Creativity Project Year Two-Day 8

Journal entry:

Journal 1-16-20130001

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Flourishing

Sometimes
Someone takes on
Something that is beyond
Anything they have imagined
Possible for them to accomplish in
Ordinary times and succeeds
In performing better
Than anyone
Before

Jo Ann J. A. Jordan
Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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I am grateful:

1.   I caught up on some sleep today.
2.   I called Adobe, and they fixed my technical problems without charge.
3.   I did not have to go out.
4.   The broccoli, carrots, and cauliflower steamed well and Mom was able to eat them.
5.   Laura called and is going to bring the Ranger for me to use to carry the cans for recycling.

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My Wednesday was very enjoyable. I hope yours was as well. Now, before you retire for the evening, I suggest you engage your imagination and produce something creative. Do not make any excuses, just get busy and make a wonderful contribution to our world. Your creativity enhances your life and those of others.

As a prompt, write about your observations regarding your pets. Maybe your cat does something unbelievable, or your dog should be commended. Tell us all about it in a poem, story, journal entry, or note to elaborate upon later. If you use this prompt, please leave a link to your work in the comments below.

Thank you for visiting my blog. I attempt to create something that will entertain. You may have thoughts, suggestions, or criticism to share, so please leave a comment. If you like, please follow Chronicles.

Always,
Jo Ann

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  1. #1 by Loni Gilbertson on January 18, 2013 - 12:59 am

    That brought back so many memories of my little Pom, Pepper. He was so smart, he could read my mind. Sometimes I’d mess with him, he knew I always saved him a treat off my dinner plate, sometimes I’d scrape the plate a couple times before I was through, he’d get excited, do a tiny little happy dance, then realize I’d gone back to eating, and obediently sit back down. I’d say “go for a walk?” he’d race in circles. If he needed to “go out” he’d run over to me, wag his tail so I’d notice, and run to the door, scratch it, and look back at me expectantly. Pepper was by far the smartest dog I’d ever known. Its been almost 6 years since he’s passed, but I’ll always love him. Thanks for bringing back those many memories. ❤

    • #2 by Jo Ann J. A. Jordan on January 23, 2013 - 10:55 pm

      Dogs are very special. Hope has been a great blessing to me. She is six now, and I hope I will have her a long time.

      I am glad my post brought you good memories.

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