What was she smiling about?
No one will ever know. The theories suggest everything from a grimace to a saucy little come on smile.
Three things have really made me smile over the past couple of days.
First up was a beautiful bunch of roses my Englishman bought me on Saturday morning. I love flowers. Thanks hun. Second was the lovely comments on my post yesterday. Thanks everyone. I wasn’t trying to be completely self-indulgent and wallow in self-pity, I was just feeling a bit overwhelmed. School holidays and working hard on about five dispirate projects simulataneously and then trying to push through and get my business established. I just felt I was running on empty, and needed a break. All of a sudden it’s half way through the year and I’m not at the point where I can really hand on heart say I am definately coming Down Under at Xmas.
I spent all afternoon asleep. I guess I needed it.
Thanks so much for your comments, I guess we all feel tired and overwhelmed from time to time. If fronting up to my feelings helps encourage newer bloggers then I’m glad I fronted up to my feelings.
But the third wonderful thing that made me smile, not like Mona Lisa, but a real grin was ….
Da da da dum….!
There’s this brilliant guy called Dave (Aren’t all men in the UK called Dave?) and he’s put together the Mona Lisa Million project where he’s asking websites to sponsor a pixel of his Mona Lisa picture and the resultant million dollars will be directed to charitable projects. It’s pretty cool! Did you know that there’s over 500,000 Google searches for the Mona Lisa each month?
Imagine if some of that publicity was directed to your site….!If you run a website or blog you have to get involved!
Well some of it is going to be directed here, because he’s included Vegemitevix in the Mona Lisa project. I’m so excited about it all because I really believe in the project and the way he’s publicising it, using social media tools like Twitter!
He’s even written a bit of a blog post about Vegemitevix and popped it on his daily blog! WOW!!
Go and have a look at it, it’s a brilliant charitable project. Way to go Dave! You really are a Mister Good Guy!