Welcome to Tell Me Tuesday.....First off the title is a bit deceiving.....it really is not about you telling me anything.... but answering a question truthfully and maybe telling yourself a little something you had not thought about.
I'd love for you to join me each week, and copy the question onto your blog and answer the question....and link back here. I am sure it will be interesting how there will be many different answers to the same question.....and hopefully give each of us something to think about as this new year progresses. My thought is so many people (including myself) are looking for some answers to various things. I have a feeling that the answers are inside needing to be jiggled loose and maybe a question posed a certain way will have a cause and effect in a good way. We will see how it goes! I have committed to this once a week for the whole year of 2012. I'd love for you to take the challenge with me!
I am keeping the rules simple...I'd love to watch this grow as the year goes on.
1. Grab the button on the sidebar if you like so others can find this new writing experience each week.
2. Once you link in, visit the person who linked in before you and leave them a comment. It would be great to visit and leave comments for as many as you can. But at least try and leave the person ahead of you in the link a comment of support.
3. Please link back to my blog and mention Tell Me Tuesday somewhere in your POST. That is it....easy.
Most of all, look at this writing experience with an open mind. Sometimes the questions will be hard...and require some thought. That is a good thing. Other times it will be easy. You can add photos, or whatever you like to your post. It is about you after all. ~ Thanks for joining me.....I hope you enjoy this each week.
Week Thirteen Question:
What is one thing you were given as a child that you still cherish today?
Oh. My. I. am. late. Thankfully, it is still Tuesday!!
I have talked about this before on my blog, but the one thing that I still have that I was given as a child is a lion that belonged to my great grandma. When she passed away, I was allowed to keep this stuffed animal that she had. I always had a fascination with this lion as it always sat on her bed. I am thankful that I understood the significance of this gift as a young child and took exceptional care of him.
He has always been kept in my cedar chest, safe from little hands that may have wanted to play with him. This is a real treasure to me.
What about you? Do you still have a item you treasure from your childhood?