I have an article over at Cranky Fitness today about visiting the big gym. Crabby McSlacker is the host over there and she is super funny while still being informative. I don’t know how much business she is going to get coming from my site to hers but as you can see I have my Chick Magnet on high so hopefully I will be able to suck a few readers in that aren’t related to me by blood. Don’t get me wrong I do love my existing readers. Hi Mom!
Hey everybody! Therese agreed to write another article for my blog! Therese is that gal who’s voice usually rings out loud and clear when you are pussy footing around a problem and getting no place. She just cuts right through all the baloney and says “Why don’t you just …?” And I say “Oh … yeah that will work.” Solutions with no drama! Feel free to use that one on your business card Therese.
The Art of Conversation According to Therese Lane
I am finding out for probably the first time in my life, that contrary to my belief, people can actually converse, listen, laugh and tolerate me without any ulterior motives. I in turn am learning that (a), I basically like most people and (b) it is okay to ask for…almost anything really. So did I think that there was a school that taught this “fine art”? Obviously I did! I have noticed that there are no actual rules or regulations and that it is quite painless to just be myself.
There is a saying that “You believe you are what you are told you are” so if like myself you grew up being told you’re useless and worthless, then I guess that in normal day to day interactions that other people seem to find so easy I would naturally be daunted in the extreme! As if I wasn’t the equal of anybody else present! Continue reading
Therese is one of the amazing Yise women who has changed my life for the better. She is astoundingly open with and accepting of her own faults as well as others. I can always count on Therese to tell it like it is. Which usually has me at least, bug eyed and jaw dropped! Everybody should have a friend like Therese!
From as far back as childhood I have struggled with my identity, I never felt I fitted in anywhere, a square peg in a round hole. Continue reading