Sometimes we meet others who touch our hearts with their words, and we are fortunate to have them become a part of our lives. That's the way I feel about Chelle, a very sweet and talented young woman from northern Indiana. I'd like you to meet her, too.
It's not a good time, Charleen, but someday maybe. We've had only a little rain, and I don't think the soil can be dug into very easily or very deeply. But thank you, I might mention it again in spring!
Chelle! It isn't me. It's my alter ego, Claire. I'm asleep in the recliner.
She's French, you know, so most of the time I can't understand a word she says.
Oh, Lord, it everything I can do to keep whispering and I'm on strike, so more whispering since we found out we got French, which is beautiful, and me who is country as her mule. Sorry Claire/Sharon, but I know Claire will enjoy this as much as our friend Sharon.
took this Yesterday on Adora Brug.
for yougilrs and my French is Mon ame. I know that's not right.
Ridesredmule wrote:I love those girls, they are so nice and can really wiggle information out of you.they know what they are doing and lets us
read great articles on each other.
Yes, they are extremely good at that! I guess most of us feel like we are being winkled out into the limelight when we really want to stay behind our comfort zones. Maybe some of us need to get out more, even if it is to be here in the spotlight!
Chelle, I loved reading your wonderful story of how you became one with a friend of mankind. Dogs, cats, horses, mules, chickens... they all tug at our heartstrings. I even think some of my bugs are now doing that to me, my heart often goes out to these creatures which look me in the eye, or those which don't but seemingly show pure pleasure at the ready supply of food in my garden. There is endless pleasure to be found there, on my doorstep! I can see you have found these simple pleasures in life too, they are all so rewarding.
Great interview Sharon, thanks to you and also to Nancy.
Being in the Spotlight is a funny thing. People don't want to do it at first, but when convinced they tend to enjoy writing their story, then when it's time to publish they panic, then when they get comments they're relieved, and then when their week is over they think it was all so easy !!
nap wrote: People don't want to do it at first, but when convinced they tend to enjoy writing their story, then when it's time to publish they panic, then when they get comments they're relieved, and then when their week is over they think it was all so easy !!
Is that right?
Nancy - All of this is right on for me, except for the comment part. I'm still stressing a bit because the article watcher doesn't alert me when a new thread is posted. I keep having to click on "read this article" to see if there is a new one. Is that the way it normally is?