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I think I wrote the post below in about 2008.
I know I took the pink hair selfie above in June 2015.
Some things never change.
I don’t fit in.
Never have. Maybe never will. And while the "outside" can often be lonely place, there’s also lots to be relished about being a rebel.
It means I can still don purple suede boots, black lace stockings, short skirts, and the jean jacket I embroidered and wore with such pride when I was 13 (it doesn’t matter that it’s literally falling apart at the seams now).
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This is the first in a brief series of blog posts in which I will show how the new Facebook timeline leaves a whole lot to be desired - at least in this long-time user's humble opinion!
This first post is short on text and long on images. Let the images in the gallery speak for themselves.
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Every now again everyone gets fed up. Including amazing me.
I've had one of those weeks where I reached the end of my rope. Five years of hard work seemed to go down the drain at the whim of Facebook and its (imho) stupidly short-sighted new marketing ploy to squeeze money out of its users.
After a facial and few glasses of wine, I'm reaching out to fans to see what kind of a response I get...
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My online friend Holly Helt got me started on gratitude lists a couple of years ago and I began penning them each and every morning.
Documenting the things for which we are grateful is a super way to stay positive and inspire oneself.
I’ve either become less disciplined or more overwhelmed than I was when I first started the practice, because the documentation of my gratitude has become more sporadic than systematic!