1. I’ve learned that music is better than medicine, and that the sound of laughter is better than music.
2. I’ve learned to be humble in confidence, but courageous in character.
3. I’ve learned that to love and to be loved is the true measure of success.
4. I’ve learned that goals must be directly related to purpose.
5. I’ve learned that childhood is precious; things actually don’t get better after 21.
6. I’ve learned to respect elderly women as mothers, men as fathers.
7. I’ve learned that to fall and to overcome is better than to not have known struggle at all.
8. I’ve learned to appreciate the small things first, the insignificant, the lowly, and the taken for granted.
9. I’ve learned that with great authority comes greater responsibility.
10. I’ve learned that everyone has something to teach me.
I just have to say I’m excited to be participating in Blogging U this year. I feel like I’m going back to school LOL. This will give me the chance to produce at least one post a day while sharpening my writing skills simultaneously. I am also looking forward to meeting new bloggers via The Commons.
So here’s how the postings will go: I will be taking the Writing 101 course for the next four weeks. That said, I will produce at least one post a day that will have something to do with our theme for the day in addition to my regular postings throughout the week (so my Writers Quote Wednesdays and other regular posts will still go out). I’m not sure if the prompts go out on weekends but I will continue to have Saturdays off so you can expect no postings on the prompt then. Otherwise, I will continue to annoy* your emails with my many random postings in addition to whatever blogging prompt we are given from Writing 101! OK, that exclamation mark was really unnecessary, I’m not that excited. It’s just that, well, The Walking Dead is about to come on.
*Note: Seriously, I hope I’m not that annoying, but if I am, always remember that you control how many emails, if any, you receive from blogs you follow. Just adjust your settings to where they accompany your toleration levels.