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Author Maya Angelou dead at 86

Published May 28, 2014 by ladyserenity92

It’s with a heavy heart to announce that a woman who was the ‘poet of the people’ left us this morning.

Maya Angelou died today.

 

She fought hardships and racism to be who she was.

A woman of power.

Ms. Angelou didn’t want people to feel sorry for her.

She want people to do better.

A rebel at heart,

she once said:

“Let no one trouble you. For you’ve  come from greatness. Carry on. For you will rise. You might fall; but you’ll rise.”

Goodnight, Ms. Maya! T-T

Go for broke! 

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Cyberella Alert!

Published May 27, 2014 by ladyserenity92

I love sharing information online with my family & friends. But they are “some” things that are embarassing to post. (Lol!)
Be careful what you put up online. Cyberspace is not private. Some of the things that you post online are read by billions of people.
Even some people can land into big trouble just by posting unnessity infomation.

If you don’t want your pictures posted on the internet,

Don’t

Put

Them

Online.

If you don’t want your pictures shared, please don’t post them online.

Once your picture’s on their, it’s on their forever.

Use common sense when it comes to privaticy.

If you have photos and post them online
you can’t take them back.

Nothing’s private online.

Please Be Careful!
Pictures are forever!
Cyber up!

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Merry Christmas, WordPress.com!

Published May 22, 2014 by ladyserenity92

I know that message is a little out of season.
I can’t help it.
It’s best to be kind to one another and keep the Christmas spirit alive.
Be compassionated, loving and give to those less foranate than you.
Make everyday Christmas day!

Norman Vincent Peale

Go for broke!

 

Anne Frank’s Sister, Margot

Published May 16, 2014 by ladyserenity92

Anne Frank’s sister, Margot has always told me….

“Put your money where your mouth is.”

And she’s right about that.

Margot often gave her little sister advice about money.

That you should talk as if you’re wealthy; not like you came from the poorhouse.

Margot Frank didn’t like her talking like she was poor.

Margot’s chance to teach her sister a lesson came when she wanted to see a movie.

Anne wanted to go as well.

Margot had money saved up.

When Anne asked her Margot for some money to see the movie,

Margot told her,”no.”

Anne never forgot about the lesson about ‘putting her money where her mouth was.’

Speak of prosperity and you will receive all the riches in the world.

Speak of failure and you will lose your place in line.

Norman Vincent Peale

Go for broke!

Not Ready?

Published May 15, 2014 by ladyserenity92

I just thought I’d share this poem. Please pass along.

Source of Inspiration

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If you are not ready,
it does not matter.
Readiness comes in its time.
Until then, we point
to external reasons our
life is not what we
want it to be–work, not
enough money, wrong spouse,
childhood trauma; the list
is endless. Yet there comes
a time when we are ready
to let go, to lay it all down.

This happens when we finally
know we know
a knowing of the soul
not of the mind
no one can tell you how
for when you are ready,
it will happen,
the final switch is made.
You are at peace
blessed serenity
full of soft edges
allowing life to
happen with no resistance.

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A Jolly Lark

Published May 7, 2014 by ladyserenity92

Can’t wait for part “two”!

The Middlest Sister

Remember how I read a lot of books with antiquated vocabulary as a child? (See A Bosom Friend for more.) Well, here’s another comic based on that. When I asked for her opinion on this comic, Charlotte called it “The most unfunny thing [I] have ever written.” Maybe she just didn’t like it because she wasn’t in it. Or maybe I only think it’s funny because I am sick and consuming lots of cough syrup and then lots of coffee to combat the sleepy effects of the cough syrup. Maybe this comic is best enjoyed while drinking cough syrup and coffee.*

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*Not a serious recommendation. Please don’t drink cough syrup and coffee.

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Help Us Translate WordPress.com

Published May 6, 2014 by ladyserenity92

;-D

The WordPress.com Blog

When you’re with friends and family, you probably speak in your native language.

Here at WordPress.com, we think of all of you as our family, but we have yet to master all 105 languages into which WordPress.com is translated.

To address this, we’re happy to announce a major effort to improve the quality of our translations. 

We’ve deployed a brand new tool, In-Page Translation, to allow you to participate more easily in the translation process — you’re part of the family, after all.

In-Page Translation Tool

Here’s how it works:

  1. On any WordPress.com dashboard screen or blog with its language set to something other than English, hover over your name and avatar on the Admin Bar.
  2. Click “Translate WordPress.com” link.
  3. A new sidebar with translation tools will appear on the left.
  4. Choose one of the rows, enter your translation, and hit “Submit.”
  5. Your suggestion is now sent to GlotPress.

Submitted translations will…

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