What are your plans for today? Are you going trick-or-treating, going to a Halloween party, or perhaps staying at home watching a scary movie?
I have a full day ahead of me today, and I am ready (hopefully) to rock and roll!
Anyway, today is the last day of October. That means I'm going to share what I learned this month. Are you ready?
* * *1. I have the best blog friends and readers.
Thank you so much for the comments you've left on my mood boards!
Getting your feedback helped me see the messages I'm sending you over the screen. After reading your comments here, I realized that my blog friends feel the same way with my friends and family I know in person. I think that's a good sign. Perhaps I'm getting close to finding my authentic writing voice. So exciting!
|no. 3 got the highest vote|
2. I guess I'm a "peachy" person.
Growing up, I wasn't much of a pink girl. My mom preferred red/navy/yellow over pink, so I don't remember wearing many pink clothes when I was little. When I was working on the mood boards, I was surprised that I was drawn to warm pink. As it turned out, some of you associate me with this color, too. Life is full of surprises, in the best possible way, of course.
3. When you're learning something new, taking a class is a great idea.
If you are new to something and you want to be good at it, why not take a class and learn from the the best? That's exactly how I felt when I decided to take the blog course.
I knew it was going to be a great class, but it's been a mind blowing experience to say the least. Look at the mood board above. I would've never come up with anything like that unless I took the plunge and enrolled in a class. I'm also happy that now I know how to use Photoshop.
4. Sometimes it takes something scary to make you realize what really matters.
5. My 3-year-old always wants to be the same thing as his big bother for Halloween.
Two years ago, they were the "lawn mowing guys," and a year ago, clowns. This year, they're going to be superheros. My 5-year-old is going to be Spider Man and the 3-year-old decided to be Batman. But after much contemplation, the little Batman regretted not choosing "Cider man." (That's how he says Spider man.)
|You can be "Cider Man" next year, honey :)|
I have to get going now, but I hope you have a fantastic weekend no matter what your plans are!
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Today I'm sharing with Emily at chatting at the sky.