I wanted this post in the chronology of posts here to be one that was a follow-up to my anticipation of the trip to the Durham Fair, a wonderful agricultural fair. Well, I went and had a wonderful time...But...my camera case disappeared with equipment I have for downloading from camera to the computer to the blog. I waited a couple of days after the fair hoping that the people that run the fair would tell me someone turned it in. Well, it didn't happen...to keep a long story short.
I will post later this week about the fair when that becomes a possibility (when I can add the photos!). Although John Lennon is credited with saying it, I know the basic idea of the saying is an older one- Life is what happens, while you're busy making plans. So, I wanted to share with you that there is going to be an all exclusive interview with Flat Bonnie herself! This interview will be soon and I will give you notice! There is also a possibility of a follow-up interview with "Flat-Bonnie's CareTaker". That part is still in the works. I will let you know as soon as I can. For a look at Flat Bonnie, she is featured in a former blog post.
I am also trying to set up some interviews with various groups and people who would be interest. I will let you know about these as they come up also! If you have any suggestions for people or groups you'd like to see on here, please let me know! If there is perhaps something you want to know more about, please let me know!
You can write about it in the comments or send me an e-mail at email@example.com. Please give me your imput.
Just as I had to adjust to life's mishaps, I thought I would leave by sharing this thought. Things don't always go as planned. Sometimes we have to look at it as a gift, an opportunity. Sometimes things turn out much more pleasant or better than we anticipated or sometimes things go nothing like we want. We can have pleasant surprises or what seems like disappointments. One thing I have learned is that there is often a lesson in there somewhere. Not necessarily a moral lesson, but even some small insight that can be big later on. I personally think some of my best lessons learned came from plans that didn't work out. It doesn't always hit you right away, but not until sometime later.It has helped me keep a more even and balanced look at things.
I hope that you have more of those gifts in those moments when you do experience them.
All the best,
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