Day 1919: Bright Ideas

Since I’m having trouble finding bright ideas in the news or on social media these days, I was glad to see this in a store yesterday.

That bright photo shows a notebook for writing down one’s own bright ideas. I’m now having the bright idea that bright ideas often come from within. My next bright idea is this: maybe we should rely less on other people’s bright ideas, especially if the people pushing those ideas don’t seem particularly bright.

Do you see any bright ideas in my other photos from yesterday?

I’m now having the bright idea that I’ll be revisiting the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August. While I’ve had that bright idea several times before, some bright ideas are worth repeating.

I just had the bright idea to look for “Bright Ideas” on YouTube.

I look forward to seeing many bright ideas in the comments section, below.

Bright thanks to all who help me share bright ideas in this daily blog and — of course! — to you, for having the bright idea of reading it.

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13 thoughts on “Day 1919: Bright Ideas

  1. Life shines, Ann, and you hold up the mirror for us.

  2. We have solar lights. There’s not much sun at the moment. I think I’ll buy some battery operated ones

  3. Let the sunshine in to light up darker days to come. I love the bright idea concept, thanks for sharing.

  4. I can’t remember who it was but it’s been asked, what appeared over peoples’ heads before the light bulb was invented? I had the bright idea to check Google and instead found a number of surprising answers from fireflies to gas lights.

  5. Gosh, you have brightened my day with your bright ideas Ann! Thank you ❣️

  6. The world is full of bright ideas, I just have none

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