Monday, 26 April 2010

Beautiful evening: My Village.

Prawn salad... FTW!

Taken for granted

No matter what is happening in my life, good or bad I am embarrassed
to admit that sometimes I take the important things in my life for
granted.
It often takes some gentle reminder for me to snap out of the self
pity and chasing dreams to land back in the realm of reality and to
appreciate those things around me.
My family. My Wife and Son, these are things that count. That matter.
Without these there would be no purpose for me.
We are all dealt a hand in life- it is up to each of us choose the
game to play that hand.
Facebook and other social media platforms allows us all a snippit of
other's lives, we can sometimes easily judge another without right or
fact. The only person who should really be judging you is YOU. So take
this moment to take a look at the people around you. They are but a
moment in your life, a moment that does not last forever.

I am so happy with my "hand" in this life. Things could always be
better- it is I am sure human nature to strive for better!
Not in respect of my family, I love them unconditionaly and without
judgement.

In the words of James Blunt " your beautiful, your beautiful. There
must be an angel with a smile on her face when she thought I should be
with you!"

Enjoy your Day.

Lee Martin
Sent from iPhone 3G

Thursday, 15 April 2010

Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Twitter- Why?

It's days like these that I wonder why I tweet? I enjoy the
involvement and being part of something but why leave mince pies out
every day when Santa only comes once a year?

My point is, obviously my content is not interesting enough to warrant
conversation otherwise I would not be seemingly 'tweeting' to myself!

Is Social Media discriminatory?
Do you need to be a certain 'type' to fully be welcomed into the fold?
Or is it a lot less complicated than that?

There are many people out there who have made social media their
business and make a reasonable living from it. Open and visible
companies who adopt social media as a norm are doing very well. People
love to talk to people- that is no secret. So where am I going wrong?

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