The Life Of A Blogger With Internet Issues…

The Life Of A Blogger With Internet Issues…

Yes, the life of a blogger can be wonderfully rewarding as you get to help create stimulating conversations between folks and hopefully cause some reflection in them to assist in whatever way needed for that particular day. Blogging is also very rewarding for the writer. We get to meet new people, hear about their hopes and dreams, and also receive personal encouragement and inspiration from our readers. It’s a fantastic experience!


What ISN’T fantastic is when we as bloggers are faced with internet challenges! Being in the middle of an article and having your internet connection go down due to weather, the internet provider or whatever the cause is at that moment, can be very frustrating.


But, we remain calm (most of the time), continue to attempt to upload the precise picture we’ve been struggling to place on our blog for the past 45 mins and top off our mimosa if desired. 😊

Thank you again for being here and participating in the great growing community of bloggers and readers. I am both a blogger and a reader of other blogger’s material. Keep it up writers!

And may you have a great connection today… both figuratively and technically.  

Attitude, Gratitude and…Popcorn?

Attitude, Gratitude and…Popcorn?

What makes us grateful? What determines our daily attitude? Is it our own mood as an individual? Is that influenced by others or our environment? I would say yes to all of the above.

Recently, I’ve been pondering gratitude and attitude, but also with a little bit of popcorn on the side. Popcorn you say? Why popcorn?

Well, most of us prefer our popcorn in a specific way. Lots of butter, no butter, a little salt, dump it on, etc. But what if we are sharing that said popcorn with someone? Someone we care about. Are we willing to forgo our slathering application of liquid gold to the contained corn in order to allow the other persons own taste bud desires to be fulfilled? I would hope so. As individuals, showing our gratitude for those in our lives is extremely important, but forgotten all too often.

When we are faced with loss, death, grief, and even excitement, happiness and joy. We reflect back to those who have contributed to all of the emotions we feel, whether they are positive or challenging. They’ve helped make us who we are and we must stop at some point and alter our attitude if needed, show our gratitude, and be willing to share our popcorn.

As time with our loved ones becomes limited due to our busy lives, longevity or logistics, it becomes more and more clear to us what is really important. It’s not materialistic belongings. It’s not who was right or wrong about whatever topic, and it certainly isn’t worth potential emotional damage to anyone.

Never taking others for granted. Never losing sight of what you are grateful for and the life you are privileged to have.  And never being afraid to say you’d prefer no butter on your popcorn, but know when to compromise with a little less salt for those we love.

 Hugs to all!