Day 2070: What’s your super power

Yesterday, I used my photographic super power to take a picture of this:


What’s your super power?  Do you have more than one? Are you so super modest that it’s difficult to own your super powers?

Here’s a super incomplete list of my super powers:

  1. Taking pictures (see above).
  2. Blogging daily.
  3. Facilitating group healing.
  4. Coming up with new ideas.
  5. Finding cool socks.

I recently told a  super co-worker that helping a patient find a psychiatrist was NOT one of my super powers. I’m super secure that it’s super helpful to be aware and accepting of our super powers AND our limitations.

Speaking of limitations, I recently had the super idea that I stop using the super-judgmental  label “stupid” about myself or anybody else and use the superior word “limited” instead.

Do you see any super powers in my other super snapshots from yesterday?


















We think you deserve a treat, no matter what your super powers or limitations. I shall now attempt to find a super treat on YouTube for my super readers.

There’s a super number of videos on YouTube asking and perhaps answering the question, “What’s your super power?”  However, I’d rather share some super music like Super Stevie Wonder’s “Superstitious” and “Superwoman.”

I hope you use your super power of making comments, below.

It’s time to use my super power of expressing thanks to all those who helped me create today’s post and — of course! — YOU.  And I shall use my super powers to get back here as quickly as possible.


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17 thoughts on “Day 2070: What’s your super power

  1. Your blog is out of this world and a superpower. I have superhero socks too btw. And always great to see and hear Stevie Wonder.

  2. I lost it along the way 🙂

  3. One of my superpowers is being friendly to people who deserve it, Ann. Another is being able to tell which people deserve it.

  4. can really feel those
    superpowers highlighted
    by wonderful song!
    mysteriously makes
    me feel more power 🙂

  5. If you asked people who work with me they’d probably say my superpower is optimism. At least that’s what my boss regularly talks about: that I’m always upbeat even about challenges. Maybe that is a superpower but I wish it came with a cool costume.

  6. Hi Ann, I’ve being told by family and friends, I was a super husband and carer for Carole, so I suppose I’m a SuperIvor, which is probably right, how many Ivor’s do you know……..

  7. Pingback: Day 2071: Back in a flash | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

  8. I love Carpool Karaoke! No matter the guest, I’m always so amused. I think my “super power” is both my sense of humor and my loyalty to friends and family. I don’t tend to give up…it’s been brought to my attention that perhaps this is a flaw. LOL! I’m going to rebrand it as my superpower. Thank you for that. 🙂

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