Saturday, April 21, 2012

The DMS Wants to Know

The week has been a lesson in life! Exploring our inner selves has been truly inspirational. Monday's Riddle revolved around the connection we all share with each other. Lizzy reviewed the middle grade book, Savvy, by Ingrid Law, which was thought provoking and interesting to think about. We shared our thoughts about this topic on Top of the Heap with you, which was not only fun to put together, but great to imagine the possibilities. Friday, it was an honor for us to host an interview with Gueh Yanting, Claudine, author of the children's book, My Clearest Me, which we recently reviewed on Margo's Musings. Wynn's enlightening story was the spark that fueled the fire and kept our imaginations burning bright all week. Today, we want to hear from all of you!

The DMS wants to know: 
Who is your clearest you? If you could have a unique, special ability or savvy, what would it be? 

We told you ours, now let's hear yours! 

6 comments:

  1. I seriously think the clearest me is my inner self when I connect to the Universe, and that usually happens when I am being creative. I even look different to myself when looking through a mirror, I think - happy, glowing.

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    1. What a beautiful answer, Donna! I love it! :) ~F

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  2. At first I wanted my savvy to be to transport anywhere instantaneously, but I changing. I would love to be able to take sorrow out of someone's heart. I'm my clearest self when I'm in nature.

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    1. Hi Leslie,
      That would be a wonderful gift to share with the world! For me, it's easiest to connect with myself when I'm outside in the woods or by a lake. It's always great to hear from you! ~ F

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  3. My clearest ability is to...yikes...I am not sure...I just like being a good person and I like being kind and nice to people...and I try to listen to people even if it is boring sometimes...

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    1. Patty- Being kind and listening are two of the best things anyone can do. Listening is especially hard for most people. You are so nice! :) ~F

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