Two Cents Tuesday Challenge: Resolution Week 2

one direction

The bird that would soar above the plain of tradition and prejudice
must have strong wings
douglas adams

It is the second week of January in what the astrologers and various other morale-boosters promote as an auspicious year provided we pay attention to our own foibles and put some positive back into play.  Many of us find ourselves back in routines we had gladly shrugged off pre-holiday and are putting into effect versions of 2013’s first Two Cents Tuesday Challenge theme – Resolution.

Across the Bored had asked “What does resolution represent to you?” Is it the sharp outlines and incredible detail of a macro shot, a settlement in St. Thomas or some awesome Mahavishnu guitar orchestrations… perhaps an idea you had on the eve of this new year has changed – whether broken or fulfilled, accomplished or midstream… We would love to see your vision.

For all those who are new readers to Across the Bored, some great entries and the guidelines for this fortnight’s challenge can be found here. Need more info or want to browse past themes? Have a look at HOW DOES THIS WORK.

10 thoughts on “Two Cents Tuesday Challenge: Resolution Week 2

  1. Island Traveler says:

    An eye opener. Resolutions help us challenge ourselves to be better. I really don’t have a particular one. I try my best that this year will be better, happier, more peaceful than the year before. I realize now that what matters is I find meaning in my life. Hmm…that can be my resolution, “to live a life of meaning.” Happy New Year.

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  2. Caddo Veil says:

    Considering the fact that I just did one of these “resolution” poems/posts, I think I’ll pass. See you next time–God bless you big!

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    • ideflex says:

      Yes, the New Year brought with it a ton of work so instead of lapsing I thought it would be easier to just extend the length of time the challenge ran to two weeks instead of one. The first week will present the theme and the second week will be a little “reminder” – hopefully we’ll get some more action! What do you think?

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