Blog-A-Day Challenge: Day 2

GroundhogWelcome to Day 2 of the Blog-A-Day Challenge:

Congrats on all the great posts yesterday!  Here are a few things I want to clarify so please read carefully:

  1. Post your blog post first on your own pages (blog or Facebook)
  2. Post the link to that post in the comments on the day of the challenge (for today, post your link in this comment section)
  3. THEN go and read your fellow participants blogs (do as many as you have time for)
  4. Comment on THEIR blog comment section (each of you need to allow comments on your blog)- Doing this will increase  visibility for all.

I love the comments and connections that are already happening.  I have heard from several of you that you are having fun, are stepping outside of your comfort zone or just plain GLAD that you are participating.   “WAHOOO” is all I can say!

Look forward to seeing your posts for today….  And yes, if you didn’t post yesterday, feel free to jump in today.

 

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

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65 thoughts on “Blog-A-Day Challenge: Day 2

    • Hi Pamela,
      I have tried several times to post on your blog- different ways and it keeps taking me back to log into my wordpress which, I have but will not work. Sorry girl

      • Ha … I wish that was the case when I was growing up. the “trend” when I was in my early teens was that lovely peel-off eyeliner (couldn’t have been good for your eyes if it would peal off) – we wore a thicker line of white with a thinner line of black on the bottom. PLUS we wore white lipstick. I could get away with the eyeliner, but my teachers would make me wipe the lipstick off every time. I soooo love the more natural look of today!

    • wow Jim – incredibly powerful.
      I lost my mother suddenly of a heart attack when i was 19, and an only child. My main focus then was to support my father. As a result, I never truly grieved until almost 20 years later. The deaths of others, whether family, or friends, close or not, are triggers STILL that are sometimes paralyzing. Like you, I’m listened to my heart and continue to be as empathetic as I can. having these experiences at a young age has certainly made us – i hate to use stronger, but maybe more powerful in some way. Best, Kathy

      • Thank you Kathy. Made us powerful. My Mom said soon after my Dad died that she felt him dying defined who I am in regard to how I eventually responded to his death. Something like that certainly is life altering. Thanks for taking the time and thank you for the Email. I have worked with DISC in the past. I’m going to re-familiarize myself with it. Thanks

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