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366/2012: Day 130 Again Nothing

It's just one of those weeks...busy and distracted so no pictures yesterday. Sometimes I borrow Kurt's photos but even he didn't take any. I even said to myself last night "after Harper goes to sleep I'll take a picture of something random" but then she wouldn't go to sleep right away and when she finally did I was pooped and went right to bed and forgot.


Donut Divas

People ask me what it's like to be a blogger. "Sometimes," I say, "there is food involved." 

Remember last year? Hot Dog Death March?

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That was cool.

This year is Donut Summit

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Donut Divas: Alexandra, Lucinda, Julia. 

I've never been prouder to be a blogger.

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It's only too bad we couldn't shellac these headdresses to wear on the day...
 

 


Work Work Work Work Work

Grateful for the job and income, truly. And in week three of my six week plan things are moving forward -- this is good. I'm actually enjoying using the Wii Fit and find that an hour has gone by quickly and I have sore muscles the next day. All good things.

The one thing I have a shortage of is time. Time to blog here. 

So please enjoy this post-birthday LOLcat while you wait for the return of my scintillating blog posts. 

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Inspiration From Seth Godin

Without them – Seth Godin

One of the most common things I hear is, "I'd like to do something remarkable like that, but my xyz won't let me." Where xyz = my boss, my publisher, my partner, my licensor, my franchisor, etc.

Well, you can fail by going along with that and not doing it, or you can do it, cause a ruckus and work things out later.

In my experience, once it's clear you're willing (not just willing, but itching, moving, and yes, implementing) without them, things start to happen. People are rarely willing to step up and stop you, and often just waiting to follow someone crazy enough to actually do something.

I'm going. Come along if you like.


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Thank you Mr. Godin for reminding me of what I have to do.