Day 2350: Have pride in who you are

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

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I have pride that Jocelyn Schur, LCSW, is attending the NSGP conference and also reads this blog!

Here‘s U2 with Pride (in the Name of Love):

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.

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12 thoughts on “Day 2350: Have pride in who you are

  1. always be proud of your pride

  2. I am proud to be your friend, Ann. Thanks for using my headline! It is very appropriate for today’s post for sure.

  3. I am reasonably satisfied with who I am

  4. Usually when someone says “I hope you’re proud of yourself” it’s sarcastic, but I sincerely hope Mark is proud to have inspired such a wonderful title–and I’m glad he and I are both proud to be your friend.
    And I’m glad to see Boston is one of many cities where people are expressing their pride. I’ve seen pride celebrations grow from small events where participants were often outnumbered by protesters to big inclusive celebrations, and that give me hope that, in spite of all uncertainty and setbacks, it really does get better.

  5. Have pride in who you are, and that includes Harley!

  6. I guess I need thought about it as directly you put the question! For the most part I’m happy with myself, so maybe I need to add a little pride to that awareness. 🙂 Thank you for that nudge!

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