Wheezy Tweet doesn't have an easy life. She lives in a foster home run by the tyrannical Mrs. Bodely; she suffers from multiple disabilities; and despite her many medications, she still sees monsters everywhere. To make matters worse, Wheezy's new boyfriend is turning into a dangerous were-crab, and her grandfather has been stolen and replaced with an endless nothing-along with much of the United States. Now it's up to Wheezy to stop them from taking the entire earth. Small and powerless she might be, but she has a cockroach named Forn Hall to mentor her, a few alien friends at the Stardust Hotel to assist her, and a boundless sense of optimism to keep her going when everything seems hopeless. Can Wheezy Tweet save the universe ... again? Author Bio Ralph Bourne taught special education for twenty-seven years. He has written several musical plays, including Calliope and Moses Leads the Children. He is also the author of Don't Believe It, Martha and The Unfortunate Crack in the Universe, another Wheezy Tweet adventure.
People often tell me what a great outlook I have on life; how nice it must be to be a 'morning person'; that having such a positive outlook is refreshing. Well, none of those things come easy. I firmly believe a conscious and consistent effort is needed to bring out the best in ourselves. Just as a duck may look calm, cool, and collected while effortlessly drifting across the pond, we all know it's kicking like crazy to maintain its smooth and graceful glide. This compilation of observations, referred to as 'Rhinobservations', were ideas I posted to my personal page on the FacebookÂ® social network. The entries brought hundreds of unsolicited 'Likes' and positive comments from scores of friends and people I have never met. I am truly humbled at the thought that my ramblings have helped others, and must admit the posts were conceived as a personal reminder to keep kickinglike the duck. They're reminders that not every day is full of roses and cupcakes, but how I decide to handle the 'off' days will ultimately decide the likelihood of success, happiness, and relationships. Every day I am allowed to wake up is a renewed lease on life. It's a conscious choice whether to make the most of each day or allow the day to rule me. You have the same power. Use it wisely.
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