I just wanted to take a minute to write to all of my friends in the blogging world (and everywhere) that are in the path of Sandy. Please be safe and smart. I am in Maine about an hour outside the coast so other than high winds and power outages, we should be fine. But my thoughts and prayers are with all of the families in harm’s way.
Please don’t take chances. Keep your babies safe at all costs. My daughter is with me now and my son will be here as soon as he gets out of work. My daughters boyfriend went back to Jersey for a day trip on Saturday and is stuck there for a while now. They are on the shore and are getting slammed pretty hard.
Stay safe and I am looking forward to reading all about your adventures once the storm has passed. Good luck and prayers are being sent to all of you!!
Dare To Be A Dreamer is looking for different types of stories of taking a relationship of any kind, from on-line to real life. What are some things you do to prepare for that first in person encounter?
Men, women, business meetings or just about anything has it’s own fears of meeting a complete stranger for the first time. We all know the precautions that we should take, like, meet in public, always tell a close friend or relative details of the meeting, check-in times or even bring a friend with you. But how many of you actually do any of these?
And if you did find your soul mate or “Dream” on-line, we want to hear details of that as well.
Share your stories, tips and/or warnings with us and you may end up as a guest on our show!
Dare To Be A Dreamer is looking for parents that have children that have been through a lot medically. Whether it be serious illness or injury and you want to share your story, please send me your brief story and contact information.
Parent or Guardian of a sick child and willing to share the ups and downs and things that some people may never think about.
I know from experience what a tough road this can be. And I also know that we can pull through the toughest of times even when we feel that our strength has faded away.
Having sick children or children that ends up with a serious and/or life threatening injury can be devastating. Let’s all pull together and talk about the ups, downs, ins and outs and show support of each other and to others that may be just starting down this path.
My favorite saying is that “Everything Happens for a Reason” but it is so hard to understand when your child is laying in a hospital bed, drugged up with the most powerful pain meds and tubes in places that there should never be.
Dare To Be A Dreamer Talk Show is looking for businesses that encourage hiring teenagers to do some of their work for them.
Teens have dreams of working and gaining experience to prepare them for their future but in rough economic times seem to run into many brick walls. Are you doing your part to help, or would you if you knew how?
We are looking to interview a few businesses that see the potential in our youth and are willing to do their part to help them.
Please reply with your thoughts on this and your contact info and we will contact you. Thank you.