Saturday, February 20, 2016

Celebrating Numbers



              I'm celebrating each Saturday or Sunday with Ruth Ayres at Discover Play Build

            And I love reading your celebrations, too. 

I'm celebrating by the numbers today! Seven celebrations, all worth remembering. “What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for each other?” ~ George Eliot 




One haircut

Two times at the bookstore
Three times with the grand-girls
Four new books arrived
Five blog posts  
Six poems 
Seven days of exercise

22 comments:

  1. Impressive list! Especially the seven days of exercise.

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    1. Thanks, Margaret. I am trying hard to get "regular" with the exercise.

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  2. Very fun! Wondering where you found your 7. On a walk?

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    1. Wish I could say so, Ramona, but no, found at Morguefile. Lots of terrific 'free" photos there.

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  3. I love this idea of celebrating with numbers. I may have to steal the idea some Saturday! Have a great week!

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    1. Thanks, Andrea, it was fun to try to make it work, too.

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  4. I love the celebrations and the creative way you expressed them! That's so cool! I'm impressed with the exercise. That needs to start happening for me on a more consistent basis. YAY for you!

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    1. Sometimes I have to make myself, Michelle. There are so many other things to do, too, but it's becoming a habit, which is good I think.

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  5. Love this post. From the number to the poem.

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  6. What a fun way to count your celebrations!

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  7. How funny, I got a haircut too and included it in my celebration too. You always have such creative ways to share your story.

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    1. Somehow this just felt right, Elsie. And I did love getting a haircut! Thanks!

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  8. I love the structure of your celebration by numbers. And I adore the phrase grand girls. And wow! 7 days of exercise is impressive Linda!

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    1. Thanks, Lisa. I've called them the "grand-girls" for a while. They like it too.

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  9. Ha. I like the number play. Impressed with your 7 days of exercise.

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  10. Linda, that was a creative way to celebrate a week.

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    1. Thanks, Carol, it worked well for me this time.

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  11. I love this! So fun! What a way to quantify what sounds like a plentiful week!

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    1. Well, I was pressed for time, and somehow this idea appeared. Thanks, Jen!

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