Cardinals Appear When Angels Are Near

Our Wander Life


The Cardinal:

a magnificent bird with a life span of up to 15 years. Said to symbolize hope,  joy,  health, rejuvenation and celebration.  Especially to the ones who look beyond in search of their meaning.  For those who choose to hold the Cardinal dear – you are a special type of person – rare, energetic, and always willing to care for those in need.  

Maureen Heyburn wearing her heart.

    When Maureen Heyburn moved from Washington Heights, NY to New Jersey, it was like moving to the country.  Through the kitchen window, she would spend her time getting lost in the nature around her.  Not a single creature passed her sight unnoticed or unappreciated.  She was full of excitement over every one of them, but she always talked about a little red bird in particular and how beautiful she found it to be.   The excitement she had…

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My First Post About Me

Well, here’s my first post on my new blog. I have been working on other blogs on specific topics, but I wanted to have a place to post about anything that’s not related to a specific topic.

A new blog is probably the last project I should be starting. I seem to spread myself too thin sometimes, trying to work on too many projects at once. Hopefully, this will give me a place to talk about my frustrations when I’m not sure what to work on next.

I have been working on creating my own websites. One contains downloadable products, such as ebooks and software, and the other is my main page which contains general information about all my business ventures. I have also created blogs about Pets, OCD, my journey to success, as well as a blog specific to my products website.

I am also addicted to social networking sites – Twitter, Facebook, Squidoo, etc. There are others that I have joined, such as HubPages and LinkedIn, but those are the three that I am most active with.

It’s hard work building a site when you learn as you go. It takes a long time to complete simple processes. The hardest part is trying to balance time for work, home, and web, and maybe a little fun now and then.

Well, that’s all for now. Guess I should squeeze in some time for sleep, too.

Until next time…Maureen