I loved reading how Karen Black handled the circumstances of 2020, and her hopeful look toward the future in this insightful blog. Read on and consider whether the positives may have outweighed the negatives for you.
RWISA: RAVE WRITERS - INT'L SOCIETY OF AUTHORS
Welcome to Day 8 of theRWISA “REVOLUTION” Blog Tour! We’d like to introduce you to an amazingly supportive RWISAmember and the 2nd graduate ofRWISAUniversity,Author, Karen Black. Take a peek at her writing below…
THOUGHTS ON TWO THOUSAND TWENTY
Who could have imagined the changes that last year brought to us all? Like so many, I’ve read more than one book that told a tale of life during a pandemic. Scary stuff to be sure, I never expected that fiction would describe so much of that which became reality.
New Year’s Eve is my favorite holiday celebration; the end of a chapter and the start of the next one. It is the time to get over mistakes, mishaps, or misfortune that might have littered the past year, and plan for a positive future, with fresh energy and new goals. On December 31, 2020…
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I love the silver linings Karen highlights. Thanks for hosting her today, Patty. 🙂
My pleasure, Yvette. A positive attitude usually comes from an attitude of gratitude, and it can color the darkest skies with silver linings. I’m so glad Karen shared her positives.
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Thank you, Patty, for sharing Karen’s post today. I love the comparison between a new year and a poker hand. 🙂
So do I, Jan. We play with the hand we’re dealt, and some people like Karen and you make something beautiful with it.