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About Nicole Sheldon

Marketing Professional Love the way blogs let you reach out with words to 1000's of others Currently updating my Communications/Marketing degree - Working on Internet Marketing Certification - Collin County College Hobbies: Reading motivational and philosphy books. Writing. Meditation. Talking. lol Loves: My dog, my husband, my family and friends, (In that order, lol), the mountains, Lake Tahoe, talking, writing, reading, learning, my new adventure in blogging and being able to communicate with such a wide audience of people!
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8 Responses to Recent Conversations

  1. What’s up mates, fastidious post and nice urging commented at this place, I am genuinely enjoying by these.

    • Darcie Wells says:

      What I think I have decided is to make a place about writing and the use of words to create a variety of actions, emotions, responses, thoughts. I am hoping people will read each others comments (categorized) and reach out to each other with suggestions, critiques of their written works, examples of how words effected them in memorable ways and possibly provide a variety of art work, photos, ideas, etc. that will inspire writters. Posting ideas about words: when words helped them, when words hurt, when words persuaded, when expressing words made them feel better; Or just a place to go anonymously to share their writings or thoughts and get helpful comments back.

  2. Carrie Pergantis says:

    Darcie, I can absolutely relate to what you’ve said in your blog. My life has changed dramatically in the past year. After 15 years of being in a marriage I should not have been in, I finally gathered the courage to leave and start a new life. I had little confidence and was very afraid of not having money. I was afraid of the effects of a divorce for my kids. Mostly, I was afraid. I realized at some point that I could continue in this depressing situation or change. I chose to change. The costs were high, both personally and monetarily. My daughter decided to go and live with my ex, but I survived. I worked all summer to pay for the divorce, but I survived. Amazingly, I have enough money, and then some. I was able to purchase a wonderful house, with my own money. I truly believe God knows my fear and He provides for me and my son’s needs every day. My confidence has soared. Like you, I felt like a bird let out of a cage. Then – my mother passed away suddenly the day after Thanksgiving. I was really completely on my own now, but I believe it was with God’s blessing. She left us quickly and without pain and I believe God felt I was ready. I have started the new year with gusto and really believe better things are coming.
    Change is always there, and, like you, I believe that attitude is everything. I am choosing to be happy. 🙂

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  5. Denise says:

    Hi there! This blog post could not be written much better!

    Reading through this post reminds me of my previous roommate!

    He constantly kept talking about this. I’ll send this article to him. Fairly certain he will have a great read. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Darcie Wells says:

    Deep Thoughts for the day – It’s never too late to find your passion. Don’t let your past determine your future. Today is the first day of the rest of your life!

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