{day ten}

{day ten}

Double digits baby!

There are some days where I roll my eyes and sigh as I view


There is one commercial that will never get old in my book.

I loved it during the last Super Bowl and I am so glad that

I am seeing it a lot lately.

Worth another look as this is the longer version than the one

most often aired.

Great advertising minds!

Last week, I reached into my mail slot and found

such fun by way of Target.

Take a look!

How creative is that?!

If you recall, a haiku is a 3-line poem

with 5, 7 and 5 syllables.

Let’s take a look inside and read

a few haikus…

Cute aren’t they?!

Well, in high school, I always struggled with

writing haikus.

But I am going to give it a try in honor of this

31 day challenge.

Here’s my attempt at putting together a little

haiku prescription.

Sad, blue, head hangs low,

Let encouragement lift you.

Repeat as needed.

Let encouragement be the force that guides
your interactions this week.

5 thoughts on “{day ten}

  1. The VW commercial remains my all time favorite. Makes me smile every time. Great haiku, too! I can relate to the level of difficulty. I’m doing a 6 Word Memoir for every day of the 31 Days project and it’s a challenge!


  2. JILL!
    This is so creative!
    You killed it…I love it!
    Thanks for taking the time to count all those syllables.
    Did you count on your fingers as much as I did?
    Tee hee!
    Bless your sweet heart!


  3. This is my favorite commercial too and I had not seen the extended version so thanks for posting that. I also was terrible at any kind of poetry and so I am suprised at myself for attempting one too;
    Fall in all glory,
    Leaves turn, pumpkins, apples crisp,
    Frolick, taste, alive!


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