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July 26, 2014

What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been

I bet you’d never know that just by reading this, you’re on a tour…but you are! There’s a blog tour going on and thanks to my dear bloggy girlfriend Liv By Surprise, I’m one of the stops. I don’t know where the tour actually originated from but dang, there must be at least 1,000 bloggers who have already hopped aboard and have followed the same tour guidelines of answering 3 questions and inviting 3 others. 

Before I get to the nitty-gritty protocol, I’d like you to know who Liv By Surprise is; she is funny, she is positive, and she is resilient. She gracefully writes on the aftermath of divorcing an extremely difficult man, the qualms and successes of child rearing, and so much more. She refuses to be victimized despite living through a traumatic car accident and I don’t dare call her a survivor- she hates that. So without further adu, choo choo! 

WHAT ARE YOU WORKING ON? Uhm, is there an alternative question for lazy girls like me that regularly have 17 tabs open and waste time browsing the internet instead of working on things? No? Okay…then I guess I'm working on it.

HOW DOES YOUR WORK DIFFER FROM OTHERS OF ITS GENRE?  What the heck, did James Lipton draft these questions? My writing is exactly what it is, my writing. And since I have yet to meet another me, I am the only Dizmommy out there writing about whether or not her son will grow up and be a serial killer. 

HOW DOES YOUR WRITING/CREATIVE PROCESS WORK? Finally an easy question! I sit in front of the computer with a black cup of coffee, hoover my hands over the keyboard, quiet my mind and sit still. Then, I type the first sentence that the silence produces and before you know it, we’re going places. My process is completely dependent on good old fashion divine inspiration. 

But wait! There’s more! Here are three bloggers I’d like to invite on this never-ending tour:

 Rachel - Craving Some Creativity: She's clever, she's thoughtful, and she has a beautiful heart. Rachel is the kind of girl that anyone can get along with. I feel like I've known her for years! I wish I had just an ounce of her talents

Julia – Everyday Momma: Julia packed up and moved across the country to raise her son in California because that's where she dreamt of living. I love people that are ballsy and bold enough to follow their dreams! Plus, this one can get down and dirty when it comes to messy play. No joke.

Danielle – Dancing with my Daughter: Danielle is one of my first bloggy friends, our kids are 1 month a part in age and we've bonded over new mom problems and watching our babies grow up in two very different parts of the world....she lives in New Zealand!

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