In Retrospective – Goodbye Daily Post Prompt

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The Daily Post Prompt’s ending has me being retrospective considering over the years I have enjoyed the one word prompting and the community of bloggers who took the time to write posts that used it.

Having The Daily Prompt brought many new readers to my blog and also gave me the opportunity to meet new bloggers to follow and to connect with over the years.  While I don’t know the reason for the ending of it, I am grateful to have been a part of it, on and off, over the years I’ve been blogging.

My heartfelt thanks to those who by their imagination and perseverance, gave us the daily prompting as by their hard work and ingenuity, we became a community of people who could participate or not, depending on our blogging styles.

Keep shining your heartlights dear bloggers!  We are still a strong community and I look forward to continuing to read your posts and sharing our stories.

Shine On!

xo

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7 thoughts on “In Retrospective – Goodbye Daily Post Prompt

  1. A cycle is ending and into that vacuum comes a rough diamond that you will slowly polish into a new you. Enjoy the journey Yvonne, you never know, you may discover a different Post Prompt. This one may be short and dark with sparkling eyes…he may prompt much from within every day 😀 ❤

    • Thanks Mark! I agree with you! It’s just been a lovely journey with The Daily Prompt and I’m grateful for each and every step and connection that has walked with me! Have a lovely day! ♥ 🙂

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