Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Ten-Word Tuesday: The Emotion Series


Fear's a beast that, when tamed, becomes a helpful ally.


(Honestly, did you see that coming?)

And as long as I'm breaking the rules, I want to give Shelli a shout-out. She's hosting a fabulous marketing contest this week, so head on over to her blog and check it out!

24 comments:

  1. I love these Ten-Word Tuesdays! It is usually what I need to hear! I've been trying to deal with fear this week- thanks!

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  2. I'm with Kelly. I live for these Ten-Word Tuesdays! :)

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  3. Great thought, I needed that today!

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  4. I absolutely LOVE ten-word Tuesday!! :-)

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  5. Yes, you have to turn your weakness into your strength! Awesome ten word Tuesday!

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  6. I LOVE this! You are brilliant! ♥

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  7. That is very profound. I love the picture too. Look at you! Over a hundred followers. That so rocks!

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  8. OMG Ten Word Tuesdays. Awesome idea!! Can't wait til next Tuesday!

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  9. Never thought of it that way. Nice.

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  10. Your ten-word Tuesdays are even better than microblogging! And I so agree on fear. Make it a friend!

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  11. Awesome! Yes, *evil grin* fear can be a wonderful ally, if used correctly. :D

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  12. Oh and I left you an award on my blog:)

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  13. I love ten word tuesdays! :) So cool!

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  14. Blessings on your day, dear.

    Jen
    Audience of ONE

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  15. I'm so glad so many of you found this helpful! It's something I learned back in my performing days. :)

    Daisy, I don't know about that. I love your microblogging!

    Christine, thank you! You're so thoughtful!

    Thanks, Jen. Blessings to you as well!

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  16. Good way of turning a potential negative on its axis! :)

    BTW, I've nominated you for a blog award! I posted a list on my blog today: http://lbdiamond.wordpress.com/ :)

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  17. Nice!! I like it!

    By the way, you CAN still watch Emma on PBS.org http://video.pbs.org/program/979359625/, or rent it on netflix! :) it IS 4 hours long, so renting the DVD may be preferable over streaming it online.

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  18. Thanks for visiting my blog, Nisa! (And I can't tell you how excited I am about both Elana and Shelli's contests!)

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  19. Kristin, sadly, PBS along with many other websites, don't allow viewing outside of the U.S. I tried that aldready *snap* But I will find a way to watch it. Oh yes, I will! ;)

    Karen, you're welcome and thanks in turn! I'm excited about them too!

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