In a world of negativity, let’s see if we can think of something positive to share. Please feel free to comment here and/or on Patty’s blog. Let’s stop thinking negative, even if only for a moment.

Pattys World

The world is filled with a lot of negativity.
A lot of people deal with depression, anger, and rejection.
I do too.
I have decided that for the next 24 hours I am going to try to spread some positivity.
I challenge each one reading this to comment and share one positive thing no matter what it is if it makes you feel good share it.
I also challenge each one of you to share this and invite and encourage your friends to do the same.
Remember, one pebble tossed into a pond makes a ripple.
If enough people toss enough positive pebbles we can make a wave.
Social media spreads a lot of struggle and strife.
Help me stop the madness one positive pebble at a time.

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Author: abbiejohnsontaylor

I'm the author of two novels,, two poetry collections, and a memoir with another novel on the way. My work has appeared in various journals and anthologies. I'm visually impaired and live in Sheridan, Wyoming, where for six years, I cared for my totally blind late husband who was paralyzed by two strokes. Please visit my website at http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com.

2 thoughts on “POSITIVE PEBBLE CHALLENGE! ! !”

  1. I look for positivity every day and I find it. Recently an anonymous stranger bought my lunch. When I went to pay my check, I was told that it was already paid. My sister said she had two random acts of kindness one day. Someone picked up her check in a restaurant and she did not know the person. Later an employee at a fast food restaurant did not charge for her coffee because he was slow with her service. He also brought her two pieces of pie for the same reason.
    I always have felt we have more kind people in this country than bad, and I see it every day, at my super market, my drug store and other places in my small home town. I ordered take out from a local restaurant this week. When I arrived to get my order, I did not have enough cash and they don’t take credit cards. The waitress said to me, “Just bring it by later.” She handed me my food order.

    I see more positive things in my life than I do negative every single day. I don’t watch the news anymore because there is nothing positive usually and I don’t want to be brought down.


    1. Good for you, Glenda. As for the rest of you, come on. Don’t tell me you can’t think of a single positive thing, maybe something good that happened to you or a random act of kindness. I triple dog dare you to share and spread the possitivity.


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