My old website was a Weebly site and as of today there is no way to import my old blog posts from Weebly to Word Press. So, I’m going to post them here.
The dates will be off, but the content will be the same.
At work we have an intermittent error. I started to see a pattern on what days it failed and what days it succeeded. So, now we sit and wait for the failure. If it fails on schedule (the pattern) then we succeed; so failure is my new success. Weird huh?
Perhaps I can apply that to other aspects in my life.
I have many failed relationships. When I look back, those failures were definitely successes. I couldn’t imagine being with any of those men long term.
I’ve failed to get many jobs that I applied for. I am happy where I work now, so those failures were successes in disguise.
I did not get the first house that I tried to get (or the second, third, fourth…). I love where I live now, so those were also secret successes.
I have failed on my diet many times. Looking back….nope, that was still a failure.
Okay. So, I can’t apply it to ALL aspects of my life.
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Thanks for reading and commenting. I didn’t know if anyone actually read these blogs. Now, that I know someone is, maybe I’ll get more diligent about posting (my bad).
As you can see we are reading it. But you need more posts)
Thank you for this blog. That’s all I can say. You most definitely have made this blog into something thats eye opening and important. You clearly know so much about the subject, youve covered so many bases. Great stuff from this part of the internet. Again, thank you for this blog.
Sorry. No excuse on my part. I have been lax (okay, non-existent) on this blog. I have posted another entry. I’ll do better – I promise and this isn’t a promise from some habitual offender who pleads for another chance. I really do mean it. (I guess we’ll have to wait to see if I am that habitual offender or not – only time will tell). thanks for reading. L. S.
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L. S. O’Dea
Thanks. I’m glad you like it.
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