Sunday, December 31, 2017

Play: My Word for 2018


I painted a rock to remind me.

Look what is (naturally) on the back of the rock.
Looks like this rock has already been at play.
For thousands of years.

Play. With last year's rock. Where I can see it.

Play. And play.

Play. Play. And a rock from my Little Free Library. And a wine bottle I painted.

 Play. It's all play.


19 comments:

  1. Great word! I love the idea of playing more...and the rocks are brilliant!

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  2. Happy New Year! "We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." George Bernard Shaw

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  3. Love your word! Happy New Year to you and your family! OK, it's way too cold here in Central Texas. Ha! I'm back to blogging and invite you to come by and visit. My word for last year was 'breathe' - and I'm going to continue with that one for 2018. :-)

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  4. That is so nice! I have a rock my mom painted for me when I went to boarding school. Still have it.

    Hope you will have a playful year!

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  5. I love your word so much! I hope you have a great year.

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  6. Yes, now that's a great word!

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  7. Great word! I like the rock as a reminder too. Come see my week here. Happy New Year and happy reading!

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  8. Awesome choice of word - and loving the tradition of painting a rock with it!

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  9. Play is a great book for the year! I chose persevere, which is a bit more serious, but I hope still a good one.

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  10. Such a great word and life is short so we need to play all we can. Happy New Year.

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  11. Great word for the year! I didn't do a post but I decided kind of last minute that mine is Act. I want to Act on all the ideas and schemes I come up with over the year instead of just leaving them in the one day list.

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  12. My daughter and I have a pair of rocks we've been meaning to paint. Happy New Year. Come see what I'm reading.

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  13. Love your word for 2018! Your rocks and wine bottle looks like so much fun!

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  14. Wonderful choice for your word! I'm still toying with mine, but I think it's "Smile" or "Laugh." Life shouldn't be so serious, so I'm aiming to lighten up a bit this year.

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  15. Things in today's world are far too serious. We all need to play more.

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