I Double dare you!

DIY WTF Wednesday:
 I Dare You

 

It feels wonderful to create and share these weekly glimpses of and gratitude for the fabulous people who make my life. And to watch the effects ripple in and out.

Digging thru old photos, recalling beginnings, reliving memories, noticing patterns and boiling fun and fondness down to the habits and attributes that give each relationship a special space in my own journey. The satisfaction of expression. The glee of no-holds-barred imagining of a fabulous next adventure.

And the immeasurable enjoyment of witnessing the other witnessing my dim and honest reflection of themselves.

When I kicked off this project, 26 weeks ago, I really hoped that the huge and multi-directional benefits of these weekly celebrations would make them contagious. So far, they haven’t been.

So…. now I invite you directly. Grab my format and fill in the blanks! You can book a week here on our blog. You can send me a link to your own.

I dare you. You’ll be sooo glad you did.

Sometimes you just gotta say WTF….

 

Let’s start a Gratitude Avalanche

You stepped up to the challenge? Yahoo!!
Please let me know if I can add it to our growing Gratitude Avalanche:

Sue Breen celebrates her friend, … me! (Thank you, Sue!!)
Andrée O’Donnell celebrates her mother-in-law, Esther
Betti Stiff celebrates her sister, Kathi Tysick
Betti Stiff celebrates her brother, Sandy Mayo
Andrée O’Donnell celebrates her father, Victor
Bob LeDrew celebrates his friend, me! (Thank you, Bob!!)
Fond Memories of My Mother
Bob LeDrew celebrates his friend, Peter MacDonald
Betti Stiff celebrates her dad
Fond memories of my father
Andrée O’Donnell celebrates her father-in-law, Pat
Andrée O’Donnell celebrates her sister-in-law, Becky
Kashani Thomas celebrates her mom

 

WhatI’m Thankful For.
Why They’re Fab.
What Terrific Folk.
Why The Face?
Like this? You’ll love writing your own.
Pay it forward, I dare you.
And leave your link in the comments of a post above so we can all enjoy it.
  • Janice Toews

    These are indeed beautiful tributes. I went to a funeral last week, for somebody I really cared for, and I wished I had let him know, more blatantly and more frequently. Having said that, I am still unlikely to do one of these tributes, as I don’t blog – unless I use your space.

    I do want to tell you that I love you and appreciate your friendship and I admire what you are doing here, and I love reading about your family progress on your blog and on facebook.

    Keep it up, you lovely person. Hug your family for me.

    • http://www.WeCanRebuildHer.com Andrea Ross

      Aw, thank you so much Janice. I am so sorry for your loss.

      I am so grateful for our friendship and for the online world we can share.

      You are most welcome to share your gratitude as a WTFW guest post, if you ever feel inspired to do so.

      Lots of love to you xoxox

  • andree

    Yes. Yes. Join in cause you have no idea how great it feels to do it!

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