Day 12 of the March SOLSC! #sol14
I recently received a review copy of Whatever You Are, Be a Good One: 100 Inspirational Quotations (Chronicle Books, 2014) It is hand-lettered by Lisa Congdon. In an effort to shake things up for the next two days, I thought I’d include some of the quotations for your viewing pleasure. You can find them in the “Be Inspired” section.
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Anna Gratz Cockerille (@annagcockerille) is the new Slicer on the TWT Team. She created a new blog for her slice of life stories and has shared some incredible poems and prose. The piece I want to share with you today is “Everybody is Somebody’s Baby.” Anna recently found herself to be made uncomfortable by a stranger in the Subway. Instead of judging him, she considers an alternate point of view. Read through Anna’s slice and see if you can look at a situation through someone else’s eyes (and write about it) today.
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