Day 2079: How many people does it take?

How many people does it take to make a difference?

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How many people does it take to

  • write a blog post?
  • change a light bulb?
  • take some photos?

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How many people does it take to be you?

How many people does it take to make this amazing video and sing and play all these parts?

 

How many people does it take to make a comment?

How many people does it take to thank Jacob Collier, good cats, good humans,  good cooks, friendly people, people who heal in groups, survivors, and — of course! — YOU?

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20 thoughts on “Day 2079: How many people does it take?

  1. How many bloggers will you make smile with this post?

  2. Have a sweet New Year, Sweet You❤️

  3. One of many, Ann.

  4. Shana tovah, Ann.
    Looks like Oscar and Michael are starting the new year off right, with a schluff. Wishing you all a sweet year.

  5. Happy New Year Ann❣️
    P.s. it takes a village

  6. Wishing you Rosh Hashanah. That makes four so far

  7. I’m glad I’m not too late to ask, how many psychiatrists does it take to change a light bulb?
    One, but the light bulb has to really want to change.
    L’Shanah Tovah!

  8. Happy 5779! It only takes *me* to change a light bulb – I just need time to curse the darkness first.

  9. How many people does it take to be happy, answer 1 we are in control of our own happiness

  10. You do make a difference! You’ve inspired me to share more smiles with others. Because of your fun photos I can see that you smile frequently throughout the day and that has to rub off on those around you! So it only takes one person to make a difference, at least to get it started, and that that difference is positively multiplied! Happy New Year, dear Ann.

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