Author: Sharon Gerald

Core Story:  #reverb10 Day 31

Today’s prompt: What central story is at the core of you, and how do you share it with the world? You see that tree over there? One of these days I’m going to climb that […]

Gift:  #reverb10 Day 30

Today’s prompt: This month, gifts and gift-giving can seem inescapable. What’s the most memorable gift, tangible or emotional, you received this year? Here she is. Baby Girl (my grandniece) was born the day before my […]

Candy Cane Tree #potd

Candy Cane Tree, originally uploaded by Sharon Gerald. My photo of the day is a little bit of holiday yard art found in my neighborhood.

Responsible Adult Act of the Day  #reverb10

A couple of days ago, I said that one thing I want to accomplish in the coming year is to trim excess bills (#7 on my list). Today I went to the Comcast office and […]

Diet Hack: Box It Up

This is what half my dinner from last night looked like when I got it out to warm it up today. I ate this half for lunch after skipping breakfast. I felt too full even […]

Defining Moment: #reverb10 Day 28

Today’s prompt:  Describe a defining moment or series of events that has affected your life this year. What to say? What to say? I’ve already talked about the new baby in the family. I’ve already […]

Achieve:  #reverb10 Day 28

Today’s prompt: What’s the thing you most want to achieve next year? How do you imagine you’ll feel when you get it? Free? Happy? Complete? Blissful? Write that feeling down. Then, brainstorm 10 things you […]

The little plant that was

iPhone photo with no processing. This is the plant my cat ate. I’ve been trying to bring it back, but it has looked like this for months. Is there any hope?

Ordinary Joy: #reverb10 Day 27

Today’s prompt: Our most profound joy is often experienced during ordinary moments. What was one of your most joyful ordinary moments this year? I think my response to about half the prompts so far in […]

The Orchid #potd

IMG_2037, originally uploaded by Sharon Gerald. My photo of the day today is my mother’s Christmas Orchid. Taken with a Canon T1i. No processing.