First off, Happy Birthday Mom! I hope you have a great day
(last year’s flowers)
One month into 2011, what question(s) are you living? Are there any prompts/questions that arose during #reverb10 that are still resonating in your life? Are you living new questions?
In December I participated in Reverb10, and at the beginning of February I got this prompt to continue on the creative path. The problem is, I am reading this prompt and I don’t have any idea what it means, much less how to answer it. What question am I living?
I decided to refresh my memory on my reverb10 posts by browsing that category (available to you as well, at the very bottom of the page!). I love the variety of topics that I wrote about…travel, community, change, happiness, lifestyle, love, friendship…I guess some of them are answers to questions, but I didn’t consider the prompts questions so much as, well, prompts.
The second part of the prompt about what prompts arose that are still resonating in my life? I am definitely trying to keep up my “sense of wonder.” The other post that I really enjoyed reading again was “There is no do, only try.” I wrote about trying new things, enjoying my city, and being less stressed over small unimportant things. I love the idea of trying new things more than the act of it, but I have definitely tried many new things already this year…and I will continue to dream big and come up with grand ideas!
Part three: Are you living new questions? Am I meant to substitute prompt for question? I’m trying to keep up the daily blogging, first off, and sometimes I’m more inspired than other times. Some nights I am exhausted and have very little to say. Other days I am bursting with excitement. Some nights I just want to post pictures of my cat. I’m going to keep thinking about this though: Are you living new questions? Because…(like the beautifully different post)…I honestly don’t know what that means. So I don’t know the answer. Then again, I can assume that I am…