It would have been so easy to download three quotes and present them as a fait accompli. But I realised this little task has made me think about words that have made a difference in how I live my life. So I do thank the incomparably hilarious An Irish Procrastinator for this opportunity for some overdue personal reflection.
To participate, I had to:
– thank the nominator
– post one quote each day for three consecutive days
– nominate three bloggers each day to continue the challenge.
This is my quote for Day #3:
I’m nominating the following bloggers to participate:
Yesterday, the fabulously funny Irish Procrastinator zinged a challenge my way to participate in this Three Days, Three Quotes challenge. I was to:
– thank the person who nominated me;
– post three quotes, one a day, for three consecutive days;
– nominate three others to do the same each day.
Being in a spectacularly zen mood (long weekend ahead and all) I accepted. Thank you so much, Irish Procrastinator, for getting me off my butt to do something fun and meaningful … wait, I’m on my butt writing this. Hmmm.
Today is Day 2, and here is my quote:
I’m inviting the following three bloggers to participate:
So I found out I’d been issued a challenge this morning …
My delightfully friendly procrastinator blogger pal – yes, you, Confessions of An Irish Procrastinator – blithely tagged me to complete a challenge: thank the nominator, come up with three quotes, one a day for three consecutive days, and nominate three other bloggers each day to fulfil the same task.
Now, I slink away from awards because they make me uncomfortable. But sharing quotes that have impacted me and helped shape my value systems? That I think I can do.
So here’s my quote for Day #1:
I have a tremendous respect for Dr Angelou’s work and I love this quote, which has guided my interactions with others. I hope I’ve never made anyone who knows me feel anything less than positive.