May 04, 2011

Wake Up Wednesday

Last week's challenge was to share your talent with someone else.  Since I was out of town, I stayed with my older sister and got to snap some shots of her kids.  It was really fun for me and she was excited to have some new shots of her kids.  Here's one quick one.  It's so fun to try and capture all their personalities.  Her kids are awesome.

This week's challenge is to write a letter and take a stand.  Let me explain a bit more.  This could go in a lot of different directions.  Maybe there's a company whose commercials are inappropriate and you want to let them know.  Maybe there's someone you admire for doing what's right and you want to encourage them.  Think about your values and find some way to take a stand.  Maybe you want to write a political leader.  Your letter doesn't have to be a negative thing or a complaint.  You might write a letter making a suggestion or cheering on someone.  There are lots of ways to share your values.
Okay!  Did you find a way to share your talent last week?  Let's hear about it!  Thank you so much for being part of this blog.


Aimee said...

I am the lady that can make personalized fire rings. This past sunday, a lady from our church commenting in sunday school class that her daughter was graduating in a week and was wanting to have a campfire to sit around the house during her party. She asked around to borrow one. Unknowing to her I have make her a personalized one and am giving it to her tonite at church. I am also remaking our church sign. The one we have is old and faded and needs replacing. So if I can ever get a chance to sand and grind down the metal to paint it our church will have an updated sign. I love your personal challenges. Thanks for being a silent push in my life to make me a better christian,mother, wife and overall person.

Leslie@leserleeslovesandhobbies said...

I don't think I shared a talent, though I did volunteer at my daughter's school on Friday. So I guess my coloring talent was shared, as I colored some science activities for the students to be able to do (once it's all put together). And I made a HUGE card out of posterboard for my daughter's teacher (it was from the whole class), so I guess I shared my scrapping skills too! Wahoo!


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