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The month of October is going to be busy! I find when I  get trapped in the hustle and the bustle. My mind gets a little foggy and I stop blogging. So I’m asking for your help! 

Can you leave me one question in the comment box? It can be anything that pops off the top of your mind!   I will use each of those questions as a writing prompt for an upcoming blog post this month. I will also link your question back to your blog and thank you profusely for inspiring me.

I look forward to being challenged  this month with all of your brilliant questions!

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Darcie Cameron is a RYT 200 who believes Yoga is a gift that is accessible to everyone with proper modifications, a patient smile and just taking the time to breathe. One of the greatest presents you will ever unwrap is when you connect your mind, body and spirit in perfect sync with your own breath. Connect with Darcie on Facebook

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  1. Considering it would be the ultimate Republic goal, what is the one thing every citizen could do towards protecting the sovereignty of our nation?

    (Are we allowed more than one posted question?)

  2. What a fun idea! Love it (can I borrow it one day?) Ok, since it is my favorite question to ask all couples… here goes…

    How did you & mr. mba meet?

  3. Would your life be any different, fundamentally, if you were the opposite sex of the one you are now?

    i mean, besides the obvious of being the opposite sex of the one you are now, of course…

  4. Here’s a writing prompt I used this week on my blog (it’s from Writer’s Digest): You come across a pack of matches that sets off a series of uncanny events. Start your story with “My mother always told me not to play with fire.” End it with “And that’s how I ended up in the middle of nowhere—naked.” Have fun!

  5. Hmmm. If you were sleepwalking while on safari in sub-Saharan Africa and happened awake near a watering hole where lions came often to stalk their prey, what would you do? (This actually happened to someone I know. Crazy, right?)

  6. What changes would you make in the second half of your life if once you got there it wasn’t what you thought it would be? Believe me it comes faster than you think it will…

  7. I’m trying to think of a really good one, but unfortunately, a strange one got stuck in my head, and I can’t shake it. D:

    You’ve reached the place where the sidewalk ends. Where did it end, and what are you going to do next?

    Welcome to my brain. Shel Silverstein occupies a significant corner of it. If I can come up with a more normal prompt, I’ll add it here.

  8. Where would you like to spend your retirement? (I ask because my husband decided on Hawaii even before he started working…)

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