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@gofireyou Great piece! And nothing makes me happier than sharing goodness with my Cheese-Its. Thanks for penning it!
5 days, 5 hours ago on Smatterings: December 2013 Vol I
Aw thanks, @AmyHoward1! So glad to have you in my life and to see all the progress and leaps you're making, as well as your embracing of vulnerability and 'what if?"; it's a beautiful thing.
You're such a ray of life and love. How much you care for others radiates. And I'm ecstatic you're caring for yourself now too!! Looking forward to what lies ahead for you.
3 weeks, 6 days ago on The weight of your words and actions
@ginidietrich I did, it went better than I ever could have imagined! My first keynote. It was an intimate room of 300 event professionals in New York.
Felt like a rockstar the rest of the day, with so many conference attendees coming up to me to share how much they loved the talk and that they want to get involved in Mac & Cheese Productions (my business).
Thanks again for the valuable insight!
4 months, 2 weeks ago on Public Speaking: The Chili Con Queso Test
Wonderful post Gini!! Very helpful. Giving a presentation next week that I'm nervous about and these tips are really good to keep in mind.
4 months, 3 weeks ago on Public Speaking: The Chili Con Queso Test
@blfarris Andy IS known as kind of a tyrant. Wouldn't be surprised if withholding food was part of the Orbit MO.
Hilarious! Thanks for sharing your embarrassment with the world -- makes us realize we're not alone in our "oh my God!" moments.
Though I have many of those, most of which I'm still covering my eyes in shame over, your post made me think about the one that almost was... but then turned into one of the most wonderful moments of my life.
In May, when my Fiance was suspiciously looking around the North Carolina waterfall we were standing at, I swore he was going to let one rip. Turns out, he was checking to make sure we were alone so that he could propose!
Here's my post, "Thought he was going to pass gas, instead he proposed," if interested:
Thanks again for the post!
1 year, 4 months ago on The Fart That (Almost) Altered My Destiny
Great article Peggy.
Do you have any experience with Keypass or LastPass for password storage and generation? LastPass' cloud-based'ness appeals to me.
1 year, 11 months ago on 12 Most Fool Proof Ways to Keep Your Accounts Safe Online
Yes yes and yes!
I just had my first experience with someone saying not so nice things on my blog - http://macncheeseproductions.wordpress.com/2011/08/18/that-bith-stole-my-business-idea-how-im-going-to-get-her-back/
First reaction, to fight back! Defend my honor!
Well no, first reaction was to delete the comment. But then I thought, the point of a blog is to be public, to be out there, to engage with others. And so I left it and was about to compose some snarky reply.
But then I realized exactly what you pointed out -- it would spiral out of control, go nowhere, and for what? I'd much rather spend my time doing almost anything else. What do I care about this one person's opinion?
Thanks for the post Margie, great food for thought.
2 years, 3 months ago on 12 Most Important Reasons I Don’t Bash People Online