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Day 3794: Ceilings

I am floored by all this upheaval about ceilings in the news. There seems to be no ceiling to the angst about the USA debt ceiling.

Do you see any important ceilings in today’s blog post?

It’s nice to have a new musical instrument under our ceilings on National Buy a Musical Instrument Day.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “ceilings.”

I also find this:


There is no ceiling to how indebted I am to all who help me create these blog posts, including YOU.

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Day 1487: What is your greatest strength?

What is your greatest strength?

One of my greatest strengths is asking questions.

Earlier this week, I asked people in a therapy group what their greatest strengths were.  When somebody replied, “I don’t have any strength,” I changed my question to “What are your positive qualities?”

One of my greatest strengths is noticing interesting things around me and taking pictures of them.













It looks like Siri’s greatest strengths include answering questions but NOT driving a car.

A lot of women in the 1970s, including me, saw great strengths in the late Mary Tyler Moore.

Another one of my greatest strengths is expressing appreciation for others.  Thanks to all who helped me create this post and to you — of course! — for all your strengths (even if you don’t feel strong).

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