I'm a retired Nana. I worked in banking for 25 years, and 8 years as an office manager for a local funeral home. After I retired, I decided to write about my bunnies. I have had a lot of fun taking care of the bunnies, so there's lots to tell. Thus far, I have 4 published books in a series called "My Hare Line". The hardest part of all is marketing. I'm afraid I did not realize how hard that would be. What do you do?
I'm good. Had a great group of kids for Sunday School yesterday. I've started today off a little s l o w. Didn't want to get out of bed, but I'm up now and trying to have a productive day. I hope you had a great weekend.
I am currently not working due to health issues but fill my days with managing my household, blogging, and entering contests. My blog is all about contests of all kinds - blog giveaways, online contests, twitter contests, facebook contests, etc. I'm kind of a contest nut.
How about you Jacqueline? What do you do to fill your time?
Hi Jackie, nice to hear from you. I've been soooo busy checking Rite Aid stores last week to make sure they had the product I created, Pocket Change, in a promotional placement on the shelves. My licensee worked hard to get it in the stores, but it doesn't do any good if little girls or moms don't see it, eh? Good thing I did, too! The product is a decorative clip for the back pockets of little girl's blue jeans, so wouldn't you think the stores would place it in the Back to School aisle? Well, I found it in the face cream aisle, the candy aisle, the home health aisle (between the old people's walker and the Depends!) or still in the boxes in the store room. Uuugghh! The adventure continues...
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