I Invite You to…

Love Notes 26 just ended. Sort of. I have yet to send my response for the final prompt, but since tonight we’re dealing with the madness of my son’s finishing up his science project, I’m dropping in with my partner’s response to the first prompt: “I invite you to…”

Lynda F, who is an artist, gave me a “ticket to happiness” and collaged a beautiful invitation for the year, written by poet and artist, S.C. Lourie:

Make sure you give considerable time to your dreams this year. Believe in yourself, darling. Make a wish and let it take you on an adventure. Like flowers, may your deepest wishes and dreams blossom in your hands, and those who love you will help them blossom too.  –S.C. Lourie, butterfliesandpebbles

Thank you for these words, Lynda, and for introducing me to another “Instagram Poet.” I’ve been a little obsessed with the “Writers of Instagram” lately.

This year began with an insane amount of craziness [redundant, I know], but I’m going to be a bit more intentional this month about finding quiet moments to figure out life–a little of it at least.

Stay tuned. I’ll be blogging Love Notes from Lynda Wednesday and Friday too!

8 thoughts on “I Invite You to…

  1. Mali says:

    I FELT this sentence. “Make sure you give considerable time to your dreams this year.” I haven’t done that for quite a long time. Thank you for sharing these lovely words.

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    • Chandra Lynn says:

      Yes! It’s a wonderful project, but even if you don’t join Love Notes, get some postcards (Amazon has LOTS to choose from) and write little “just because” notes to family and friends. If you don’t have anything to say, write a quote on the card and send it on! Join the snail mail revolution! 🙂

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  2. franhunne4u says:

    I do this right now with my sister – give her something to dream about – project Humpty-Dumpty … we will go to Japan together (both of us being quite fat, I named that Humpty-Dumpty on tour) next year in spring (when she turns 50) and now she has something that drives her.

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