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Freelance Newsletter Writer & Comedy Writer

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Life is good on the Amalfi Coast, so why am I sneering?
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Steve Sweeney - Over 30 days ago
That's me in Italy. The expression on my face indicates the trip is coming to an end.
Jack Calvett - Over 30 days ago
Nice pic! Wish I was in Italy! I can't seem to see any of your other files though? Only as thumbnails and I can't read them :(
Steve Sweeney - Over 30 days ago
Hmmm... Thanks. I'll get on to it.
Steve Sweeney - Over 30 days ago
Have you gone into Portfolio and brought them up that way? Then you can use Google dox to open them in full screen by clicking on the diagonal arrow to the right of the +magnifier at the top of the article. Anyway, see how you go!
Em Gee - Over 30 days ago
Love to get there too!! Some friends went there and were there just as the avalanche happened last year!..And reading the above have seen that before on other writings,..You may need to update your browser Jack. I am on Google Chrome and it works fine... Forget internet explorer...Some use Firefox and have used that, but have stuck with the Google Chrome...Try downloading that and switch browsers and I learnt from a geek son that not all things work perfectly on different computers...Depends on what you are running system wise...Have a great day and hope all works out for you.
Jack Calvett - Over 30 days ago
All good! Seems to be working now. Not sure what happened? I use crome as well so maybe it was just a minor glitch with the website? Anyway, love your work Steve!
Steve Sweeney - Over 30 days ago
Thanks, Jack. I'll be adding another in the Block Buster... on the couch series next week if you're interested.
Cirrelia Thaxton - Over 30 days ago
Wow what a gorgeous shot!
Steve Sweeney - Over 30 days ago
Yes, My wife and our two kids were lucky enough to travel there two years ago. The Amalfi Coast is quite spectacular. You're probably sick of reading my stuff but if you want more about this part of the world you can visit my travel blog site at www.quirkyquests.com.au From memory it's covered on page 23 or 24. There are more photos there too. It was originally written for friends and family so there's quite a familiar tone you may have to forgive.
Cirrelia Thaxton - Over 30 days ago
Just visited your blog...you've got quite a collection...I loved the LA spot....Being that I am not a traveler, it's always exciting to read about new places...I did go to Anaheim, CA for a convention in college years ago...But my team had to forgo a visit to Disneyland...I'll plan to visit your blog more to get experience more cities..Thanks for sharing it with me :)
Steve Sweeney - Over 30 days ago
No troubles. I had a lot of fun writing it.
Paper Doll Eve - Over 30 days ago
Beautiful place, love mountains
Steve Sweeney - Over 30 days ago
Perhaps the Amalfi Coast and you would go together well. Mountains falling into the Mediterranean. It was spectacular.
Paper Doll Eve - Over 30 days ago
Yes we would :)
Cirrelia Thaxton - Over 30 days ago
Yes,Eve, Steve is quite the humorist...I recommend his travel blog to all his readers on Freelanced :)
Steve Sweeney - Over 30 days ago
Thanks, Cirrelia. You're in my will. Don't expect much though. You know we artistic types must be dead a hundred years before we start getting wealthy.
Em Gee - Over 30 days ago
LOL...Pay that one Steve...lol...That is if the polies don't wreck the world first........Why not come up to the bikie state..lol...
Steve Sweeney - Over 30 days ago
Appreciate the invitation but feel more secure in Australia's underworld capital. Down here we find avoiding stray bullets and knifings easier than dealing with vengeful bikie lords. It's just what you're used to I guess.
Cirrelia Thaxton - Over 30 days ago
Hey Steve, I just uncovered some facts about Mathew Jones...he lived in the 1700s on the James River...His house was preserved by Fort Eustis as a national historic site...Here's a link with more juicy details :D http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/jamesriver/jon.htm
Steve Sweeney - Over 30 days ago
Thanks Cirrelia. I'll get onto the link! Bit busy right now. May have picked up a new client. Go me!
Cirrelia Thaxton - Over 30 days ago
It still doesn't really give a good bio of this Jones guy...I am now very curious about his life and why his house is so sacred..