Lana Vaughan

Reality Developer, Helping take dreams out of the clouds and make them reality

What would you do for a Klondike bar?

My goal at the beginning of the year was to write a question a day for the whole 366. I missed yesterday. It’s been a crazy first week of the year and like most good New Year’s intentions I didn’t make 7/7.

So I find myself with a self-imposed standard that no one but me will notice or care if I make unless I manage to shine a big old glaring light on it.

But isn’t that so often what we do? We set and hold ourselves to a standard or to do list or life plan and when we fail instead of just adjusting our course and continuing on we let others know just what a failure we think we are. What if this year all you talked about were the blessings in your life and the success of the people around you? What if you let yourself be less than perfect? What if your goal was to be more genuine and open? What if there was a great reward for being comfortable in your own skin and whatever size jeans it takes to cover than skin?

What would you do for a Klondike bar?

 

(And, yes, I see the irony of doubling up on posts today to get back on my 366/366)

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  1. Linda

    You may not have posted your question for the day when Matt was in jeopardy. But you had a question. It was the question that all those praying for him had. Would Gods answer to our prayers be a recovery or would Gods answer be that He was bringing Matt home to be with Him? The answer to that question is one that ALL of us praying for you all were very glad to known the answer.

    Your question WAS written. It was written on the hearts of everyone who loves you.

    It was one of the scariest questions any of us ever have to face.

    So…. what would I do for a Klondike Bar? The same things I would do without one…