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Blogtober Day 10: I never thought blogging would...

So here we are with Blogtober a third of the way through! This has been so fun already and I find myself looking forward to sitting down to write my post each night. This ties in directly to today's topic of discussion: I never thought blogging would...

-Provide me such a space of happiness
-Offer me the chance to "meet" so many amazing writers
-and innovators
-and people so passionate about so many of the same things that keep me passionate and driven

One commonality I recognize in every blogger is the dreamer gene. We all have that sparkle in our eye for telling our stories and imagining where it may take us. Blogging is one of the very best experiences I've enjoyed yet.

So to surmise, I never knew blogging would offer me such fulfillment in the power of being a dreamer.

Helene in Between Blogtober

Until we meet again,
M

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  1. That last line is so perfect :) Being a dreamer is such an important thing :)
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    1. Thank you so much! It's a wonderful way to be, isn't it? :)

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  2. I agree with Charlotte--your last line is awesome :)

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  3. Aw, I love the dreamer thought! Never thought about it that way, but it's totally true!

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  4. It really does connect you in so many wonderful, surprising ways!

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    1. It absolutely does. Its too good not to take part :)

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