For our delight and delectation, there are THREE follow-ups to #REverb10:
Weverb11, http://www.weverb11.com, whose prompt for the day is:
“Choose one word.
Choose one word. Encapsulate the year 2011 in one word. Explain why. Imagine it’s one year from today, what would you like the word to be that captures 2012 for you?”
Resound11, http://www.resound.jaemie.com. Her Prompt 01 is:
“What is one word to describe your 2011? Why does that word sum up your year? (We’ll be writing about our one word for 2012 later, so just focus on this year!)”
Last but not least, we have Reverb11, http://www.reverb11.geekinhard.com. The first prompt offered is:
“Day 1 – One Word. Encapsulate the year 2011 in one word. Explain why you’re choosing that word. Now, imagine it’s one year from today, what would you like the word to be that captures 2012 for you? If you did Reverb10 then bonus points for also re-posting your 2011 word from last year along with how you feel about that in retrospect. ”
For those of you with artier persuasions, Shimelle is offering her class Journal Your Christmas, and Ali Edwards gives us December Daily.
Lain Ehmann’s sound advice is:
Use a quote a day, or maybe a Bible verse.
Create a tag a day, like Tim Holtz’ 12 Tags of Christmas.
Try something new every day and document it. A recipe, a restaurant, etc.
Write a memory a day, of Christmas or not.
Take a photo a day, holiday or just from life.
Write about someone special every day.
Document a song a day.
As for me, I cannot (will not?) prioritize, and it is making me nuts.
My daughter is doing much better, thank you for all of your prayers. On the other hand, my father (who made it to 87 last Friday) was not expected to make it through last night. He did, but obviously, every moment draws him closer to the end. He has rejected the Gospel, but only God truly knows his heart.
I leave you with this quote from Seth Apter of The Altered Page: “In the midst of the fog, illuminate your own path”.