Today's Writing Prompt: Time Capsule
Imagine you buried a time capsule 20 years ago. Today you get to open it! What would you have placed inside?
I would have been 34 and I have to say I can't really remember what I was doing then. Probably working, looking after my family and volunteering. I may have included a journal I'd just filled, a newspaper for the date the capsule was buried, some favourite photos, a favourite book, something I had made by hand like a scarf or some mitts. I'm sure I would have added a photo of my family.
Secret Pal Day
International Thank You Day
We all have important people in our lives that have helped us get to where we are now. Make a point to recognize their contribution in your life. Whether it is by telephone, e-mail, fax, letter, or in person, make a point to thank aat least five mentors today.
1922: Canadian Leonard Thompson, 14, became the first diabetic patient to be successfully treated with insulin.
1935: Amelia Earhart makes the first solo flight from Hawaii to California.
Sir John A. Macdonald, first Canadian prime minister (1815)
Thomas F. Dixon, writer (1864)
Stanley Tucci, director (1960)