"Taking the risk to start a blog" in big and bold in the middle is probably echoing back from many slicers. Thank you for being part of this community.
Congrats on starting a blog!
I love that visual rendering of ideas. Might need to steal that concept sometime this month ....
Very beautiful. I'm a sucker for images! I agree Kevin. I may just have to borrow your idea for a visual slice.
I love that you do a weekly gratitude list and that it's visual. That's just so cool! It's also a list of great writing starters just waiting for you if you get stuck in the future.
You make me want to explore digital options. I love your lists, I may have to have a thankful Thursday too. Thanks for the inspiration today and always!
Diana--hasn't this last year been amazing. I have learned so much from you and always enjoy your posts! Here's to 30 more days of fun!
I love that your family gets your passion for teaching...my family sometimes laughs at mine- but inside I know they admire it...
Very cool graphic!
Love those poster/graphics, Diana. Looking forward to seeing your posts each day! Thanks for sharing what is important!
Great visual! I love the mix of serious/trivial. (because the little things do make a big difference, after all!) I like how you made "taking the risk to start a blog" huge. I feel exactly the same way!
I love your gratitude list. I have a passion for rain on the roof too! It's so important to remind ourselves of the little things that bring joy into our lives.
Love the idea of a weekly gratitude list-especially during the season of Lent. You've given me an idea for my next slice!
I like the last item on your list, "rain on the roof." It is soothing!
Oh wow, I just love how you made your gratitudes look so graphic! Just think, spring will BE HERE by the end of this challenge!!!
Thankful you are still slicing!
Creative! Love the big ideas, the comforts, and the setting too.
Right there with everyone else! Love the idea of a gratitude list. And I especially love how you presented it. I am soooo going to learn to do this! Thanks for the inspiration!
My favorite - My family accepts my passion for teaching. I can really connect with that one. I love how you visually presented the gratitude list!JanaThinking Out Loud
I love the way you have been sharing your playfulness with technology so much lately! You reminded me of a few things I am thankful for as well (like living close to work).
Perfect. :) Love that middle reason -- taking the risk to start a blog. We are all blessed by that one!Ruth
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