. That impacts our ability to be intentional and meaningful in our behaviors.

      Sorry, my career coming out a bit. πŸ™‚

  1. sf

    I don’t recall having visited your blog before, but I’m glad that I did. You write very well. Congratulations on the birth of your son and enjoy spending precious time together!

    1. Thank you! I have some frequent followers, and some that pass through from time to time. It becomes very difficult to remember who comes through unless they speak with me regularly. I really appreciate your kind comments. Have an excellent day!

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