The numbers Are In
As it happened, this year my first article for Outlook Enrichment posted:
What does the article have to do with numbers? Mom was born on November 17. She’s been gone six years and I miss her even though the harsh pang of grief has softened. I am grateful for my sisters and our extended family, who help keep Mom’s spirit going.
The universe supports keeping Mom’s spirit upfront and in a cherished place for us. Special things keep falling on the date of her birth and every time it happens, I get the feeling she’s delighted. We love you and miss you, Mom; keep sending reminders that you’re out there and the universe is caring for you.
As for my new gig, I think it’s the best omen it was scheduled on this special date.
Yes, folks, I spent time with Karina Kantas, the host of the author’s assist podcast and the Artist First Radio Network , talking all things creativity and writing. Karina lives in the Greek Isles and it was a great show. To visit with us and enjoy the conversation, click here.
Not sure where Dreya and I will fly to next but it’s sure to be interesting. I’ve got our virtual bags packed and ready to go.
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From the Annie Shares News Issue 11 November 2021 email newsletter
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Hello readers, welcome to the November newsletter. Here in New York the lower Hudson is cooling off and we will once again experience winter’s cold breaths. I find winter to be a time of renewal and creatively rewarding.
Even though it’s getting colder, why not warm yourselves by listening to a guest podcast with host Princess Diva from Trinidad and Tobago. I read two of my newest poems and one from my first collection, Upwelling. Thanks goes out to author, Amy Bovaird for the connection. Inspirational moments with Ann Chiappetta author:
On behalf of disability awareness month, I also want to share two business and social related blog resources with articles posted by my talented colleagues:
Outlook Business Solutions and Outlook Enrichment
And to bring it home to how we celebrated White Cane Safety/Blind Americans Equality Day, recognized on October 15, check out this video:
Until next month, Dreya the book dragon and I send you and your loved ones thoughts of kindness and creativity.
Annie andApril standing for selfi before mother and daughter date night.