I am glad to have found you ;). My friend Fiona who lives in France posted a link to your website this weekend. I checked you out and here I am. It is not yet 8:30 in the morning here by the Chesapeake Bay in the state of Maryland, US and already I have emailed with a friend in London and agreed to write her a recommendation on Linkedin (check her out--Margaret Rooke--she's a great writer and does a lot of CSR work). Of course, I'd forgotten what it takes to make a recommendation on Linkedin so I had to Google that before I could get the job done. At Christmas while on vacation in Arizona I met Yvonne. Before that, we had known each only through our blogs. Hers is http://timetoconsiderthelilies.com/ and mine is www.blarneycrone.com. We are fast friends now. I work as an executive coach and all my clients find me through the web (www.leadershipcoachdc.com)
I am enjoying an online writing course through the Writer's Center https://www.writer.org/ and have a project to complete this morning. I saw a great recipe yesterday for a cauliflower and walnut curry--just right for our weather this week--I'll google it later today. It has been snowing since Wednesday night and so on Thursday and Friday I worked online from home.
I can't imagine the frustration of knowing you could have the world at your fingertips but being denied the opportunity to connect, learn and enjoy yourself this way. I wish World Pulse the best of luck for Women Weaving the Web.WWW: Women Weave the Web