Day 1810: What do you know!

What do you know!  It’s the eighteen hundred and tenth consecutive day of blogging here at The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally.

“What do you know!”  is (according to people who know)

something you say when you are surprised by a piece of information.

What do you know!  I facilitated two therapy groups yesterday where people talked about what they know, including their

  • feelings,
  • thoughts,
  • experiences, and
  • choices.

What do you know!  I took these photos yesterday:

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What do you know!  When I read out loud what I’d written, directly above, somebody in that group said, “You should start a blog!”

What do you know!  In the other group yesterday, we talked about this children’s song:

What do you know about the feelings in that song?

What do you know! There’s a comment section below where you can post what you know.

What do you know!  I’m ending another post with gratitude to all, including you.

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What do you know!  We all make a difference.

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24 thoughts on “Day 1810: What do you know!

  1. What do you know! Another inspiring post by Ann!

  2. Forgive the choices of the past. I need to learn to live by that mantra. Nice post 🙂

  3. I do know, that there is a lot, that I don’t know, yet…

  4. WOW 💃

  5. You really should start a blog, Ann. I’m thinking, it’d be a good one !

  6. What I know is I’m glad that “What do you know!” is an expression of surprise and not really a question to be taken literally. If someone really wanted to know what I know I’d have to ask them to be more specific, because I don’t know what I know.

  7. I think I know a lot but I also know that there is a lot more to know, in fact there is probably more that I don’t know than I do. Does that make sense???????

  8. Hang on a minute, I’ll just ask Google

  9. To avoid angst in life, Sargent Shultz from “Hogan’s Heroes,” said it best: “I know nothing!”
    -Alan

  10. If I’m angry or annoyed by my loved ones and I know it, I’m trying to not respond out loud, and it helps!

  11. What do you know!

  12. What I do know is that you’re ANN amazing woman! (♡ ὅ ◡ ὅ )ʃ♡

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