Recent Reviews for Sandie Angel
Little Miss Alice and the Bookworm (Book) - 3/17/2009 4:00:09 AM|
Sandie congrats again on your book "Little Miss Alice and the Bookworm."
All the best to you,
The Crying Princess (Book) - 12/1/2008 4:42:34 PM
I've read THE CRYING PRINCESS, from first to last, from "Once upon a time," to "...lived hapily ever after." Simply holding the book in my hands transports me back to childhood innocense. It took me back to childhood dreams of waking one morning to find out I was really born a princess. I look down from my bedroom loft to see below me-- my royal mother and father. And life changes for me forever, for I am now a princess. Thank you Ms Joyce for sending the royal carriage in the form of your book THE CRYING PRINCESS.
You will be drawn into the story and discover why the Princess Elysia crys crystal droplets and why Twilight the flying fish tells her "... We must be calm."
You will see for yourself the fantasy beings that live in the Princess's world by many illustrations. You will see a tiny purple dragon that lands in the middle of the princess's palm, a white-winged horse, Reddy the dragon and a fussy-girly creature that looks like a cat.
I read the book for my own pleasure. But, oh--to have a child sit on my lap, boy or girl, and read the story out loud. Transport yourself back to childhood, for in THE CRYING PRINCESS you will encounter challenges aplenty, interesting life forms and most of all a royal future to be planned! Thank you Ms Joyce for carring me back to childhood on the back of a red dragon!
The Crying Princess (Book) - 6/28/2008 2:35:45 PM
Sandie you are a wonderful writer and illustrator as well.
Blessings and congrats on all your works.
The Crying Princess (Book) - 2/3/2008 11:03:33 AM
Wow! Sandie your art is very detailed to the tile on the floor, the palace is gorgeous and the story imaginative.
Doogie and I are SO proud that YOU are ARE friend :)!
We love you,
Sandy and Doogie
The Crying Princess (Book) - 2/2/2008 12:15:11 PM
Congrats on your book Sandie
You've come a long way since I first
I know Buddy is proud of you Sandie.
Your art work is very original and fantastic.
With love hugs,
The Crying Princess (Book) - 2/1/2008 6:38:55 PM
Sounds delightful, Sandie; congrats!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Sandie's Happy Tear (Book) - 9/23/2006 1:07:58 PM
Sandie I think that your illustrations are wonderful, I have plans of ordering several of your children's books very soon. I teach first grade in Manchester Kentucky and am always looking for educational, diverse as well as inspirational books to read to my beautiful 21 six year old students. I am looking forward to ordering, recieving and reading your books they look wonderful.
Lenny and Teddy (Book) - 9/23/2006 5:06:32 AM
The story line is delightful! Drawings are great !...........M
Lenny and Teddy (Book) - 3/26/2006 4:19:30 AM
This looks like a fun book for children.
Sandie's Happy Tear (Book) - 9/10/2005 2:11:10 PM
Aweeeeee Sandi- what a imagination you have- Go for it! Kids will love em' all- WARmly,Sheee
Legend of The Chinese New Year (Short Story) - 12/31/2012 10:20:57 AM
Loved the history lesson, Sandie. I did hear about the year of the rat, pig, dragon, etc. You explain it very well by leading with questions and then answering by legends and tradition. I think the monster that comes by once a year has been replaced by the IRS in the USA. What tradition do you celebrate in Toronto?
Legend of The Chinese New Year (Short Story) - 1/26/2012 2:10:55 AM
I don't know how I missed this one, but I am glad I found it now, great story Sandie, and you are such a talented artist as well as a story teller!!!
In Christs Love
Legend of The White Snake Lady (Short Story) - 7/25/2011 12:47:55 AM
Wonderful story Sandie...I enjoyed this one very much. Thank you for sharing it.
Legend of The Moon Goddess and The Moon Festival (Short Story) - 7/24/2010 1:34:38 PM
Ghostly Encounters (Short Story) - 6/20/2010 8:30:34 PM
Not crazy at all, Sandie. There are many things in this world that science cannot explain. Thank you for sharing your most interesting experience. Love and best wishes to you,
Ghostly Encounters (Short Story) - 4/20/2010 8:48:04 AM
FROM THE BEGINNING, IN THE GARDEN, THERE HAS BEEN THE SPIRIT OF GOD AND THE SPIRT NOT OF GOD. I THINK IT IS NATURAL FOR ONE TO BE INTRIGUED BY THOSE THINGS THAT HAPPEN, WHICH THEY FEEL THEY HAVE NO EXPLANATION FOR. BUT YOU KNOW WHAT AMAZES ME? THE HOLY 'GHOST', THE SPIRT OF GOD, SHOWS HIMSELF IN SO MANY TANGIBLE WAYS(MIRACLES) AND YET...PEOPLE SEEM TO FIND IT SO HARD TO 'BELIEVE' THAT HE DOES EXIST...THEY TURN AWAY. I AM SO GLAD TO ATTEST TO THE FACT THAT ALL OF MY 'GHOSTLY ENCOUNTERS' HAVE BEEN BEAUTIFUL ONES. THANKS FOR SHARING AND GOD BLESS, LOVE, JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Ghostly Encounters (Short Story) - 3/27/2010 2:18:37 PM
I AM SOOOOO SCARED NOW!! THANKS SANDIE, NOW I NEED THAROPY TO COPE, AGAIN. This is very good writing; I do feel the fear and the chills building, as I read this. WoW!
Ghostly Encounters (Short Story) - 3/5/2010 9:32:18 AM
Sandie, I truly enjoyed reading this story, and believe that there are "ghosts" or "spirits" who continue to walk among us...even if only in shadows. Your story was well written, and I felt your heart beating as if I were in that office in the dark of night. We don't have to be crazy to believe in paranormal activity, as everyday more and more truths are coming to light that in the past were considered to be "in our minds or ridiculous!" Good work, and keep writing, because you definitely have a lot to share. hugs, lindalaw
Legend of The White Snake Lady (Short Story) - 3/18/2009 2:20:15 PM
This is a sweeping tale for the ages. Your writing is strong like a dragon with fire and passion to singe the senses, and cunning and slippery like a snake to escape from the reader's clutches when he thinks he has the story figured out. I hope you will continue to pen these wise old stories to share with the this world who in its age age and pain has forgotten how to dream again.
Ghostly Encounters (Short Story) - 9/3/2008 7:39:44 PM
No, Sandie, You're not crazy. I lived in a 100 yr old haunted house for six years, with six kids, five in their teens. They were all a bit psychic and constantly saw ghosts, heard them and very strange things happened there. I figure it was poltergeist activity from hormonal teens, until the night I heard the house breathe. Many of our encounters are in my memoir, . . .And The Whippoorwill Sang, a funny, poignant, sad story of the loss of one of my teens to a dwi vehicular accendent, a block away from the haunted house. So I'm a believer!!
Ghostly Encounters (Short Story) - 7/22/2008 2:14:58 AM
Sandie, as you suggested I read and enjoyed this story. I do believe and understand what you are saying, my sister, her husband and litte one lived in a house supposedly built on an Indian burial ground. This may sound like an old wife's tale but I spent many nights there babysitting and I could tell you more than a few things that happened while I was there. However I do not fear ghosts for someone very wise said it is not the dead we should fear but the living.
Ghostly Encounters (Short Story) - 6/26/2008 10:46:13 PM
I really enjoyed this story. We believe in ghosts.My mother is still at our home sometimes, especially if some one is ill. She died in 2002.. We used to hear noises in the kitchen and some times seea shadow , or here some one speaking our name. ...M
Ghostly Encounters (Short Story) - 6/23/2008 5:54:54 PM
This is very entertaining. I myself am a bit into paranormal stuff. I think that ghosts do exist and I can almost feel your heartbeat racing while sitting alone with nothing but a few overhead lights to keep you company on that cold chilly winter evening while your memory goes back to the stories told by Peter...makes me want to say Boo!...very very nicely written.
Hugs to you
Legend of The Moon Goddess and The Moon Festival (Short Story) - 6/6/2008 6:47:01 PM
Admirable writes and insights into Chinese mythology.
Definately in my opinion Americans could learn an abundance from the Oriental society and traditions, to be appreciated and respected.
Blessings and take care,
Ghostly Encounters (Short Story) - 6/6/2008 6:44:06 PM
Sandie your narrative was entertaining and well written, an easy flowing read in fact. Yes, I remember when you wrote us about the strange goings on at the workplace and some of the stories the guy told you.
Must admit I like those ghost hunter quests on television the type of enactments as to whether they are true or not, makes us even more inquisitive.
Smile and blessings take care as always,
Ghostly Encounters (Short Story) - 5/30/2008 10:47:03 AM
I usually don't read long stories, but your title captivated me and once I started reading I couldn't stop. I think most of us grew up on ghost stories and there is so much intrigue and suspense in reading them. I really enjoyed your story.
Legend of The Moon Goddess and The Moon Festival (Short Story) - 3/27/2008 3:23:40 PM
Thank you Sandie May. I agree with Regis and Sage. Just yesterday I was talking with my spouse's mother about the dedication the Chinese people have to family, work, and worship. It would be wonderful if the whole world could actually follow these values, that have been handed down through the centuries.
I also agree with Sandra Mushi, that Hou Lin should have been punished too, but then where would the legend be of the Moon Goddess.
Thank you for sharing this part of your heritage. I really enjoyed reading this.
May the Lord Jesus bless you, and those whom you love, and be with you always, and at your side constantly. With much love in my heart, joy to the world, peace one earth, & ((((((((((MANY WONDERFUL SISTERLY HUGGGGSSSS)))))))))), your little sister, Barbie
Legend of The Chinese New Year (Short Story) - 2/18/2008 12:11:04 AM
Very interesting. Enjoyed.
Legend of The Moon Goddess and The Moon Festival (Short Story) - 2/18/2008 12:08:56 AM
A wonderful story. Thanks for sharing.
Legend of The Moon Goddess and The Moon Festival (Short Story) - 12/27/2007 10:22:00 PM
Poor Chang O! Hou Yin should have been punished too for his greediness. Like Marygrace wrote - a timeless message you have here, Sandie.
Merry Christmas and God bless,
Legend of The White Snake Lady (Short Story) - 9/29/2007 6:14:14 PM
Delightful piece of work.
Rooster Henry (Short Story) - 9/29/2007 5:56:10 PM
A delightful story, Sandie. "All is well that ends well." Love and best wishes,
Legend of The White Snake Lady (Short Story) - 9/29/2007 5:40:54 PM
A fine story and legend, Sandie. I don't know how I missed it back in February. Thank you. Love and best wishes,
Legend of The Moon Goddess and The Moon Festival (Short Story) - 3/12/2007 7:24:00 PM
Sandi, what a lovely story! How wonderful to have legends passed down... Thanks for sharing! Beautiful illustration, too! Blessings, Amy S
Legend of The Moon Goddess and The Moon Festival (Short Story) - 3/6/2007 7:38:48 PM
I enjoyed the story Sandi. The legand sends out a timeless message!....M
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 12/6/2013 11:07:56 AM
Glad you've found a job that you can work and have fun at the same time. Sounds like a great job for beginning your working career. Can't wait to read more of this.
Nancie O'Reily (Your friend in FB - Hope to see you back soon)
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 12/6/2013 11:01:58 AM
Sandie, your writing is so lively, I love everything about it. Please keep up the wonderful work! Thank you for sharing!
Nancie O'Reily (your friend from FB)
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 11/16/2013 7:06:32 AM
WoW - very deep and lovely poem.
I enjoyed every bucket (so to speak).
It's been a while.
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 9/30/2011 7:50:02 AM
Glad to see you back
PEACE & love BE WITH YOU
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 1/10/2011 2:34:39 PM
This beautiful poem from the depth of a lonely tear
Sure is welcome to share its words here.
I bet there's a lot of other heart felt poems in those buckets.
Dump them here.
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 12/24/2010 4:26:01 PM
Sounds like you take a wise stand in the end of this.
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 6/28/2010 11:04:52 AM
Aawww. Don't put the words back in your pocket, they are always worth something. Keep writing.
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 6/14/2010 7:15:05 AM
Awww so sad but very well done sweet lady..sure have missed you, I posted a poem last week..Its been rough.. but I will survive.. hope all is well with you and your loving family... stay safe and always well sweet lady..Hugsss much love to you
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 6/7/2010 8:11:00 PM
I salute you on this one, Sandie. Been there a few times and thank God i was able to kick one out each time... :) Peace and love to you, my friend.
Love and hugs,
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 5/23/2010 8:38:29 PM
Such a sad depiction, Sandie...I know your words are worth tears because I can certainly feel them while reading this. I hope you will take the words out of your pocket and put them on paper--oops...a harddrive--with MS Word...um um! Yes, create some more....
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 5/17/2010 9:04:09 AM
sensitive souls still value tears, even if others do not
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 5/3/2010 4:13:18 AM
Awww, I love this and the last line is very creative and powerful my friend! xxx
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 5/1/2010 8:46:09 AM
YOU ARE A POET SANDIE AND YOUR 'WORDS' ARE ALWAYS WORTH SOMETHING...TO SOMEBODY. I LOVED THIS WORK AND CAN'T WAIT TO READ WHAT YOU HAVE IN YOUR POCKET (SMILE). THANKS FOR SHARING AND LOVE, JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/24/2010 7:05:18 PM
Creative and wise and great fun to read. Where have I run into that
combination before? Oh, yes. At Sandie Angel's place.
Keep surpassing yourself, you are going to need weights to keep you
from flying into the stratosphere, my friend.
Always, always, stay you,
xOx 'Pea' xOx
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/23/2010 8:17:53 AM
Good conception of the "Feeling" that is expressed throughout this write. Hoping this is just an experimental write dealing with such emotion and not something you are experiencing at this time.
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/22/2010 7:34:10 PM
I'm sad that you are sad, Sandie, but this is a great poem. It has an innocent resignation about it that can only come from strength.
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/22/2010 3:35:07 AM
This is a poem I can relate to these past few days...I must be visiting the same town...I love the way you have written this poem, stellar poetry, Sandie, nicely done!
Much peace, love, and light,
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/21/2010 5:18:20 PM
A saddish sort of piece, Sandy...hope you are well...ed
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/21/2010 4:18:10 PM
This is a beautifully written poem, Sandie.
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/21/2010 1:57:41 PM
Expertly crafted piece my friend. But I am sorry you feel so blue. I wish I could help YOU.
GOD BLESS YOU
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/21/2010 12:45:27 PM
Well done Sandie, think I have visted there as well, I love your style Sandie...
In Christs Love
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/21/2010 12:10:08 PM
...love the name of this town..and your story goes hand and hand...really enjoyed! ... is there a smile town near by??? lol
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/21/2010 11:55:22 AM
Sad but honest and so metaphorically effective in sharing the meaning intended. Thank you, Sandie. Love, strength, and my very best wishes to you,
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/21/2010 10:33:22 AM
Awesome write, China girl! This says alot! It's funny how some towns are named or "dubbed"...something went on there long ago...come back and see us, Sandie.
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/21/2010 8:28:53 AM
Thanks, my friends! Sorry I'm still in Tears Town this morning. Will get back to everyone's writing soon. XXX
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/21/2010 7:53:49 AM
So sad, Sandie; are you okay?? You are ever in my prayers!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :(
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/21/2010 7:39:29 AM
You BETTER get them back out of your pocket! You write beautiful, heartfelt words.
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/21/2010 7:37:46 AM
Sad write, Sandie. Stay strong and God bless.
Tears Town Revisited (Poetry) - 4/21/2010 7:29:22 AM
As long as you write, your words ARE worth it - the joys, AND the tears. Sad one today ... said a prayer for ya just now.
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/16/2010 12:49:24 PM
AURGH!!! Outlandish Miss Chan!!
I would never tolerate such vulgarity at the work place
this woman is outragiously in need of brick wall!
She should have been reported & most definetly stood up to
I surely would have for myself & also for another woman
but as for the flirting, well it happens we all flirt
& some of us on purpose & some of us without realizing
his lip biting was an invitation to approach him...
and of course leaning into another persons "zone" is too
offering forms of intimacy...
Love & Blessings
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/14/2010 11:28:10 AM
I am very intrigued by your first job...I can't wait to read on...very interesting details, Sandie...it's all so understandable and you take us on a journey and I just know it's leading up to something...but what? 'Til next entry...be well.
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/13/2010 9:00:26 PM
You're telling the story well. Big Miss Chan is going to brew you some trouble in the next installment, I can tell. --Charlie
My First Job...continues...Part 2 (Poetry) - 4/13/2010 8:51:33 PM
...hmmm, makes me feel how ungrateful we are here for our plethora of toy things. Sometimes less really is more. --Charlie
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 4/13/2010 8:45:23 PM
This is great, May. I can hear your voice in it. --Charlie
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/12/2010 2:59:08 PM
Company politics. So far, everything is predictable, including the attention to you.
My First Job...continues...Part 2 (Poetry) - 4/12/2010 2:48:26 PM
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 4/12/2010 2:39:15 PM
I like the reality check. So glad you didn't wreck your brain at such a tender age.
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/12/2010 9:12:06 AM
a well penned part of your story, enjoyed.
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/12/2010 5:19:29 AM
Well penned Sandie, you tell your stories well
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/11/2010 7:55:09 PM
Enjoy reading your stories because they are always so clear...
Be always safe,
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/11/2010 6:46:26 PM
Sandie as always awesome job, it reads very well, and parts of it brought a smile to my face, and laughter to my heart, thank you so much for sharing
In Christs Love
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/11/2010 6:28:31 PM
Very intriguing and it steers well, too. I fell into the story and was seeing that lady raging around the company. I had some chuckles and laugher here and there, as well. Thanks for another good portion of your story. Enjoy!
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/11/2010 5:53:50 PM
Sandie,,Intriguing story..look forward to the next part :)
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/11/2010 3:37:51 PM
Both interesting and intriguing,you've had some
very special experiences, Sandie!
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/11/2010 3:25:51 PM
keep up the good work, Sandie ....
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/11/2010 11:50:49 AM
Reads very well indeed. I look forward to the continuation.
GOD BLESS YOU
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/11/2010 9:11:42 AM
Excellent account of events, Sandie. Thanks for sharing. Love and best wishes,
My First Job...continues...Part 3 (Poetry) - 4/11/2010 8:31:04 AM
Brava!!!! Look forward to more. xxx
My First Job...continues...Part 2 (Poetry) - 4/11/2010 8:30:28 AM
You're a great weaver of stories! x
My First Job...continues...Part 2 (Poetry) - 4/3/2010 7:59:47 PM
I have been following your First Job...Canton, China has gifted us with a happy China girl we're all lucky to be in the talented company of...I've said it for years, China girl, your colored pencils are the sharpest in the drawer...keep on! We love you, Sandie Angel! Happy Ostara to you and Buddy...
My First Job...continues...Part 2 (Poetry) - 3/29/2010 3:08:15 AM
Excellent write, Sandie; you take us there in vivid, compelling writing! Well done; brava!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. ;D
My First Job...continues...Part 2 (Poetry) - 3/28/2010 8:42:50 PM
Goodness, Congratulations Sandy with this wonderful write. Creativity at its best and kept my interest all the way through, very imaginative and different. Appears you are branching outward...
Be always safe,
My First Job...continues...Part 2 (Poetry) - 3/28/2010 1:32:28 PM
I wanna see and be there--can I?! I love it; you are very good in the telling of the story--I envy and enjoy you all in the same. Very good story, Sandie.
My First Job...continues...Part 2 (Poetry) - 3/28/2010 11:19:53 AM
You get the reader right into the story, Sandie. I find this interesting particularly because of the autobiographical aspect of it. Love and best wishes,
My First Job...continues...Part 2 (Poetry) - 3/28/2010 4:05:27 AM
I love this childhood dream cone true.
I hope you get to play with more than one or two.
My First Job...continues...Part 2 (Poetry) - 3/28/2010 3:45:19 AM
It seems you have decided to "branch out" in regard to your writing, Sandie, and that bodes well for you. The thing about autobiographical writing you must be careful to not embellish things more than they were. Embellishment is unavoidable because after all, you are a writer and writers do get carried away at time. I know I had to fight daily to keep my own memoir on the straight and narrow this, although I didn't comment on it, I decided to use this to say what I wanted to say. I am pleased that you feel the need to cast your words to the world concerning your life and what you have gone through. Each of us have stories, but not all are brave enough to tell theirs publicly. Good luck.
My First Job...continues...Part 2 (Poetry) - 3/28/2010 3:14:32 AM
Thanks Fee! I can't wait either to have this book in print. This one is going to be a long story. A lot of things had happened during this period of my life. I will write them out in this book.
Sandie Angel :o)
Thank you Anthony!! I appreciate your comments too!! :o)
My First Job...continues...Part 2 (Poetry) - 3/28/2010 3:07:03 AM
You keep this story alive by telling it with your heart and it is an enjoyable read...can definately see a book in this one Sandie...can't wait to read more of this.
My First Job...continues...Part 2 (Poetry) - 3/28/2010 2:39:04 AM
Wow I would love to work there. I am a big kid at heart. This is a very good prose. Like all of your writings in the past I found it very east to read and follow. I like this whole idea and format.
GOD BLESS YOU
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/27/2010 9:27:17 PM
You know Sandie that in job interviews I never asked what my pay rate would be. I let them tell me in the interview, which most employers do. But I have had interviews like the one you write aobut here, and later on when I beat myself up about it, I have to laugh because I don't really think he was really expecting any real answers or questions. I am glad the interview landed you a job, and I had to do basically the same thing from my paycheck too because we needed the funds. But I was still able to put a little away each check so I could move in to my own place. Thank you for sharing this elightening piece.
May the Lord Bless you, and those whom you love, and be with you always, and walk by your side. With love in my heart, joy to the world, peace on earth, & ((((((((((MANY WONDERFUL SISTERLY HUGGGGSSSS)))))))))), your den sister Barbie
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/24/2010 4:18:50 PM
Sandie, this is just so real. It happens to many people esp. in my country. I am looking forward to reading more of you. Peace and love in Christ.
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/24/2010 2:23:26 AM
This is the beginning of a great biography, and I hope it turns milestones, like this one, throughout. It is very interesting, how you write.
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/23/2010 5:01:16 PM
glad o see you are back, interesting read
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/23/2010 7:04:27 AM
I think that you were brave and at that age, who would know what questions to ask? You did well, look forward to more. xxx
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/22/2010 5:27:22 AM
Sandie you pulled me right into the moment. Enjoyed your story.
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/22/2010 1:43:37 AM
Very well written, Sandie
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/21/2010 3:37:04 PM
I am so glad to see you posting and writing again, you have been misssed
In Christs Love
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/21/2010 12:49:45 PM
Enjoyed this write...and yes these are the times that instill such big influences that last always..look forward to the cont. welcome back, hope all is well!
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/21/2010 11:45:20 AM
Great write Sandie,and I look forward to the rest! ET
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/21/2010 9:38:55 AM
What a story. You believed your way into a job. What a hoot. Sorry you had to hand the whole thing over. I would have demanded something from my paycheck but I guess that is the difference of cultural upbrinings. Love it. Liz
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/21/2010 9:14:11 AM
It didnít really matter anyway, for I had to surrender my whole pay check to her every time I got paid, because the family needed the funds.
A great anecdote, Sandie. I enjoyed this and it is very nice to read you again. Your story reminds me of when we (the children) worked during the summers and we also turned our money over to our parents to help ends meet. Thank you. Love and best wishes,
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/21/2010 7:50:25 AM
Hi Sandie, It really is great to read from YOU again. It brings back memories for me, although after I was discharged from the Navy I had my pick of trainee jobs. Please keep writing here I used to enjoy reading your stories very much.
GOD BLESS YOU
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/21/2010 7:13:55 AM
Yes, I, too, hope a lot of young people read this, Sandie...it should be prescribed text...they would learn a lot and maybe appreciate what it's really like when you have to try hard.
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/21/2010 4:50:14 AM
I hope lots of young people read this, Sandie. Far too many youngsters today expect everything to be just handed to them, without any work involved, at all.
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/21/2010 4:27:09 AM
Thanks Karen and Fee!! Yeah, I went to work at 15. Was pulled out from school. Me,along with another brother of mine went to work, while the other siblings stayed back in school. Reason was that me and my brother were not making good grades; but it was alright I don't resent that, I was happy to be out of school anyway. Later, I caught up in colleges over here in Canada. I just had to take a test before to see if I was qualified to be in college, and I did passed the test. I'm happy at how things had turned out to be.
Sandie Angel :o)
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/21/2010 4:18:47 AM
Well I can certainly empathize with this one for I started work when I was fourteen, went to school all day then worked from 4 till 8 five days a week...and yea the majority of my money went to helping out in a household of eight mouths to feed.
My First Job Offer Part 1 (Poetry) - 3/21/2010 3:43:24 AM
Great write, Sandie; well done!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D