Who ME???

Hi, Thanks for reading this page and learning a bit about me. This blog is called Marge Katherine because I like the name. It has a nice ring to it, wouldn’t you say?

I remember a long time ago when the internet was new to me and one could keep their identity secret. Now, if you keep your identity secret, you are seen as a fraud. Hmm. Times are a-changing, aren’t they?

About Me — well, if you want to know about me, read over past posts and you’ll see bits and pieces of my world unfold.

All the best to you — MK

67 thoughts on “Who ME???

  1. Nice to meet a cosmic mirror! Thank you for sharing and visiting. Love all the helpful blogging info – and the cows. 🙂 I knew deer loved pumpkins, didn’t know cows liked them, too.

  2. Hi- thanks for including my link on your Weekly Photo Challenge “Ocean” post! Was poking around and noticed photos from Upstate New York and Syracuse… that’s my hometown, although I live in Chile now!

    • Wonderful of you to write! From the Syracuse area to Chilie – what a great adventure you are living! I’ll plan to stay tuned to your words and comments. Growing up on the north side of Syracuse, it’s always nice to see where people end up!

  3. Hi! Came across your blog through the WordPress Daily Post blog!
    Just wanted to drop in and say hi…so “Hi!” 🙂

    Will definitely coming back to check more out!

    • omg Marge, I was checking out your home page and saw my blog in your blog roll! Thank you!! 😀

      Spirituality, soul mates and such is something that I guess is much like religion. You either think of it as poppy cock or you believe in it. I doubt there is much room for sitting on the fence with stuff like that. Thanks for reading the post 🙂

  4. Wow! I salute you for what you’ve reached. Thank you very much for visiting my blog. Please be considerate with my writings since this is my second year here in the U.S.

    Happy Mother’s Day!!!

  5. Hey Marge! I am also a Rotarian! I regularly use my blog to post non-denominational invocations for use within Rotary. I have quite a few blogs about my Rotary life, since it had a profound role in my development from the time I was introduced to Rotary as a teenager. There is even a Rotary category on my blog. Nice to meet you!

  6. Wow, inside out i really love that Marge. I don’t think Ive ever had a problem with my insides not coming out maybe to much some times. I guess i’ll have to get a web site now! I remember going to the mountians with you a couple of times I have the rocks to prove it, and i need to add to that collection. Maybe i’ll drive and see ya some time.—DAVID!!!

  7. I came across your blog via Marcia (Inside Journeys).
    I just wanted to say that you have a lovely blog and you have right, sharing things that we know is the best way to let us all growing up too !

    I will definitely coming back to read your blog !

  8. Hey A+ in he school of hardknocks / hilarious sweet & I thought that was me !!! You write, you sure can write !!! Do visit patch work page 🙂

    • Thanks for checking me out! The school of hard knocks is such a great experience and can really only be appreciated in hindsight! I visited InnerDialect but am not sure what the patch work page is!

      You’re website is full of powerful words full of imagery and emotion. Very talented!

  9. I love the way you form your words, the flow is easy to read and holds my attention. You sound practical and a person of common sense. I too write from the reflections of life’s amazing adventures. Not only learning from my reflections, yet also learning from others go through. Thank you for being you.
    May blessings fall in abundance about you.

  10. Hi Christopher – thanks for your kind words. I love writing and find that when I’m loving my topic, the words form their own rhythm and dance off my keyboard. Sometimes finding a topic trips me up but I am working through that, I think.

    Your website (earthconnections.wordpress.com/earth-changes) paints a pretty picture of Montana. Isn’t wonderful when you love where you live?

  11. Thank you Marge for stopping by my blog. I appreciate it. Thank you for linking to the photo challlenge of mountain as well. I live near the NC mountains and just love all the opportunities for spiritual and physical growth they provide. Please feel free to subscribe, if you like. I am an artist and my blog is an exploration of art and ideas (a reflection of my life). I will subscribe to your blog and check it out.

    Peace and Light

      • yeah, i’ve come to understand that the really good teachers are also good students, and the really good students are also good teachers. funny world. i think everyone can probably teach something to another person. we just have to be willing to listen and observe and learning becomes fun. …fun on. i like that too. aloha.

  12. Hi. Thank you so much for posting the information on GPS tracking and smartphones. I forwarded it on immediately to my daughter – she, her husband and my adorable 2-year old granddaughter live in the states (I have moved to Australia) and upload many photos to facebook.

    We are now all changing our settings.
    btw, my sister makes gorgeous quilts – She lives in San Diego. She has made a special one for every member in our HUGE family. My daughter made a couple with her as well and she uses them – the more you wash a well-made quilt, the softer they become.

    Again, many thanks for sharing so much,
    Keli Leeba K

    • Hi Keli,
      What a wonderful post for me to read! I am so happy the information about the GPS tracking and cell phones resonated with you. It’s a strange world we live in when we have to OPT OUT of areas to protect ourselves.

      I have a lovely Mennonite quilt that I use and wash gently and it’s as soft as butter. So wonderful to wrap around me – and so lovely to look at!

      Best to you! Marge

  13. I’ve arrived at your blog through a fb posting by my sister, Carole Anderson. I find your 2012 Challenge very interesting and am considering taking the leap, although time for myself is difficult to corner lately! Looking forward to following your blog!

    • Sharon, Wonderful for me that you decided to stop by and read! Feel free to leave me a comment if and when you step outside your comfort zone. The emails that I sent to my friends and family today was scary and yet — I am meeting a whole group of amazing people! Lucky me!

  14. You never cease to amaze me. It’s like reading about another person I ever knew existed. I will very much enjoy follow your blog and thoughts. Hapy New Year, little sister….

    • Well, thanks for visiting and for following along. You may even come up with some suggestions to help me get out of my comfort zone — that nudge or better yet PUSH to get me to change things up a bit. Love ya!

  15. Why is it that with your new theme that in order to leave a comment I have to log in even though I am also with WordPress? I don’t have to do that with other blogs I comment on which are WordPress blogs.

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  17. Hello, Marge Katherine, I’m so glad you decided to join the diabeticredemption.com community! I hope you will find my Friends page, and tell me and my readers a little about yourself and your blog, and the NoCZ challenge, as well. Don’t forget URLs. I am really happy you’ve come aboard — Welcome!

  18. Thank you for visiting my blog dear Marge. I am so glad to meet you and to find your blog too. Your expressions about yourself fascinated me, especially these inside, outside expressions… How great writing and thoughts. I haven’t visited your blog yet, but I am excited now. Seems that you had a new follower now.
    With my love, nia

  19. Dear Marge, you have a wonderful eye of camera, I loved it. And also I want to add this too, the photograph at the top of the page, the flowers in front of the window, is amazing! Flowers want to come in from the window… What a beautiful touches, I am impressed so much. Thank you once again, with my love, nia

  20. Cool. I have a Masters in Ed. Was going for a MA in counseling, too, but that’s a long story…on my blog. My mom is “Nana.” Great to find you. I recognized at least two photos of other bloggers above. 🙂 Sam

  21. Hi Marge, What an interesting women you are:) Really nice to connect via our bloogs. Already enjoying your post. Like the music video. Look forward to sharing our worlds via the blog:)

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  24. Whilst browsing an abandoned Irish cottages page, I came across your pics of the Burke cemetery . It gave me a funny feeling to see my name on a headstone, Catherine Burke. Love your pics.

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