Hey guys, I just updated my app once again for WordPress and I want to see if it will work. If you have any suggestions on what I should do becuase it is not working becuase I just tried, please leave a comment. Anything will help becuase I am stuggling with this app becuase I want to publish my posts on my iPad not the computer. Oh well. It’s okay.
You learn something New every Day: Well, I finally got my iPad keyboard to work, so I found a fun fact to go along with that. Did you know that HP, Google, Microsoft, and Apple have one thing in common which is that all of them were started in garages.
Came from: http://www.youngupstarts.com/2011/05/03/10-big-businesses-that-started-in-a-garage/
Maybe I could bring my iPad to them and they could fix my stupid keyboard then I would not have to worry about it crashing again. Oh well. Life is all about crashing, but what we need to do is get right back up and continue on. A few days ago, my mom knew I was really stressed about school and my homework load, but came in my room anyway to read me a line she heard on TV. She read it from a piece of paper that she had scrounged up hurriedly while listening to the line being said. The line was: “She stood in the storm, and when the wind did not blow her way, she adjusted her sails.”
After I thought about it for a while, I said thanks to my mom and she left the room. Little did I know that the woman who said it, Elizabeth Edwards, died of breast cancer in 2010 after a long fight with it earlier and having the terrible experience of having to live through it again. I can not imagine having to live through that and still have a positive outlook on life. What this quote says to me is that life is all about crashing, but not falling. You are a strong person and you deserve to be on this earth. You can make it through the storm and when it is calm and peaceful, adjust your sails or do anything else to make yourself sturdy again. Life is a storm, but we can see its peaceful and tranquil side too. We just have to hold on because it will be okay. This quote hits home for me because I have a relative who is also battling cancer and it has reoccurred multiple times. I want her to get better because I love her so much. I pray everyday for her and I hope she will get better. Elizabeth Edwards was a strong woman and her poetry will last forever as will her contributions as an attorney and the memories she shared with her loved ones. God Bless.