Miss Awesomeness – OT branding
I don’t know if all y’all have noticed that the blog now links to missawesomeness.com….not sure if that affects your RSS feeds or not. I eventually want to try to build up missawesomeness with products etc as I have lots of inventions….just haven’t gotten them all the way to production yet. It’s part of my future though, LOL. My talented friend Kellie of fuelhaus.com (branding company) designed this logo for me….she was showing me its rough draft hence the little eyedropper tool in there….I love it. 🙂 I want to maybe have Abilitations sell my inventions, but I’m concerned about the future as eventually I’d love to host my own products and perhaps those of TherapyFunZone.com! Tonya of that site is my online OT website mentor as she gets tons more page views than I do….although I’m getting up there. I think last month I had almost 10,000 page views! 🙂 And I’m finally over the 300,000 mark! Of course it took me 5 years to get there, haha. Oops off on the tangent. Back to Miss A….
I have a lot of kids who either call me Miss Awesome or Miss Awesomeness…they remember it way better than Miss Karen…and a lot of their parents and/or teachers call me that too. The other day though I was frantically loading stuff into my car because I was acidentally blocking end of day traffic (long story, I would NEVER do that normally, I think it’s evil) anyway – I finally realized a kid was saying “Miss Awesome” to me repeatedly and turned around and he was just wanting to say hi. I was like awww lol. And when I walk into this one classroom for my kid all the other kids say in a chorus “Good morning Miss Awesome” AHAHAHAHA….
Of course plenty more call me Miss Karen and there are many many times in which I am NOT miss awesome. Like on Thursday morning when I was on day 2 of a juice cleanse that I was doing with a few co-workers. Man, I’m a pretty nice person, but it’s a good thing I didn’t have access to weapons that morning!! Sugar withdrawal = headache = not a nice person. Just kidding, kind of. I was still appropriate but internally, whooie.