We are not required to eat other people’s anxiety.
Become the Loving
Helpful Network Marketing Tips
I wrote this little book several years ago.
It’s a consumer report “overview” of what to look for, what to avoid, the biggest mistakes people make starting out and how to actually make a network marketing opportunity work. It’s inexpensive on Amazon Kindle: $3.99. Order it here.
For those who are interested in researching what this industry is all about, and how to create retirement income for a healthy long life…
I think you will find this helpful.
It’s short, sweet, pretty…and includes everything I wish someone had told me when I first started out in this industry.
Take the time to discover if this industry is for you. It’s not right for everyone but for the people it’s right for…??… Wow!
Where else can a 59-year-old woman go from 46 cents in the bank to millionaire in a matter of a few short years?
It’s mind-boggling. LOL.
I hope you find this helpful!
Here’s Looking At You, Kid
Friends and Family…Life is Beautiful
I just had to post this.
My older brother Tom is on the left in the B&W photo. I’m the one blowing out the candles. It was my birthday…4 or 5 years old?
My Uncle Bob was home from WWII and helping me blow out candles and my Cousin Joy is right next to him. The color photo on the right was taken this last weekend at Hotel del Coronado. Joy is on the left in the yellow shirt. I had not seen her and her husband, Fred, in over 30 years. Josh is on the right. What a fabulous reunion. !!
Life is so beautiful.
Stay healthy. Stay adventurous
…and it gets better and better and better.
This first photo is of Lesley Ann Warren and me in the show “Gone With The Wind” at the Music Center in Los Angeles.
She was Scarlett and I was Miss Melanie. We became best girlfriends while sitting in the wagon on stage while Director Joe Layton was directing the burning of Atlanta around us.
Every year after that we had a photo taken of us together…
…year after year….
until the last several years when our lives have led us in so many different directions that we haven’t seen each other until we met over the weekend at the Hotel Del Coronado.
It was as though no time had passed. It’s like the lyrics from the Steven Sondheim song, “Old Friend” – “New friends pour through the revolving door, maybe there’s one that’s more, some of them worth something too… but us, Old Friend, what’s to discuss Old Friend? Here’s to us. Who’s like us? Damn few!”
“There’s An App For That”
Josh and I sat on beach for the sunset and as twilight came I noticed a huge star and asked what it was. He didn’t know but said, “There’s an app for that.”
I went out on my phone, downloaded SkyView and aimed my phone up at the sky. By that time it was getting darker…and this is what the app showed me. Not only did I see the big star (or planet)…it showed the whole constellation of Scorpio (we are both Scorpios) and then…As the evening went on, I watched a satellite float through it.
It’s my new favorite app. We are such an integral part of this vast universe. Kind of puts things into perspective. It’s amazing to see how quickly these constellations change in the sky. As a city girl from Los Angeles,
I never see all the stars in the sky.
San Diego Ballet Fundraiser
We had a WONDERFUL time at the fundraiser for the San Diego Ballet…
Thank you, Susan Lowrance for inviting us!!
And I got to see my DEAR old friend, Lesley Ann Warren, the amazing actress who started in ballet and studied with Balanchine.
She was the guest of honor. We had so much girly-giggles and joy at seeing each other again. We met doing Gone With The Wind at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion (She was Scarlett and I was Melanie) and we have had “bff photos” taken almost every year since then…
Except for the last few years.
I’ll dig a few up when I get home.
The beauty is how exquisite life is.
The older we get the more we see the perfection and the joy.