Every week I want to share an amazing blogger with you all, so you can check out their blogs and maybe make some new friends!
All of these bloggers have amazed me with their art, kind heart, friendship and skills.
You ready? Here we go!
–> http://nae50.wordpress.com/ <–
A little about Rene
I am 50. Yeah! Ok, I have cried, whined, and even talked with a guy who told me he was Father Time. I am thinking he was not and he was just an old man trying to hit on me. Anywho, fifty was right around the corner. Yes, I am slightly obsessed with this change in my life. I don’t feel 50, although I am not sure what 50’ers feel like. I just remember thinking, and this doesn’t seem like too long ago, ‘OMG! You are 50. That is so old. I am never going to be 50. Kill me before I get that old.’ Well, nobody has killed me yet, maybe that is at the surprise b-day party. I feel 35, and I know what that felt like. I was independent, had my cool ass truck, and my life was great. I had a great career at the time, and was dating a lot. So, I think I will just turn 35 again at this b-day. PEOPLE TAKE NOTE: This year will be my 35th b-day.
Okay, about the rest of me. I have a “crew of three”: a Bichon Frise (M) who is not show worthy by a long shot simply because ‘his mamma’ cuts his hair’; I have a Maine Coon (not a hat!) (F) who is the oldest of us all, including older than me; and then the littlest one, my all black Ragamuffin cat (F) who is almost as old (6 months younger) as the Maine Coon.
I also like reading, long walks in the sand, piña colada…oh wait, NOT! I do like reading, and have loved it even more since I bought my kindle. I am not going to advertise kindle, but since my eyesight has been suffering due to a medication I am on, the kindle has put books back in my hand. Writing is cool, when I come with something brilliant or funny, it is cooler. Photography is great, but I haven’t done much in recent years. I blame that on the atmosphere (‘Vegas is just not photograph material for me personally) and my health (until I either get surgery I need or a wheelchair, I am stuck in a cave in the middle of this town). I have some great slides I really would like to transfer to my computer.
On an average day, which is so screwed up since my sleep cycle is off so bad from the meds, I usually accomplish at least the following: brush my teeth; walk the dog; feed the crew; eat something in which I can add my Hemp Hearts; walk the dog; feed the Coon; check my MSN email; check my Yahoo! email; check my Face Book account; listen to Pandora; walk the dog; feed the crew; clean my cave; read from my kindle; and drink my Mate. Some days are better than others and I actually write at least on my book, or a story. I also love to read the Sun Magazine, just to get a glimpse of other people’s thoughts and ideas. I have learned a lot about just accepting people through the Sun. I do not like reading the comments which are judgmental: I just read and try to focus on the words and the person who is writing or being described.
Rene is an awesome blogger with a huge heart! She blogs about serious things like fibro, but more often she makes posts that bring a smile to your face.
Check out her page!
To me, Rene is a warrior in heart and soul and a lovely friend! Besides that, she’s a Supernatural fan which immediately makes me love her! :)
Dear Rene, this is for you.
Lots of Love