1 Way to Help You Meet New Readers: Meet and Greet

Thanks for the second chance Danny! I just created a new page About.us! http://wp.me/P4GFpS-da This should auto go to my Protest FB page. Thanks to you I have learned to share other’s posts in celebration of my 100 follows which occurred in the first DBDO activity. I really appreciate this because the opportunity to meet so many new bloggers and mostly their LIVES which do matter, no matter what. >ToLife< ~wings (aka trudistreasures.com)

Dream Big, Dream Often

imagesWhat day is it??!!  HUMP DAY!!  No, that is completely wrong…it’s Meet and Greet Day!

Ok so here are the rules:

  1. Leave a link to your page or post in the comments of this post.
  2. Reblog this post.  It helps you, it helps me, it helps everyone!  So don’t be selfish, hit the reblog button.
  3. Edit your reblog post and add tags (i.e. reblogging, reblog, meet n greet, link party, etc.), it helps, trust me on this one.
  4. Share this post on social media.  Many of my non-blogger friends love that I put the Meet n Greet on Facebook and Twitter because they find new bloggers to follow.  This helps also, trust me.
  5. And if you leave a link and don’t follow me, how about ya show ole Danny some love?

Now that all the rules have been clearly explained get out there and meet n greet your butts…

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More than one of me?

so.

You hear about “googling” yourself. I had done this not long after joining wordpress and obtaining this .com url.

All along my friends would love what I created and want me to “getawebsite for product.” I’m working on it and it is underconstruction for the time being. until then dear readers when you search Trudi’s Treasures, here are some gems found.

1. My first discovery was of a jeweler artist in Hawaii.  Cool mahalo.

2. A lady with splendid taste selling her high end treasures in New Jersey.

3. One who is into creation of beautiful quilts in Ohio and another one in Texas.

4. Trudie’s Treasure hutz in Tacoma, WA.

5. Trudie’s Treasures in Orange City, FL.

6. Trudie’s Treasures consignment boutique in Ho-ho-kus, NJ (also on pinterest)

7. A Trudi’s Treasures on facebook.

8. A posting of Trudi’s Treasures “deviantart” online – with pics of cats included~

9. One in SCOTLAND.

10. Treasures by Trudi (another facebook).

11. Trudi’s handmade treasures (fb).

All of the above are not me!

What is cool and endearing in the common denominator (aside from treasure) is the taste and appreciation for beauty, uniqueness and solidarity.

Thankful am i to be a part of the ‘net’ flow of treasures by trudis….as there is truly “nothing new under the sun.”

Thankful for sun.

Stay tuned for my product line.

Truly,

Tru~

 

I would love to meet the salesperson who…

well, actually to meet the person whose idea it was to market 58 plus shades of grey to the auto paint industry for the past five years.

Seriously, this color covers all brands of vehicles, leaving no stone unturned: the Beamers have it, the MB’s have it, Fords, Oldsmobiles, Mazdas, on and on.

There’s a market for you:  tap into that and sell away!!! The perks have got to be over the top. I’ll bet that person is on an island somewhere enjoying the paper umbrella drink and not counting the calories, but the coins: cha-ching!

cha ching

Meanwhile, for those of us who bought, we can be found in any mall parking lot, pretending not to be lost, verifying the hubcaps, squinting for license plates and light types to distinguish whose is whose, and when we think we’re close, click the unlock button on the keyring in hopes that Lassie will answer.

Ahh… relief.

Climb into car comfort.

“Oh honey, look at that! Is that car the color of wine?

A new horizon.

Zoom ZOOM zoom.

 

 

 

 

Confession

My name is Trudi and I am a recovering IT person’s NIGHTMARE. To think that at one time I seriously believed that the regular use of computers, let alone internet and social media was a CHOICE! Now it’s mandatory. I qualify for this position. I have experience interfacing with “geeks.” My awareness and understanding increased over time from what started with a simple phone call to the IT Department (a one man office allegedly off-site). “What was the last thing you did?” and “What was on the screen before everything went black?”

“I don’t know.” “I don’t remember.”

The most fun from that conversation was my first experience with remote access. Whoa! Whoopie Goldberg and “Jumpin’ Jack Flash!”

Fast Forward.

I am now familiar with terms like “user error”  and I don’t say those words out loud anymore. The communication has changed over the years from the verbal over-the-phone to observation of his/her body language in person.

Clue #1:   an curtain of glaze over the whites of their eyes.

Clue #2:   a glance to the person behind me, if anyone, coupled with a  small step back by the right foot.

Clue #3:   a nod of the head and the anticipated “excuse me for a minute.”

My name is Trudi and thanks for your support. Keep coming back.