#10DCAC – January 10

Day 10 of #10DCAC  What’s Your Story?

 

How did this go by so quickly? Today is our final prompt for January.  I have enjoyed each and every post and share. The art that has been created and posted has been inspiring and fun and beautiful! Thank you for playing along with Lynne and I. We hope you will join us next month.

 

Our last prompt is “What’s Your Story?” I had one idea when I came up with the prompt a few weeks ago but since then I’ve changed that completely! During my walk yesterday I was thinking about how I often feel that things I see or run into have a story for me. For instance, every time I see a hawk I think of my brother, or when I see the full moon, my father. There are many other ways I see and learn my story if I am paying attention.

I read a quote today by Jim Carrey,

 

“Something inside you is always telling a story.

I believe that every single thing you see and hear is talking to you.”

 

I feel that my life, my story is like a spiral. I keep coming back to the same lessons in my path through this wondrous world and I learn a little more each time. Each person I encounter, each thing I notice and pay attention can tell me more of my story.

 

What’s Your Story today? It may change as mine did but I hope you take a moment to create your story for today. I hope you take a few moments and choose art. And I hope you use the hashtag #10DCAC on Instagram and/or Facebook!   We will have our drawing on Friday for the prize.

 

Oh! I learned a new thing today! We are hoping to host this 10 day challenge each month and were wondering how to make sure you get the prompts easily. Did you know that you can follow a hashtag on Instagram and it will be in your feed?  I did not realize this! Also wondering if you would prefer to get the prompt via email or is the Facebook and Instagram post working for you?  Will you let us know?

The stories we tell ourselves late at night differ greatly from the stories we speak as the sun rises. Those words, thoughts can be defeating and/or uplifting. Choosing to speak to yourself from a center of kindness and understanding is healing and soul affirming.