To be resilient is to be flexible yet hearty, buoyant...adaptable. A resilient person is someone who tends to recover from or adjust to misfortune or change. I bet we all have someone who pops to mind, or maybe even a few come to mind. I know, for myself, a few people come to mind. As … Continue reading Week 9: Resilient
I am so excited about this week's word, my beautiful niece chose it and I am publishing it her birthday weekend. She will be 8 this year and her word fits her to a tee! She is one of the most silly kiddos I have ever known; she is always smiling and giggling…. I can … Continue reading Week 8: Silly
Since starting 52 words, I have barely written anything else. I have started a few posts but haven't finished them because since I started 52, I worry I won't complete it. My follow-through has not been the best the last several years so every-time I sit to write, I feel like it has to be … Continue reading Optimism is my choice.
Whether you are a Trump lover or a Trump hater, you can’t deny he is on a winning streak. His numbers are incredible, over the top, tremendous…. America has never seen anything like it, its big-ly killin it- best it has ever been. It's true -or at least partially true- when broken down, there are … Continue reading Week 7: Trump
Week 5: Dedicated What does it take for you to be dedicated to something? Does it take active thought or is it natural?
So when I started this challenge I got a total of 52 words, then I started placing them on different weeks. Some of the dates will go with the word; some I tried to place to make myself stop and think…. I gotta say I thought this would be much easier than it is. It … Continue reading Week 4: Courage
Week 3 CREATIVE Creativity is the word of the week- that was due last Monday….. But here I am this many days late! It is what it is, I got sick. Just a bump in the road- but it took me out for almost 2 full weeks. I kinda feel like things happen how they … Continue reading Week 3 Creative
To be sincere is to be true, genuine, and honest. It is a salutation that is written instead of spoken, it is ingrained in us early in our childhood when we write our first letter to Santa….. and we were all so sincere with this letters. The word sincere or actually sincerely is so often … Continue reading Week 2. Sincere
When I think of a random act of kindness first thing that comes to mind is paying for the person in line behind you which is very thoughtful and nice but feels a little superficially kind to me or maybe even just nice….. But if you talk about paying off student lunch debt, that carries a little more kindness- kids need food, the dude behind you won't go hungry if you don't pay for their beverage.