Dare to care. You might get hurt, but it is one way to fully live.
“Caring—about people, about things, about life—is an act of maturity.
What are the things you care about? Who are the people who have your heart? How do you dare to care? Caring is an act of maturity and an excellent writing topic.
*Remember, you don’t have to accept this invitation…but I do hope you will accept the invitation to write. Sharing our stories is magical.
PS—I started a Facebook Group for the #sosmagic community. Join here.
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
13 thoughts on “open invitation no. 43: dare to care”
Take heart, take comfort, take time
It is day 54 and here is how I am connecting with families during these crazy times. https://teachersbooksreaders.com/2021/02/05/day-54-connecting-with-families/
Love the video idea and your honesty and openness. It encourages us all to try!
Tammy – I am helping to create a project for 5th graders on tiny houses. I was wondering if you have any resources for living in small spaces. Thanks – Joanne
I am so sorry, but I don’t. Let me know if you want pictures of the inside of my trailer.
Reflecting on the past month.
Julie – Just finished Emily’s Simply Tuesday. She bring me just comfort. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE – “Embrace the splatter.” That’s my phrase for February! Thank you for the inspiration always. – Joanne
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I’m so glad you loved it! I think she’s amazing. And yes, “embrace the splatter” always!
I haven’t blogged in a while. I’ve felt stuck as a writer and a bit overwhelmed as a teacher for a while… Here’s my first post in 2021: http://trinarrative.blogspot.com/2021/02/sosmagicthe-kindness-of-neighbors.html
Thinking a lot these days about daring to care and mending.
I started this one before Ruth’s prompt, but it fits. Struggling because my one sweet grand is struggling to become a reader. Heartbreaking to her grannie because I can’t be there … but can still remember my painful struggle. XO
School thoughts on Sunday morning.
Thinking about untold stories after reading a new book by Jeff Zentner.
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