Terrified, I had no idea what I was doing wrong. Continue reading
To My Dear Fellow Bloggers and Followers of Charmed Chaos:
I recently had an issue with my blog- a story much too long to burden you with. In essence, you may see that on some of my posts, the image is not visible. WP and I are diligently working to get all images restored to their rightful place, but in the interim if you come across one, please comment on this post with the name of the post. It may be one I didn’t realize was missing, or one that was missed.
I take great pride in having a pleasing blog to the eye (and heart), and I do apologize for this snafu. We are working to resolve as quickly as possible.
Much Love and Thanks to all of you for your patience!
I woke up this morning to a wonderful surprise – 2500+ Followers from all over the world including these different venues: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Word Press!
I want to THANK YOU for your continued support love, comments, and caring.
This poem is dedicated to each and every one of you who continue to encourage and inspire me to greater heights each day.
With Love and affection- Linda
In these quiet tranquil hours
As joy tears spill from my eyes
I am grateful for all my followers
Who encourage my thoughts to fly. Continue reading
Thank You to all my loyal followers who continue to support me every day, and help me to challenge myself to soar ever higher!
- 16,524 Views
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- 1637 Comments
- 182 Days- Creation of blog- February 27, 2017
- 302 Posts
- 1000+ Followers
TO THE 1000+ SOULS THAT ARE FOLLOWING ME ON THIS WRITING ADVENTURE THANK YOU!
To my amazing Followers and Fans- I am touched beyond belief by Jessica’s words. I am now officially a member of the Outcast’s Bloghouse And I have been dubbed-Destined Artist and Word Weaver. Huzzah!
This week’s member inducted into The Oucast’s Bloghouse is a lady with truly a writer’s name, Linda Lee Lyberg of Charmed Chaos Blog.
Self-proclaimed “marcher to her own beat”, Linda was destined to be an artist.
“Of course you’re an artist. You come from a family of artists. I’m an artist, your grandmother was an artist, and so was your grandfather.” – Linda’s father.
With a family history in Vaudeville, it seemed inevitable that Linda would wander through life bearing a bard’s soul. Linda’s artistic outlet is through the written word; prose, poetry, lyric and song. Oh, and food.
“Destiny, fate, written in the stars. Writer, poet, artist, dreamer of possibilities. Ardent chef and lover of red wine. Savoring life, one tasty morsel and one luscious ruby-red filled glass at a time.
Then: Former lifelong and grounded career person. Lived for my career and the next goal achieved.
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