Please don’t all breathe a sigh of relief. Okay you can if you want too. I haven’t rambled for a while so I thought before I get stuck into writing prose (continuing probably into the wee small hours of the morning – as yes I am no longer in the work force) I thought I would just ramble.
Those who wish to delete, watch TV or totter off to the kitchen to make a tuna sandwich feel free for here is your window of opportunity before you get enamoured with my babbling.
So what do I have to tell you (what’s more what would you be interested in)?
Last weekend I attended the Funeral Celebrant Course (Sat and Sun).
Oh my viewers it is a tad more involved than what I first thought. Nonetheless I apparently now have the Certificate verifying that I did the training and I am a Funeral Celebrant (I can see you all lining up..well possibly not) besides it may get a bit expensive with overseas commutes though… kidding I won’t charge that much.
I won’t bore you with all the details as I know how long posts can put you to sleep. I have a couple of assignments to do, which I started this afternoon. Then well, it’s in my court – to get business cards made and go and promote myself. Feel free to ask any questions (if you can think of any) and I shall answer them (if I can think of the answers).
As I said I’m no longer am in the work force – scary, daunting, watching pennies, trying to perhaps get something part-time until I get my self established.
Hmm this morning I had the absolute delightful pleasure of meeting face to face a real blogger from WordPress. I know gasp horror, hard to believe that the people we converse with on a daily basis are actually living and breathing human beings. This lovely lady is from http://sarahannhall.wordpress.com/about Sarah Ann Hall and her equally delightful hubby (we shall just call him Mr X). Please visit her if you aren’t already – she is a very talented young writer.
They are over here visiting relatives and as Sarah and I got to chat a little I suggested meeting up for a coffee. They are younger (sigh) than I, but that did not halt the conversation, though I think I possibly bored the pants off Mr. X , as when I am comfortable with people (yes even on a first meeting) I babble like a baboon. They now have my entire life history whether they wanted it or not. So when you get back home again Sarah and get back on WP – I thank you for the lovely time we had and it was special meeting with you both and I once again apologise for chattering so.
The other part of my day was opening my emails to see a blog about….can you guess…yes ME!!! So utterly unexpected (the cheque’s in the mail BH) and so thoughtful from the delightful Scottish lad as I call him Shaun.
His blog and post on moi if I may be so bold is below. Please go visit him if you don’t already, regardless of me being mentioned.
He pulled from the archives 3 pieces I had written that he had enjoyed and it made me smile to read them again. So I would like to publicly thank Shaun for doing this for me, an unselfish and quite an ‘oh my’ moment. 🙂
So that is my rambling, hopefully you haven’t nodded off – I thank you so much for reading.
K – daughter #2 is still on top of the leader board for the Liptember Women’s Mental Health Campaign. I wish to thank those who have already donated to this worthy cause.
Please forgive me, but I shall post the links on each posts for those that would still like to contribute.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
BSB: 062 000
Acc no: 1390 1111
We’re thrilled to have you on board and very impressed with your position on the leader board so early 😉
If your sponsors donate directly to the charity from overseas please use the details above , they can make a direct donation via bank deposit and notify us by email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can issue them a receipt. We would then credit these donations to your profile.
Give me a shout out if you have supported her so she can write a few words to you.