Category: Reverb11

#Reverb 11…That One Special Song

I never get tired of talking about music. My kids get tired of me talking about it, or telling them to shush so I can listen to a song they know I've heard a bazillion times. I can't help it. The good memories I have of my mother revolve around music; she'd pile us in […]


December 17 prompt from ReSound11: What's the one thing you've come to appreciate most in the past year? I can't choose just one….seriously, I'm supposed to choose just one?! Impossible, when I sit and actually think of everything in my life. There's no way to really compare so many different things from different parts of […]


I'm mixing it up a bit here and taking a prompt from a new source, @dailyangst. I haven't embraced #Reverb11 like I did #Reverb10, and I'm not sure why. The intention is there, just not strong enough to find the inspiration necessary to make daily posting happen. I'm going with the 'it is what it […]

#Reverb11 Day 5: Theme Song

Day 5: If your life was a television show, what would its theme song be? What music would be cued at the start of the show or when you entered a scene? When I was growing up I lived for Casey Kasem's countdowns, especially the end of the year extravaganzas that let me listen to the […]

#Reverb11, Day 2: My Wish for You

Day 2–My Children Will Do it Differently-If you could choose one thing that your children will do or experience in a different way than you have, what would it be and why? Wow, this is a minefield of a prompt. One the one hand, I'm grateful for every little bit of my childhood; each experience–good, […]

Getting my Reverb back on…

I was in love with Reverb10 last year. Loved the prompts, the community and the thoughts that came along with it. I missed it this year and pretended, sporadically, that I'd do the odd prompts that came along. Sadly, they never turned into anything but wishes. So I was practically drooling when I saw whispers […]

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