Wednesday, May 14, 2014

SENIOR PROM: A JANIE JUNEBUG PUBLICATION

Gentle Readers . . . and Maxwell,

A couple of my blogger friends, including The Chubby Chatterbox and Shelly of La Tejana, have written pieces for a cute online seniors' magazine (it's seniors in high school, right? 'cause we can't be senior citizens). I read their articles with pride and commented on them, but I admit, it bothered me a bit that I hadn't been published, other than on my blog, in a while.

This photo is from my senior prom.
Which girl do you think I am?

Then I received an invitation to write for the online magazine. I felt pretty darn pleased. I wrote a little somethin' somethin' that I titled "Senior Prom". It's the true story of how I met Willy Dunne Wooters.



You can find it at http://retirementandgoodliving.com/senior-prom/.

I will love you forever, not that I don't already, if you will read my article and leave a positive comment. I'd like to be invited back to Retirement and Good Living, and maybe even pop up in some other publications as well.

If you're only capable of leaving a negative comment, then please don't go. If you have a neutral comment, then I guess it's up to you.



But I'd like positive comments ever so much!


Infinities of love,

Janie Junebug




A big thank you to everyone who read the guest post by Favorite Young Man and Steph. If you missed it, you can find it

HERE.

28 comments:

  1. I'm off to check out your guest post. looking forward to it.

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    1. Thank you, good old reliable Stephen.

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  2. I loved your piece and left a comment there! I really enjoyed reading it and it is a great story.

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  3. Thank you. You are cooperative except when I want to do something nice for you. Your mantra should be "I must learn to accept gifts".

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  4. Are you the girl in yellow? Okay, I commented over there. I hope it is okay. Okay?

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    1. It's okay, and I never wear yellow.

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  5. YAY! I have to go check it out

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    1. YAY! My adorability level is at an all-time high.

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  6. I shall read and comment, 'tis the least I can do. Hopefully you'll be invited back. Wait, you want a "positive" comment? Uh oh.

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  7. I was a good boy. I followed instructions.

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    1. You may have a piece of candy, and, no, I don't mean a woman named Candy.

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  8. I enjoyed the article, Janie!
    I had a positive comment in me, who knew? Now on to Favorite Young Man's post . . . (Yes, I'm stalking you today!) :P

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  9. I didn't think my first comment went through, so now there are two comments from me on that post! Loved it, and so happy for you. XOXO
    Stephanola

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    1. Thank you, Stephanola! I love seeing your face again.

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  10. The true story of how you met Willy Dunne Wooters? I have to read that!

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    1. Oh, yeah. It's true. I actually thought he looked like Captain Kangaroo.

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  11. Was already over there. ;)
    I had never heard that song by Queen.

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    1. Me neither. I looked it up when two people mentioned it in comments.

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  12. Whoohooo!!!! I'm headed over there now~

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  13. Whoohoooo for you, Shelly! Thank you.

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  14. It's actually letting me comment on this post, ohmygosh! I'm going to make a donation for the fundraiser and if they would like to write a guest post for my blog, I would gladly put it up for them. Diabetes runs in the family and I have hypoglycemia that is controlled by my diet so it means a lot to me personally.

    Also, I'm heading over now to read your guest post. If possible, I will leave a comment. I can't tell how exactly my phone will behave though so I'm hoping for some luck.

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    1. Thank you! I'll ask them about a guest post, but I don't know if they're still raising funds. Favorite Young Man just texted me that he finished the ride and got hit by a car on his way home. He went to the ER and says he's okay.

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  15. I finally headed over...glad to have read the story! :)

    -andi

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    1. Thank you, Andi Panda. I have fabric paint in a multitude of colors. I'm going to get some sponges and cut them and use them to paint the chairs however I want.

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