Yesterday, I published the post Day 2385: What is the title of this post? in which I encouraged readers to propose a title for the day’s collection of photos.
I have pride in who my readers are, and those readers include wonderful WordPresser Mark Bialczak,who posted this comment:
Have Pride in Who You Are
… would be one alternative title, but you may also have used that one in your years of post wisdom, Ann!
I have pride in my answer to Mark:
I have not used that title before, Mark. Therefore, I shall use it for my next blog post! What would I do without you, my friend?
I have pride in using that title, here and now, because
- Boston’s Pride Parade is today,
- I (as part of a “pride” of group therapists) am attending the annual conference of the Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy,
- after over twenty years of attending those sustaining and educational conferences, I have pride in who I am as the President of that organization, and
- the title fits my pride of today’s photos:
I have pride that Jocelyn Schur, LCSW, is attending the NSGP conference and also reads this blog!
Here‘s information about today’s Pride Parade in Boston:
Do you have pride in who you are? Please express your thoughts and feelings with pride in a comment, below.
I have pride that gratitude is a big part of who I am, so thanks to all who helped me create today’s post and — of course! — to YOU.