I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. — Maya Angelou #quote
While drinking my hot tea laced with a little something that I won’t discuss around young people, my college age grandson decided to give me a lesson in social media. The conversation went like this:
Grandson: “G-Mom, you need to set up a blog so that people get to know you as an author.”
Grandma: “That’s cool. Everybody knows me. By the way, what is a blog?”
Grandson: “You were a senior executive, and don’t know how to blog? That’s crazy… if you know how to write books, you know how to blog.”
Grandma: “Although I hired experts to take care of my media department, if you give me instructions I can do just about anything. But, since you just finished a course on Information Technology, you should set up a blog for your technology challenged grandmother.”
Grandson: “G-Mom, I would not want to deny you the privilege of learning a new skill. You taught me to dig deep and never let anything get in the way of progress. You taught me that I could do anything that anybody else can do. You taught me to explore new challenges. You taught me to (G-Mom gives him THE LOOK) shut up when I am about to put my foot in my mouth. But, I must say one last thing – I love you G-Mom!
MY BLOG PAGE IS UNDER DEVELOPMENT – NO THANKS TO MY GRANDSON. COME BACK OFTEN FOR A VISIT TO READ MY SASSY AND OUTSPOKEN BOOK REVIEWS, QUOTES, AND ARTICLES THAT NO ONE ELSE DARE TO SHARE. KIDS ARE SUPPOSED TO BE SLEEP AT MIDNIGHT.