Friday, March 5, 2010
Color your personal empowerment mandala and post a positive quote...then the spammers don't win!
March 5, 2010
My blog yesterday was about creating your very own mandala for self-empowerment and so I “done did one,” which I’ve proudly displayed right over yonder.
Today I’m going to keep my entry short as I’ve encountered some wretched spamming yuckiness that hit my blog and so, as a result, every time I try to get “into” my blog site about 20 different “spammy” websites enter themselves in the address line. Maddening! Now I’ve got to figure out how to fix it, but I have figured out how to post, so that’s something.
Here’s one of my all-time favorite quotes which seems applicable to anything you’re doing, feeling, contemplating, in your life.
You gain strength, experience and confidence by every experience where you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing you cannot do.— Eleanor Roosevelt
After a ten-year career in television broadcasting, Diane wended her way toward the educational arena teaching Generation Y-ME?! while earning her Master of Arts in English. Her numerous publishing credits include her master’s thesis on the work of writer, Langston Hughes, CHANGING THE EXCHANGE, books MATERNAL MEANDERINGS, LAST CALL, KILL-TV, and I’LL ALWAYS BE THERE FOR YOU...UNLESS I’M SOMEWHERE ELSE?!, poems, feature stories, blogs, and numerous essays that have appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle, Bigger Law Firm magazine, the Sacramento Business Journal, MORE magazine (on-line), NPR’s This I Believe, and Sacramento magazine.