Let’s define this, shall we?
Well, it’s an adjective as far as I can tell. See also -
- Able to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities.
- Changeable; inconstant.
Yup. That sums me up. I mean, come on! I am a nail technician turned beautician (I don’t care if three syllables of that word, drawled out properly into at least five, is even the least bit offensive to real professionals) become kung fu princess. Let’s not forget that one. From there I venture into real estate for five minutes, just long enough to spend every dime I had to meet the minimal requirements for licensing only to never make any money. Yes, all in five minutes.
Ah, then there was the days of selling home security systems door to door. Yeah, I said it, door to door - In a khaki skirt and company logo collared shirt. I did that. I made more money than I did “selling” real estate. I’m a restaurant server, in the old days known better as a waitress, and I write. Some might even call me a professional by now; I was published and paid by Play Girl.
Now, yoga teacher, server, day care provider to the children my sisters bring forth, vegetarian chef in my own mind, and let’s not forget part-time contortionist – at least that’s what the cats think I do when they observe my own yoga practice in the wee hours of the morning. Yeah, I’m highly adaptable, responsive and changeable. I’m like a Transformer muscle car with great gas mileage (give me some coffee and noodles and I’ll go for hours).
Dear Readers, I have received an award for the very merits I have outlined here for you. My friend over at http://thevalentine4.com/ (I know I should be more equipped to add links, but I’ve not figured it out yet, that’s part of my charm – go see her anyway) honored me with The Versatile Blogger Award. Thank you Desi!
In honor of this award, about which I’m most stoked, I am going to pass the buck to those deserving contortionists of literary art and bloggerly craft. This could get messy, given my talent for links and all, but following all the little high-lighted places will serve you. Consider it a yellow brick road to brilliance and inspiration.
More Than Serving Tea http://morethanservingtea.wordpress.com/
Amanda Rudd’s Blog http://amandarudd.wordpress.com/
Susie Lindau’s Wild Ride http://susielindau.com/
Fieldwork In Stilettos http://fieldworkinstilettos.com/
Freedom in a Cup http://freedominacup.wordpress.com/
Rejuvenation Lounge http://thehealthylivinglounge.com/
Sheer Chaos http://sheerchaos.wordpress.com/2012/03/18/apex/
Oh, Food Baby! http://ohfoodbaby.blogspot.com/
Jannat Writes http://jannatwrites.wordpress.com/
Christi Craig http://christicraig.com/
Contemplations of Yogash http://yogash.wordpress.com/
Mommy Wants Vodka http://www.mommywantsvodka.com/
Ma Jaya Sat Bhagavati http://blog.kashiashram.org/category/ma-jaya-blog/
Author! Author! http://www.annemini.com/?m=201203
Elephant Journal http://www.elephantjournal.com/ (They’re awesome, they DID publish me!)
As per the award rules, I’m supposed to tell ya’ll something about me that you might not have gleaned from previous posts:
1. I have extremely large feet – larger than you would ever imagine my slight frame needs.
2. I want a pet mongoose.
3. When I was a fat kid I had dreams of being a race horse jockey.
4. I was a fat kid.
5. I do not drink alcohol but believe wine to be benevolent spirits.
6. In spite of the fact that I don’t sleep at night, I secretly want to be a morning person.
7. I can eat your weight in to-fu.
If your link is up there, that means I read your stuff, want others to read your stuff and find something in the stuff that you write to be unfathomably awesome. Now, copy that little award and write a post that includes 15 of your favorite bloggers and seven little glimpses into your awesome little neurotic self. Mazel tov!