“Be Audacious” seems like audaciously appropriate advice on this audacious Monday in the audacious month of October, 2016.
I mean, so many audacious people are being audacious all around us … why shouldn’t we be audacious, too?
During my audacious recovery from some audaciously recent open heart surgery, I’ve tried to be audacious and focus on my own audacious needs first with doctors and other audacious people in my life. Being audacious in this way has been particularly helpful as I deal with the unexpected and audacious recall of my audaciously important St. Jude pacemaker/defibrillator, which I received 17 audacious months ago.
Indeed, when I saw this audacious flyer, yesterday:
… I immediately thought to my audacious self, “I shall be audacious and make ‘Be Audacious’ the title and the topic of my next audacious blog post!”
Was I being audacious when I took these other photos on that same audacious day?
Which photo is the most audacious of all, in your audacious opinion?
My audacious friend Carol sent me this audacious photo yesterday, via an audacious text message:
If you are audacious enough to request more audacious info about any of the audacious photos in this audacious post, I shall be audacious enough to answer.
There are so many audacious possibilities for an audacious video here, but I shall be audacious and choose this one, for your audacious pleasure:
I shall now audaciously thank all those who helped me create this audacious post and audacious you (for reading it) with one final audacious photo.