Catching Up :-)

About Lynn Terry

I'm best known online for my Internet Marketing Blog and my Low Carb Diet blog (where I also talk about my fun travel adventures). But there is SO much more to me than work, food & travel. Which is why we're here. ;-) So let your hair down and let's have some REAL fun! *cheers*

4 Responses to “Catching Up :-)”

  1. Gary November 27, 2012 at 7:41 pm #

    Hey Lynn,

    Yep, been a while. Been busy eh?

    So sorry to hear your “Deer Infinity” story. It actually sounds like the oil just got drained somehow which resulted in a cooked engine. It could have been unnoticed damage from the accident. The impact maybe cracked the oil pan and allowed the oil to leak out very gradually over time.

    I sure hope that someone steps up for you. These type of things don’t usually happen unless you hit something, (which you kinda did)

    Really glad you have the rental clause on your insurance and you also have roadside assistance. (both worth their weight in gold when needed)

    Me, I’ve been following some of Tony Ladig’s courses. Loved the Engaging with Stories that came as a bonus with The sales one he has just finished up.

    Thanks for doing the webinar with him.

    Oh and I just bought a Roku to play with.

    I hope you are having an AWESOME writing at the coffee shop day! 🙂

    smiles, 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

    p.s. Our writing group has just released four new books. They are all on Amazon. I must make a list of all of our published books. There must be at least twenty or so. (pause)… Maybe more. Yes, I think more… 😀

    • Lynn Terry November 28, 2012 at 6:18 pm #

      Thanks Gary – very cool!! 😀

  2. Wade Watson November 28, 2012 at 10:33 am #

    It sounds like your doing your part to support the local economy– the auto repair folks, anyway. To some of us, “all souped up” means a car with a great stereo and amenities, but to others of us it means a great engine, suspension, and such.

    BTW, a strange, shadowy figure walks past the window toward the end. I hope it’s somebody you know.

    • Lynn Terry November 28, 2012 at 6:17 pm #

      That was my son. 🙂 I don’t know much about engines and suspensions and such, but I did buy an Infiniti… seemed like a good quality choice. 😉

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