100 blog posts, 100 words

For my 100th blog post, I would like to share 100 words that are meaningful to me.

These words describe something or somewhere that are close to my heart – places where I have lived, things I like, desire and dream about, or things I do not like.

I think these 100 words will give a good picture of who I am, where I am from and where I am going – the essential questions in life.

Suzhou, Beijing, China, Heidelberg, Germany, Madison, Chicago, St. Paul, Woodbury, America, parent, brother, wife, husband, son, daughter, writer, author, columnist, librarian, Bible, Christianity, spiritual, supernatural, mindful, soulful, humble, inspiring, transforming, quietness, spirit, love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control, healthy, fruit, vegetable, raw, yoga, simplicity, content, gratitude, friend, conversation, book, nonfiction, poem, biography, language, Chinese, library, Internet, newspaper, radio, reduce, recycle, reuse, green, frugal, resourceful, sharing, environmental, natural, community,
perfectionism, negativity, vanity, arrogance, ego, prideful, materialism, selfish, wasteful, TV, reading, writing, blogging, learning, growing, walking, gardening, volunteering, listening, networking, informed, educated, accomplished, published, connected, understood, validated, appreciated, respected, loved.

In a few days I will post something to help connect some of the dots.

5 Responses to 100 blog posts, 100 words

  1. Charity says:

    Cool blog! Is your theme custom made or did you download it
    from somewhere? A design like yours with a few simple adjustements would really make my
    blog shine. Please let me know where you got your theme.
    Bless you

  2. la vie, c'est dur says:

    must be comforting to live in la-la land (mentally that is). would suggest a little reality therapy. tune into the Red River Freethinkers blog and mix it up with the hard core atheists that “live” there.

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  5. Mary Aalgaard says:

    That was a great list. I like how you chose colors to go with the theme of the groups of words.

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