Posts Tagged ‘challenges’

I am new to the blogging world and hope this will serve as an outlet in general for me.  I love to cook, play house, read, and learn.   I should say I use to do all these things  quite well,  but now many days it is just a struggle to face life.  I have had some neurological damage that has effected me both physically and mentally.  I don’t want to address that at this point,  but have been told that I need to do some mental exercising to stimulate my thought processing  and memory.   What better way than to be accountable on some small scale than to journal thoughts, feelings and activities in a logical order. I am technically challenged and slow on the upswing but if you allow me to use you for support you will have my eternal gratitude.   I have spent three plus hours just trying to type this opening,  so I should receive some kind of credit for that. :o).    See, I am already learning computer lingo.  I would love to share and gain knowledge on a variety of subjects.  After all, you can never be two smart.  (wink)  Although,  I do remember my Dad saying “that girl’s too smart for her  own good. ”  There should have been a compliment in there somewhere, don’t you agree?  I basically want to go over a format with you that I feel would be easy for me to blog on.  If you have any other ideas please feel free to share.  I’m a learner if nothing else.  I may exhaust you in the mean time, but a learner is what I is.   See, I told you I catch on fast.  Anyway, I want to share my cooking adventures–(who doesn’t have a little Emeril in ’em ?), my love of animals–dogs in particular, childhood memories, family moments, struggles, and a special area dedicated to “Ask Mavis”.  Here, at “Ask Mavis”,  you can get accurate answers to all  life’s puzzling questions that you just  can’t get anywhere else.  Mavis, you may wonder, is my oldest son’s English Bulldog who knows all the answers.  You don’t believe me?  Just stick around and find out!  She will accept questions on any subject and will drool  dole out advice and correct answers for cheap.  A love pat, a good meaty dog bone, an ear scratch, a tummy rub, whatever you can afford to give.  Mavis’s  knowledge base is only exceeded by her beauty.


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