Happy Halloween! Today I have a fun Picture to Instagram project. I hope all of you have a great and safe Halloween Holiday. With the passing of Halloween comes one of my favorite times of the year…Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving has to be one of my favorite holidays for a few simple reasons…
I feel like Thanksgiving tends to get the shaft, sandwiched between Halloween and Christmas. And with the Christmas retail practically taking over my local stores since early fall, it seems like everyone forgets about poor Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving is a time for us to reflect on our many blessings, and to be thankful for all that we have. We truly are blessed and I believe that the people who are the happiest are those who are grateful and thankful for the blessings they ALREADY enjoy.
(my side of the family—Bear Lake 2012)
So I thought it would be fun to see if you guys were interested in participating in my Grateful Gram Challenge. This is like the past Photo-A-Day Challenges that I shared with you this past summer. You know the ones that I slowly fizzled out on? Ha Ha!
I think I can do this for ONE MONTH. What about you? You want to play along?
How will it work? Simply take a photo each day during the month of November, of the item listed for that day. Then post it to your favorite Social Media Site. I will be posting mine to Instagram (my name is theidearoom), Facebook and Twitter. Post the picture and a small description that includes the daily topic and these two hashtags…#gratefulgram and #idearoom.
*By including the hashtags, people can follow along. To see who is participating, simply click on either of the hashtags and it will pull up ALL the pictures.
If you are going to be playing along, and want me to follow you on Social Media, be sure to leave a comment with your Social Media information so I can follow along too.
(husband’s side of the family—California 2010)
I can’t wait to see all the things you are grateful for. And…if you have a hard time coming up with a photo for the idea listed by the day, don’t sweat it…take a picture of something else you are grateful for. The point is to just get us thinking and being aware of our many blessings. And if you can’t get everyday, just do what you can.