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Monthly Archives: December 2010
Ahhh. The swirl of the holidays is past. I’m feeling grateful to be back home, returned from my visit “back home.” Like I thought it would be, the trip was one of ups and downs, of excitement and dread. It … Continue reading
I planned to play more catch up on Reverb10 prompts and my reflections on those for today, but felt pulled in another direction. With Christmas bearing down on many of us this week, and my own holiday travel plans just … Continue reading
December 14’s prompt for Reverb10 was Appreciate: “What’s the one thing you have come to appreciate most in the past year? How do you express gratitude for it?” As I’ve focused on an attitude of gratitude during 2010, I’ve grown … Continue reading
I’ve been in a bit of funk the past few days. Feeling a bit swirly with the madness the end of the academic semester always brings, coupled with the mix of emotions I experience as the holidays approach. There is … Continue reading
As 2011 draws nearer with each passing day, I find myself engaging in much reflection. The fabulous prompts from Reverb10, the daily photo prompts from Tracey Clark ‘s Picturing the Holidays class, as well as my good fortune to be … Continue reading
Since I haven’t graduated to posting each weekday here at Life Refocused, I’m going to play a bit of catch up on the inspiring #Reverb10 prompts that I first wrote about last week with One Word. The prompt for December … Continue reading