"I'm excited to share so many thoughts with all you great, young moms and grandmoms! Let's just go out and try to achieve whatever we feel we can - don't have to be the best - we just have to try. And failure?It's only a state of…"
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I'm a 'retired' grandmother of 13 grandchildren and having a ball releasing the series of six children's books I wrote and illustrated, called "The Waussies". I want to spread the word that life can be full of fun and laughter, but being grateful and polite, kind and thoughtful, is important too! And that's what I've tried to weave through the Waussie, zany characters. I love people and life!
What is your blogging philosophy?
Motivate others to go out and do things they thought they couldn't - even if it's not as good as you want. Be happy with the gifts we have and just be happy with life. And teaching my grandchildren and any one else who'll listen, that it's so important to say 'thanks' and to smile and to share ... and to care.
I have been blogging since...
about the end of 2009
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Hi There from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York. My blog offers light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
I'm excited to share so many thoughts with all you great, young moms and grandmoms! Let's just go out and try to achieve whatever we feel we can - don't have to be the best - we just have to try. And failure?It's only a state of mind! I know! I'm an expert. Don't think because I've managed to write & illustrate these six books, that it was easy! Can't tell you the rejections from publishers I've had over the last 30 years! But there's only ONE me so I couldn't afford to give up!
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