The Annual Blog Swap – Pocket Gail!

As a part of today’s Ohio Blogging Association‘s All State Blog Swap, I’m happy to introduce you to Gail Palmer, aka Pocket Gail from A Slammin Adventure. On this day, bloggers from around the great state of Ohio are guest posting on one another’s sites. For a full listing of blog swap participants, please visit Poise in Parma today.”

Hi. I’m Gail Palmer, aka Pocket Gail. My nickname was given to me by a group of amazing women when I lived in Alaska … but that’s a story for another day. I tell lots of stories on my blog – A Slammin’ Adventure – mostly sharing my rules (and tools) for adventuring through life with a happy heart. I’m a writer, designer, slam poet, event planner, wanna-be-chef, and part-time superhero. Oh … and I just moved to Cleveland.

Since I’m new to Ohio this statewide blog swap is giving me the opportunity to introduce myself to you – courtesy of a guy you already follow. Thanks Dave! 

What should I tell you about me?

Good luck picking up on my accent; I’m told I don’t have one. I was born in Florida, raised in North Carolina, spent a short time living in Belgium then breezed through 48 states as a theatrical tour manager before moving to Alaska eight years ago. 

A little over a year ago I left Alaska for a new love in New York. Now we live in Cleveland and it seems to be the perfect balance between her too-crowded-too-expensive-to-live and my too-remote-too-expensive-to-live. Now if we could just add Ohio to the list of states where same sex marriage is legal we might have a long-term winner.

Now let me invite you to visit A Slammin’ Adventure by suggesting a few choice posts: 

          Most Recent  →  Inspiration! Where do you find it?         

          Most Viral  →  Why I’m Moving to Cleveland         

          Most Favorite  →  Alaskan Vanity 

          Most Slammin’  →  What is A Slammin’ Adventure? 

Thanks for checking out my site and don’t forget to post some comments while you’re there so I can meet you too! 

Happy Monday and Happy Reading,