Oddball is a dog. A really sweet dog. But he’s a dog who gets into a lot of trouble. Until he finds his calling…penguins. “Oddball” is a sweet, loving, and happily ending story for the whole family. The cast of characters, both human and not, are as different from each other as they can be. But somehow they all come together to show that persistence, love, and instincts can solve the toughest problems. We promise you will adore this movie! Enter my giveaway to win the DVD or Digital Copy. The giveaway opens at midnight tonight!
A little more from Entertainment One:
“Oddball is based on the true story of an eccentric chicken farmer, who with the help of his granddaughter, trains his mischievous dog Oddball to protect a penguin sanctuary from fox attacks in an attempt to reunite his family and save their seaside town.”
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Show some love to book one with me, as I mentally prepare to begin book two on March 1st. In So Many Words is my baby, will always be my virgin step into ‘author-dom’ and has had exactly the response I hoped for.
So, here, with five days until my fingers hit the keyboard for another deep, introspective, and frankly, a bit scary ride, thank you to book one, the people who read it, and the impact it has had on friends, family, and complete strangers.
The task ahead is daunting, but so exciting. Book one churned up quite the array of emotions. Book two has the potential to take me back to places which will make me stop in my tracks and feel a pit in my stomach. But the purpose behind sharing these things will far outweigh the fear.
Reading In So Many Words is not a necessary prerequisite to reading She Waited for Me when it comes out later this year, but it would be helpful. You can purchase it on this website under my Author tab above or on Amazon. If you read it, I would greatly appreciate a review on Amazon and/or this site.
Being featured on Cee’s Photography is such an honor! She is a fabulous photographer and lets us play with her all week in her cool photo challenges. She featured my post, Boulder Faces, and her message came at a moment when I needed something to smile about. Thanks Cee!
Now, onto Looking Down at Things…hmmm.
Here is something really amazing about Cee (from her page About Cee):
“One of my other passions is in life is Qigong for healing. I had Chronic Lyme Disease and it was undiagnosed for 25 years and have been through a 40-day coma with multi-organ failure and am dependent on insulin (Type I Diabetes) because of my Lyme Disease. To read more about Lyme Disease, please see My Lyme Disease Story. In November 2012, I was on my death bed and a Master Qigong Healer started to treat me and began healing my body. Currently all symptoms and infections of lyme disease have been healed. My body has sustained a lot of damage over the past 30 years and is still healing and will be for a few years yet. But the constant threat of dying from lymes is no longer a part of my life. Just this past month I have started classes to become a qigong teacher and eventually a healer (2014). It will take at least six years to become a healer. I’m just starting that journey.”
Boulder Faces for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge
I fell in love with this boulder on my brother’s property, 8 Point Farm, a couple summers ago because I liked the top image of a dancer in mid leap. But it was the first photo I thought of for this challenge because there is so much else to see. I can also see a few different faces: a squished face, a guilty face, a fat face, and a scarred face. I’m sure if I studied it longer, I could find some more. What kinds of faces can you see?
I’ve offered two different rotations of the photo, but feel free to look at it from all directions. Who knows what you might find!
Facebook asks me, “What’s on your mind?” Well, that’s pretty cool. It’s nice and open ended. Tonight, as I enjoy a hotel stay by myself on my way to a conference, I’d like to simply tell you what’s on my mind.
- A headache is on my mind, but it should be gone soon. Bedtime will be early tonight.
- My daughter and hubby are on my mind. I will miss them this weekend but hope they have lots of fun together.
- Fundanoodle Fiesta is on my mind. This is the first ever National Sales Conference for Fundanoodle. It will be so much fun! We will learn how to grow our businesses by sharing ideas with each other and learning strategies from the experts. I have the honor of sharing a yoga practice on Sunday morning. We will explore postures for our Second Chakra and tap into our creative energy.
- Two of my yoga students from this morning are on my mind. One of them is a friend of the women who contributed to my book, In So Many Words. We really connected and hope to work together on some yoga/healing work. The second one is a woman who had been out of class following knee replacement surgery. After class, I asked her how class felt. She said, “It was like coming home.” What an amazing response! Those words made my day!
- Lots of SEO work on my websites is on my mind. Two experts in the field gave me some really good information about the importance of Search Engine Optimization and the best ways to implement it. Will be a lot of work, but not difficult.
- And lastly, my very full belly is on my mind. But it won’t stop me from eating the chocolate covered raisins I bought at Cracker Barrell.
Peace out !