Masks hide magic.
The idea of a mask in any scenario has always fascinated me. Not only does it protect identity, it also allows one to hide. —Jason Reynolds
Today’s invitation to magic is to consider a mask you have encountered. It can be one you’ve worn; it can be figurative; it can be from a long time ago. Allow yourself to be fascinated.
Or, don’t write about a mask at all. Other topics can be magical, too.
Open your blog and write a post. Just write.
Reply to this post, jot a note and paste your URL.
Comment on other blogs. Soak up the magic that will find you.
grab an image for your blog
Use one of these images so we can find each other…and you can invite others to share their stories with us!
Offer an invitation to others.
I’m joining an open community of writers over at Sharing Our Stories: Magic in a Blog. If you write (or want to write) just for the magic of it, consider this your invitation to join us. #sosmagic
15 thoughts on “open invitation no. 30: magic unmasked”
Your smile and your words made me smile and breathe a little easier! Thanks!! (I couldn’t post it on your blog …. or at least I don’t think it worked.) 🙂
Jimmy Fallon’s thank you notes inspired me today. https://lcinmo.wordpress.com/2020/10/29/thank-you/
love this! heated seats, heated steering wheel AND a thank you note. So fantabulous!
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Hey all 🙂 The magic of words, of story, of positivity, of play, and interating …. or just a story about my journal page this AM. Have a lovely day. https://creativitylovingeducator.com/2020/10/29/every-day-is-a-beautiful-day/
Reading books about home.
A mask of real horror. https://litbitsandpieces.com/2020/10/30/masked/
Writing about the most significant thing I’ve done during the pandemic.
It isn’t about a mask at all…even though I set out to write about a mask…https://ruthayreswrites.com/2020/10/30/friday-nights/
Writing about MOVING and FIDGETING with my 4th grade classes. Thank you for the practice of sitting still and writing whether it is Friday morning or Friday night or any time that strikes you! It has made all the difference!
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Some images and thoughts from my Saturday walk.
My handwritten entry about an unexpected letter I received.
Refocusing on my OLW. Magic. https://deb-day.blogspot.com/2020/11/magicdays.html
Not a mask story, but an eye patch story.
(Five years ago, writing about our journey with cancer was helpful. I’m thankful to have saved the memories of what happened and how God carried us through.)
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