Day 3085: What’s the theme of this post?

Very rarely, I look at all the images I’ve gathered during a 24-hour period and have trouble coming up with an underlying or overlying theme. When that happens, I turn to my readers and ask “What’s the theme of this post?”

Who wants to play?

Maybe the theme today is “favorite things”?

In case that’s a possibility, here’s John Coltrane playing “My Favorite Things.”

What do you think the theme of this post is? There are no wrong answers, so please leave a comment, below.

One overlying or underlying theme in all my posts is gratitude, so thanks to all who help me blog every day, including YOU.

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16 thoughts on “Day 3085: What’s the theme of this post?

  1. life goes on and people keep trying to go on with it

  2. I think today’s theme is, ‘I think … ‘ Ann.

  3. Think thankfully. Thank thinkfully!

  4. puella33

    I interpret the theme to be hope. We can always realize our dreams with or without the sun. There is always more we can do to improve our civility toward each other and our environment.

  5. I think the theme is “We are all floating in space” but it could just as easily be “no one has a favorite anything”, although I can easily say your blog is one of my favorites.

  6. Today’s theme could be ‘artistic expression’. I like images #4 and #5 because of the light and composition.

    I love Coltrane here. “My Favorite Things” is from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ‘The Sound of Music’, (1959), and several jazz musicians played the melodies, just as with Rodgers and Hart’s partnership which was from an earlier period (until Hart’s death 1943). This is something I’m now enjoying and didn’t know about.

  7. I really tried, but I couldn’t single out a theme, my friend. This was one of your more eclectic, but I enjoyed at least trying to participate! LOL!

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