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Childhood dreams

To start things off, I want to give a huge shout out and “Thank you!” to my gracious and multi-talented friend, Ashley Martin, for helping me set up this blog/website. She’s an amazing author with her own blog: It’s worth a look-see, especially if you enjoy literary fun and a quirky sense of humor.

In my “About” page, I touch upon one of my childhood dreams of living in France and how God had other plans for me. I’ve had one more significant dream ever since I learned to read: I wanted to become a published author…before the age of 40. That dream has yet to come true. And while I still have a few more years to go before my self-imposed deadline, it’s the main reason why I’ve started this blog/website. I’m not sure where it’s going to go, or even where it’s supposed to go (God is slowly teaching me to think in terms of twenty-four-hour increments rather than twenty-four-day increments), but I’ve called it Scattered Whimsy to allow me the freedom to share some of the other projects I turn to when my writing goes south. Which it does. All too often.

So, welcome to a little piece of my world and be sure to pop back in every once in a while to see how I’m faring on this, my latest adventure.

~Laurie Germaine


2 thoughts on “Childhood dreams

  1. I don’t even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post was good.
    I don’t know who you are but certainly you are going to a famous blogger
    if you aren’t already 😉 Cheers!


  2. Having spent time in your home and seeing all your “loves”, I am happy to see this site and your ability to combine your love of writing with your love of creating tangible crafty items. Your home is truly filled with your ability to create the “one of a kind” decor. Looking forward to seeing more of your blogs in the future.


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