Last week during one of our breaks at work our memories went back to the eighties. Oh, the 80's. Much Fun! Although I was older than the others in the room, by about ten years, we all remembered M.C. Hammer and having our "hammer pants" and the dance. Before you knew it, four grown women were dancing like M.C. Hammer. As if this wasn't silly enough, the Vanilla Ice slide came into play since he was a "Hammer Wanna-be" with his pants. Oh my gosh, my cheeks hurt and so did some of the muscles in my butt from dancing like I did in high school.
With the dancing out the way and a few days later I remembered this picture of Heidi and I in our very hammer pants. I had a few pairs. Ones with the flap thing across the front and ones without. Both were very cool, trust me.
Anyway, the point of this T.O.P.'s Tuesday is to remember our pasts. I understand not everyone has wonderful and joyful memories to recollect BUT I am positive there is something good and beautiful in your life to remember. Some will need to think harder than others but we all have at least one. What is yours?
Yesterday I released Where's Heidi? One Sister's Journey as a Kindle download!! It was an exciting day. When the Waves Subside: There is Hope is also available on Kindle. Have you downloaded your copy today? Print copies are available on Amazon or at the River's End Bookstore in Oswego, New York.
Book Signings/Speaking Engagements:
June 7 - 8: Speaking at a women's retreat
June 19th: Speaking and book signing at the CNY Art Center in Fulton, New York
July 3 - 5th: Presenting and attending the Christian Writer's Gathering at Delta Lake Bible Conference in Rome, New York
July 17th: Sharing and signing with a Women's Bible Study who used "Where's Heidi?" for their book club/Bible Study
Are you looking for a summer speaker or are you interested in hosting a book signing? Contact me today! You can use the link on my site, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or message me through Facebook. Have a great day and get up and dance!
It's not Hammertime now, It's summer time...Road trip anyone?
Lisa M Buske
P.O. Box 323