A woman who is still a YouTube member stops doing vlogs. Now, she does blogs, but why is she still posting videos? Find out--and see if she is a writer worth following. :D
Letting you know I will be performing a live stream this afternoon at 4pm central. I will talk about all sorts of things, including what book to read for my Ustream Book Reading. Come watch me work on my "uh"s and "um"s. Lol.
It hasn't even been a full week into May and already there's something to say about Special Olympics - about all the athletes, and even those who aren't IN Special Olympics who have disabilities. Today, I received a call from my boss about certain issues that occurred this year. One of which consisted complaints from certain athletes about a question I asked them in my interviews. The question was, "What is your disability?"
To be honest, and you probably already know this by now, I tend to react before I think. It's been a gift and a curse my entire life. I don't know how to fix it or even remove it. Lately, it's been more of a curse. Because I'm a PR Assistant for Team Missouri, this "react before thinking" has repercussions to Special Olympics, its image and "my image." I write that in quotations due to the fact I tend to embrace everything about myself, including my flaws. Even though, at times, I wish I didn't have tho…
I know it's been a long time since I have written a legit blog, let alone a video update from one of my YouTube channels. (I actually found out I could schedule the videos on my gaming channel, Rabbit FunWorld, unable to post a blog via the scheduled uploads.) And I do happen to have a legitimate reason.
During August or September, my mom and I did a road trip to Connecticut, New York, and then St. Louis. My second sister's second travel for her travel nursing position chose a quaint city on the east coast, coincidentally near the ocean. (I managed to swim in the Atlantic Ocean for at least half an hour, almost got used to the cold water, and swam like a mermaid. Mermaid dream almost complete!)
Before the road trip, I found out from the central PR team of Special Olympics Missouri that a position opened up. And it's for an athlete only. YES! I applied immediately, despite the fact I might have to do an interview during the road trip.
There were two roun…
I do realize you're noticing the same thing as I am. I've been talking about Special Olympics pretty much at the beginning of each month. I am trying to make it so that I blog about SOMO towards the middle or end of the month, but something just manages to happen at the beginning that makes things so exciting.
Yesterday, a local news reporter - a newly employed one, I assume, because she doesn't have a Facebook page attached to her name yet. I think she's still an MU student, but again, I could be wrong. Anyways, she messaged me on Facebook because my swim coach recommended me to be interviewed. ^_^ (By the way, my coach knows I need help with my speeches side of the homework. Because of the interview today, I'm down to three speeches - and I need them done by this Friday. Yikes!)
Three hours later...
That was intense! She was all over the place. Swim practice was cancelled due to the snow/ice. When she discovered this, she had to contact someone at her base. She st…