Joined 7 years ago from Arkansas, USA
We don't reach our spiritual goals by being parrots. I believe that attraction, not promotion, should be the impetus for all things spiritual. Ask me why I am happy, joyous, and free and I will be happy to tell you. I respect your right to your own beliefs and hope we can be friends.
I have enjoyed several areas of employment, the first of which was nursing assistant in a small hospital in Northern Louisiana. I was trained as a Nationally Certified Emergency Technician, non-ambulance. This simply meant that I worked in the Emergency Room. I moved on to working in a factory in South Arkansas (more money) making fuel cells for fighter planes. I then went to another hospital and worked in the Purchasing Departent. After early retirement, I worked for the State of Tennessee, with developmentally challenged persons. This was perhaps the most challenging and interesting job I ever held. I am now going into Internet/Affiliate Marketing. I will also do some ghostwriting.
Now, I am retired (again) and loving it. Mother of 4, grandmother of 11 (one deceased) and great-grandmother of three.
I like road trips, camping (though I don't get to do much of that), quilting, reading, and spending time with my family.
I love life and do not want to waste one minute on negative pursuits. I love to write, but have never written for the public. I am hoping, by joining the hubpages community, that I can improve my skills.
Since writing the above paragraph I have since started my own blogs and cannot post duplicate content.
I am beginning the writing journey for Kindle and setting up a blog for another purpose, one of which is poetry.
Thanks for stopping by.
6 years ago
Hub about careers after retirement.
7 years ago
Second in the series of memories of a little girl going to the farm.
6 years ago
Memories of a little girl going to a farm every summer.
7 years ago
Goals can be set for writing hubs in 2012, but not in stone. There are too many variables. For me, it will be quality that counts most.
6 years ago
Security blankets are comforting to babies. They engage and stimulate, as well as provide a sense of well-being.
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