Reflections of What Made You Who You Are ~Letters from the Heart #atozchallenge

Dear B,

Well you have absolutely done it again. Picked a topic which takes a lot of deep thought and contemplation. How in the world will you get this post done in time? There’s much to do…cooking, cleaning …. and calling your mother.

You may have to cheat just a little.

Why do you write ?  Have a gander right here.  When you get a chance maybe you should update that.

Writing has always been a hobby but at one point there was a time you wanted to be famous.  Remember that terrible book you had so many issues with?

It’s more fun to just have a place to ponder your thoughts and write whatever you want instead of what people tell you to write.

When you get sick of writing let your creativity explode in the kitchen. You always have something tasty going on over there.

Tall Cool ☺ne and you have such a fairytale to tell, not to mention the on-going journeys and never ending projects. My, my, you are a busy little thing aren’t you?  Just a face in the crowd baby, a face in the crowd.

Now, in perfect fashion, you have decided to take on that opportunity you talked about in an earlier post. Good luck my dear. You can do this. You have the inclination and determination it takes to push yourself to reach higher goals. If you are comfortable, you are not challenging yourself. Remember that, and when the going gets tough, get a cup of coffee and the tough will get going.

You just realized you don’t have a blog for the kids and grandkids.  You need to build a site for them….one more thing to add to your to do list.

until next time your constant and faithful,

9 responses to “Reflections of What Made You Who You Are ~Letters from the Heart #atozchallenge

  1. A break from writing and an outlet for creativity in the kitchen is just about what I’m doing now. I’m supposed to write a “training article” about the Corona related financial situation of a hockey team. I decided to throw a pizza in the oven to boost my inspiration. Wish me luck.

    https://thethreegerbers.blogspot.com/2021/04/a-z-2021-rome-wasnt-built-in-day.html

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  2. I think it can be helpful to reflect on our past and identify what motivates us to see how it has impacted where we are today. Weekends In Maine

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  3. Oh, good luck with the new opportunity! It is good to challenge ourselves and especially as we get older. I think that’s what keeps us young!

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  4. I love the idea of writing a blog for my grandkids . . .maybe some day!

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  5. If it’s not enjoyable to write, then there’s no point in doing it. Good on you for finding the best way to be happy doing it 🙂

    THE STATE TRILOGY A-Z GUIDE: R

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  6. My post began with Sometimes you might feel like no one’s there for you, but you know who’s always there for you? :Laundry. Laundry is always there for you. I could relate very well to those chores you mentioned.
    https://www.chaptersfrommylife.com/2021/04/recuperate-respect-your-rebirth.html

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  7. I love to write purely for the pleasure of it and I love experimenting in my kitchen too

    https://pagesfromjayashree.blogspot.com/2021/04/r-for-remus.html

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  8. Barbie,

    You’re more than just a face in the crowd but a lovely person. I’m so glad the A2Z Challenge brought us together and I have enjoyed your post series a good deal this month. What you write, share really speaks to me and I’m sure many others. How ever you choose to get creative, remember to have fun with it! I hope you’ll keep your blog going for a long time to come. Your light-hearted posts make me smile. Have a good day and happy A2Zing, my friend!

    Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog Looney Tunes A-Z Art Sketch

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    • Thank you Cathy and I am so glad we became blogging buddies too and I can’t wait to see what you have planned after A2Z. Running over to see my favorite Sheepdog now (I used to have one named Sebastian)

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