My messy mind is having so many thoughts about how I want my blog to reach people. I am now thinking of breaking off into 2 or 3 more blogs. Yikes I don’t even have this one fully fledged! Not sure about things tonight. I will sleep on it. I really think I need to stay focused on my original content goal: EVERYTHING, which is one messy place–writing, poetry, quotes, decorating, movies, pictures, flowers, life, card making, music, organizing, computer & software issues, love, loss, vintage finds, books, crafts, food, health, family, frustrations, restaurants, thoughts on the universe, fun bargains, travel ideas–though most of my modest trips consist of visiting with my family, recycling and . . . cat hair. But my organizing nature is tempting me to branch out. Does anyone else have this curse? One accomplishment: I learned how to put the lovely worn green background on the page. A little confidence booster.
Welcome to my messy life! I am lucky to live in a beautiful little Wisconsin village with the hubby I grew up with (we married at 16 & 17!). We have 3 lovely grown daughters, sons-in-laws, 6 adored grandkids and countless extended family and friends. By day I’m an administrative supervisor where I’m fortunate to work with some of the best people in the world. I turn into a pumpkin immediately upon coming home at night and therefore cannot leave my beloved cinders before duty calls the next morning. Our house is usually crazy with a parade of characters coming, going, and sometimes staying. There’s never a shortage of people to love or things to organize and share. I enjoy reading and writing, organizing, holding babies, drooling over grandkids, cooking, creating, homemaking, finding old 50 cent things, flowers, the very holiness of living, and simple poetry you don’t forget. I love happy greens, like the worn green velvet on my art room chairs. It beautifully catches the colorful, mundane, and sticky stuff of life: coffee, glitter, ice cream, glue, and cat hair too. Thank you for visiting! Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.