Monday, November 13, 2006

This is me!



I'm being brave this week and posting my picture to my blog [it's already at ezinearticles.com]. Brave, because I really dislike having my photo taken and, generally dislike, even more, the end result. But this one's okay. I was sitting in my father's backyard last ANZAC day - March 25th, and trying not to muck up yet another phototaking session. I much prefer to be the one doing the clicking...

I decided to take the step of posting my image so that my clients would have some idea of who they were "talking" to.

So, now you know...

More articles in a few days!
Trish the Brave

7 comments:

Yvonne Perry said...

I can't imagine why you would be camera shy with such a lovely face to show the world!

Anonymous said...

Trish:

You are too funny - you seem to be a fountain of enthusiastic talent wrapped up in a slightly less than public persona: the absolutely perfect personality for a freelan, uhm, Independent Writer.

As to the dyslexic fingers? I'd say just hang in there and be thankful it's just your fingers - if the feet get involved you'll be in much bigger trouble.

Thanks for the great site and the unique view of life you bring to your subjects,

tim
http://medicalmigrant.blogspot.com/

Griefcase said...

Hi Trish, You're BEAUTIFUL!

And I know what you mean about posting a picture of one's self--yikes!--on the internet. Still it is nice to put a face with a name.

Nice blog. Nice words. Nice photo.

Hugs,

Beginnings, Middle and Ends said...

Thanks for the confidence boost everyone - you're all too good.

Trish

Anonymous said...

Hey Trish...I really like your writing style. Your words read like you are having a conversation with your readers and that is sometimes difficult to capture.

You should be a professional blogger!

Taryn
www.Musings-From-A-Writer.blogspot.com

katy said...

Coming from another person who doesn't like to be on the 'taken' side of the camera - you have nothing to worry about!
It is great to be able to put a face to words as well.

Sondra said...

I do like seeing the beauty and wisdom in your face as I read the beauty and wisdom of your words. Thanks for letting yourself be known!

-Sondra
www.creativeinsomnia.com/blog