Submitted by: Ben Rimes
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1. Using a timer, write what you’re thankful for in just 10 seconds! Anything and everything that you can think of being thankful for is fair game, but stop at 10 seconds.
2. Share what you’ve written on a blog, wiki, or some other digital space that others can comment on.
3. Bonus! Complete a 10 second drawing of yourself to accompany your writing, inspired by the November 19th, 2012 Daily Create!
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I can’t believe I am so lucky to have such a blessed life … 10 seconds is not enough for me and my wordiness to capture the exact degree of my lucky-ness.The things I am grateful for are, in no particular order: Faith Friends Family Hope Strength Health Creativity Life
I can’t believe I am so lucky to have such a blessed life … 10 seconds is not enough for me and my wordiness to capture the exact degree of my lucky-ness. But since this particular writing assignment prompted us to do both a ten-second write and doodle, I figured …
This was difficult, I was surprised how quickly 10 seconds could go by. I know I missed some things, probably some very important things, I don’t think extremely clearly when I’m under pressure.
Here is what I am thankful for:
I could not even list half of what I am so thankful for but I got the most important ones in my life. 10 seconds is not long enough to express my thanks in life but here are the ones that mean the most to me:
– Supporting Family
10 seconds. What are you thankful for? On your marks, get set, GO!
For my second writing assignment of the week I chose 10 seconds of thanks. You have 10 seconds to write down as many things you can that your thankful for. I put my iphone stopwatch on …
10 seconds was not long enough to describe everything that I am thankful for nor to draw a picture of myself. But here is what I was able to come up with:
-Thank you to my FAMILY
-Thank you to my FRIENDS
-Thank you for my HEALTH
-Thank you for …
I’m thankful for my family.
I’m thankful for my friends.
I’m thankful for health (including people around me).
10 seconds were so short to write what I am thankful for.
Harvey Mackay once said, “Talent is God-given; be humble. Fame is man-given; be thankful. Conceit is self-given; be careful.” Everyone’s got to be thankful for everything. You’re living a life, you should be thankful. You’re breathing, you should be thankful. You get to live in a house and eat everyday, …
So, for my second assignment, I chose a writing assignment. I was scrolling through them and none of them caught my eye. But then I saw the 10 seconds of thanks one. I liked the fact that I could do it from Jimmy’s point of view, especially since in episode …
I went house shopping today. I think I am in love with this backyard!
Check out the video I made about the backyard. While I was taking pictures, I thought about how I really feel about this class. Even though I struggled a little bit in this class, I still …
family, friends, comfortable shoes, bed, good food, headache medicine, headphones, pens that don’t skip
not a bad list…
Bonus: draw a picture of you to complete your list:
<:-) my hair is sticking out….. lol
I did the 10 Seconds of Thanks assignment because …
I am thankful for my family
I am thankful for my friends
I am thankful for the opportunities I have in my life
I am thankful for the food I am fed everyday
I am thankful for my education
I am thankful for the love I am given.…
For this assignment, I had to write the things in which I am thankful for in 10 seconds and then draw a picture of what I listed within 10 seconds as well.
It’s only 2 days until one of my most beloved holidays here in the United States, Thanksgiving. A day for families far flung around the country or close-knit to come together and be thankful for all that we are be blessed to have. Whether you’re thankful for your family, a roof over your head, a …
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