Talk Amongst Yourselves…

The best laid plans of mice, men, and me. Instead of a new essay for this week, I am going to take a breather and enjoy visiting with our new granddaughter, her devoted big sister and her overjoyed parents. Worry not. I am reprising the past three weeks’ essays and offering you the chance to have a great conversation this week on a subject of your choosing.        (OK, one of three choices below.)

You might recall that the topics for this  25-essay series are inspired by the cards in our Picture a Conversation deck of prompts. Gorgeous photo (by Martin) and theme (by yours truly) on the front. On the back, three questions guaranteed to  jumpstart the kinds of conversations we so frequently enjoyed before the world went digital.

Below you’ll see a link to each of the past three columns paired with one of the questions that appears on the back of the card. Yes, I do grasp the irony that I am using the web to encourage you to get off the web. The means justifies the ends. Let me know how it goes for you. With whom did you have a great conversation?  Or did you go inward, using the questions for journalling/self-dialogue?

  1. Is there a difference between a broken heart and a heart that has been broken open. Here is the link to the essay and the image that inspired this question.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Is “”giving in” submission? Or accommodation? What’s the difference?   Here is the link to the essay and the image that inspired this question.

 

 

 

 

 

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Share what it’s like to have a child whose traits mirror yours. Or who is your total opposite. Here is the link to the essay and the image that inspired this question.

 

 

 

 

I’ll be back next week with a new essay, new stories and a new conversation.

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  1. Shelby says:

    The link for the second picture always takes me to the essay for the geese picture, it the new bud picture☹️

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