{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. Jill M says:

    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!


  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. 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!


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