I found another 30 Day Challenge, but instead of giving you the full and complete list, I’ll simply post one prompt at a time.
As usual, these will not be written in thirty consecutive days. I have a baby and she’s freaking adorable. I’m not about to skip out on posts regarding her just to complete a challenge! I have a life and I like to write about it. I’ll tuck the 30 Day Challenge posts in among my other posts.
Some of these are pretty redundant, so I’ll try to put a new spin on things to make it more interesting. Hey, what is writing if it can’t be creative?
So, today I give you the 30 Day Challenge: Day One!
Five ways to win your heart.
1.) Make me laugh. Laughter is music to the soul and I can’t resist someone with a sense of humor! Ash can make me laugh like no one else! She has an effortless way of making the most mundane of things comical. She doesn’t have to try, she just is. Humor has a way of smoothing over the most difficult situations and making them, somehow, seem less difficult and more manageable.
2.) Challenge me. Make me think. Force me to look outside the box. Question my beliefs. Force me to reconsider at how I view things. Ask me “what if” and “if you could.” Oh, if you could only hear some of the conversations Ash and I find ourselves in!
3.) Surprise me. I’m nosy. I have to know everything. If you can pull one over on me, you deserve a huge pat on the back. Even without trying, I have a way of figuring out what’s going on and when. I’m one of the hardest people to surprise. However, Ash has become quite good at beating me at my own game!
4.) Accept me. I can be impossible, grumpy and unreasonable. Accept me anyway. I am a beast if I don’t get enough sleep and I can become quite emotional when I’m upset. Just remember it’s not your fault and I’ll snap out of it. Ash is a saint to put up with me at times!
5.) Humor me. I have grandiose visions and can concoct some outlandish scenarios. Laugh with me. Dream with me. Join me in thinking that anything, and I mean anything, is possible!
The way is not in the sky. The way is in the heart.