Friday, October 28, 2011

Resilient, with apple flavoring... that's how I explained the new and improved Jayme Goffin over at the Coop . She said she didn't know exactly who she was anymore since she's missing 111 pounds of the person she used to be. Is it possible that when our appearance changes, our personality changes too? She's experiencing a "dry spell" in blogging, we all reach that point at some time. I know I have the last few weeks. My life is the same everyday, very little excitement on Granny Mountain. I haven't been to the theatre in eons and my clubhouse attire is outdated so I've given up going to the country club for lunch. Yeah, like that ever happened! 

I blog about grandkids and aging, throw in a few recipes and take a lot of pictures, a LOT of pictures. I never realized how much I loved photography and it wouldn't be near as much fun if I didn't have someone to share them with. So you you see, I know my purpose, it's clear. I am Nana, I do my best to make memories for the three wonderful GRANDson's that we've been blessed with. I hope when they are grown they think of me when they smell warm apple pie. If they do, I've done my job well!

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  1. :-) Aww. Thanks. I think, I guess...lol. This has been quite a journey, and I'm coming back to 'me' a little at a time. So often, I think we get in the mindset that we have to blog FOR SOMEBODY, but truly, we blog for ourselves. I think if we keep that in mind, we'll be just fine Joycee. xo

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  2. I know what you guys are saying. I feel like I lose by blog mojo, then I remember it isn't a job...I can do it only as much as I want. No shame or condemnation in that. Have a great wk end! I am rocking babies today!!

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  3. All of us Nanas Out here in blogland really understand what you are saying Joyce. I have so many days that nothing happens that I feel anyone would want to reead about. But some of those days are my most special ones spent with family or with my Darbee Rae. Being the best wife, mother and grandmother is what my life is all about. I cherish those uneventful days. You take care and have a wonderful weekend,
    Angela

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  4. I can surely relate to your comments. I am Nana too and want to be the best "Nana" I can be. My blog is to me a journal of our lives. I love yours, keep going, keep posting lots of pictures. there aren't many blogs I've found written by Nanas.

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  5. i believe you are well on your way to making that a successful goal!

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  6. Amen to that Joycee! It's so much fun blogging and sharing our daily lives, but the most important job is still that of grandmother, mother, wife and daughter!

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  8. I'd like to be able to attribute my (always) dry spells, to losing weight or a new personality! Either one would be a plus. The most excitement in my day is seeing what all you bloggers with a life have been up to.

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  9. I still enjoy blogging but even im starting to cut back one day because its taking away my time of doing other things. Richard

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  10. Don't you ever experience too long of a blogging dry spell. I'd miss you too much. Love the pic!

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