Can I do it?

Commitment to a post a day for a year sounds impossible.  Therefore, I must attempt the adventure.  It may be words, it may be art, it may be a photo.  Anything that attests to my being each day.

I start this new year full of hope and serenity.  My goal is to keep going in that direction, following the path of enjoying to the fullest the rest of my days.

My favorite words to live by are The Four Agreements, so this is my manifestation mandala for 2016.  This piece will eventually be worked into a larger one I am now working on.




6 thoughts on “Can I do it?”

  1. Your confidence about being able to post something every day is inspiring, Lindalh! My posts have been scattered and irregular for a while now but you and your sister dailybloggies encourage me to become more organised and prolific and to reclaim something that is very important to me! Thank you 🙂

      1. Thank you. I find it necessary to keep my hands busy. I am always exploring new projects. Unfortunately that means I have a lot of unfinished projects as well; those that I will finish “someday”, those that I plan to get around to, those with mistakes I don’t want to fix because I am so frustrated with it. But it’s all good. I will never run out of things to do, I will never be bored.

    1. I really don’t have a lot of confidence in making it to the end, but I am sure gonna try. Somewhere I know I need to, I am not sure why. The challenge? The friendships? The discipline? The practice in using words. I love words.

  2. I’ve done it before, so I know I can do it 🙂 At the end of the year, it feels so gratifying to see all those posts lined up …

    When I saw your name in Joss’ blog, I misread it. I read «Lindahl», which is a common, Swedish family name [I’m Swedish originally].

    1. I think that is why I decided to try. To get some of my chaotic thinking written down: 1. so I could look back on what interested me at the time and 2. so I would have more room for more random stuff.
      Thanks, Rebekah for the encouragement. I used to think my grandmother was Swedish, but it turns out she was English ( the internet fixed my family tree). My maternal grandfather, however, was Norwegian 100%, born in Moss. Looking forward to following the daily bloggies.

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