How a husband can inspire you with a Blog
I asked my Husband for a suggestion for my first blog “post”. He was putting in fence posts with a bit of help. He said, “I don’t know what a blog is”. Relaying “weblog” wasn’t helpful. After input, he got the idea. His suggestions were In the Beginning, Your forte, your gifts, your talents. My husband is practical.
So – – – – “In the Beginning”
Being from a large family we “experienced” life “richly”. Our attitude has a bearing on how we grow. Everyone has pain. Thus my Faith shows I need Wisdom. There is the promise of the “Everlasting arms” and Healing for any problems we encounter.
What I write will be like a Squirrel’s bounty collected from far and wide.
So my Blog name: Random & Relaxed Style
Random – Unexpected, surprising, without uniformity.
Relaxed – To have calmness, peacefulness, softened, ease, to make milder.
Style – Refers to form, appearance, or character:
My forte, gifts, and talents?
- Organising or organizing (! for my great USA audience) My Facebook Practical Organizing & Virtual Assist
- Good health
- Putting money to good use
- A rapport with color, texture, style
- Home and Garden
- Art and Craft
- Clothing styles My Facebook Baby Boomer & Mature Women Clothing Styles Page – Ages 30 through to 80!
- Emotional IQ
- Social adeptness
- Photo taker
- Re-user & finding ways to re-purpose
- Being responsible
- Being caring
- Not fitting into a “niche”
When asking my husband I expected something similar. I am a little shy about putting down his words. He is assuredly biased!
His words: Giving, forgiving, understanding, compassionate, top cook, all-round beautiful person, beautiful & gorgeous wife to the luckiest man in the world, Limitless – will have a go at anything.
This “post” is dedicated to my Husband, for his help to inspire me with this blog
Deborah Hunter Kells
I have a wide range of interests and the top of my list is people and relationships. I appreciate our big wide world and nature which tries so hard to deal with what we do to it. I enjoy learning and am a “forever student”. I would love to hear about you and what you have experienced – that one or both of us may learn.