Link-Up #8/Destination: Neverland


Hello Everyone!

It’s Monday! Are you ready for another Link-UP?

If this is your first time seeing this, first.. let me say, “I’m glad you’re here.”

LAURA’S LINK-UP is something that helps me connect with all of you, as well as you with others. Two Monday’s of each month, I will post a thought-provoking question. Sometimes, the question just sits there. That’s ok. But, usually…there’s always some brave soul out there that can’t resist…and starts up a conversation with their most excellent answer. 🙂 Thanks to all of you who have kept this going. The more comments posted, the more connections made. With your comment, you are asked to leave a link to your blog for others to LINK-UP to.  And so, now that you know…I hope you keep reading and stick around long enough to connect with at least one other awesome blogger.

First, I want to thank all those who participated in LINK-UP #7.    If you want to check out the responses, please click the link. Don’t be shy. You are more than welcome to still get in on the conversation.

Below are a few fellow bloggers who participated in the most recent “LINK-UP” as well as in past discussions.  Please check them out. You may discover a new friend and a new inspiration is just a link away.

I am extremely thankful for my blogging community.

I am inspired by you every day.

HEY IT’S NYSE

ALTRUISTICO

LIGHT MINISTRY BLOG

MISHUNDERSTOOD

RENEGADE EXPRESSIONS

POSITIVE REFLECTIONS

FLEETING MUSE

STEPS TIMES TWO

SLAYERSRUS

SIMPLY.CINDY

WORDPRESSCOM7862WORDPRESSCOM

DUEYVAN

THE HEART WAY

BEE ORGANIZED WITH PAMELA

NORMAL IS OVERRATED BLOG

MERRY HEARTS MEDICINE

IDLE MUSER

ANNETTE’S PLACE

PLANET SIMON

JUST PLANE OL’ VIC

THE MULLIGAN LIFE

A MOMMA’S VIEW

JHEART2HEARTY

AUBURN RHYME

BIG AND PINKY TOES

LORI GREER IN PORTLAND

GRUBBS AND CRITTERS

AGE OF AQUARIUS

SHREYA LOVES WRITING

NOTES FROM WANDA

AUTHOR CYNTHIA MACKEY

NH1ZNKJ4’S BLOG

Sanjeev Kumar Pandey’s Blog

Conscious of the Heart

LAZY HAZE

I’m happy to report my inner child is alive and well.

Over the weekend, I went to a neighborhood park.

I found myself on the swings feeling young all over again.

QUESTION #8:

When is the last time you said “hello” to your inner child?

Share your story. I want to hear!

   

Hope to see you in the link-up!

♥Laura

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16 thoughts on “Link-Up #8/Destination: Neverland

    • Playing with children is always fun. Love the laughter! Thanks for your comments!

      I’m catching up on all my replies and then heading over to check out your blog! 😃

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  1. Hi Laura. I say hello to my inner child everyday. I missed out on a lot of the normal childhood experience that the average person was able to enjoy. I was taking care of my two siblings full-time by the age of 14. I didn’t get to go to prom and I spent a lot time of of school because I had to care for my baby sister. you can read more about my story here http://notesfromwanda.com/2016/10/12/said-wouldnt-make/

    Now, Every Saturday morning I go to the park, swing on the swing, slide down the slide, & hang on the monkey bars. This allows me to exercise and stay fit, but I also get to do things that I was never freely to do when I was a child.

    Thank you Laura for keeping this going.

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  2. Inner child, outer child, aren’t they all the same? I act like a child every day!

    …Oh, no, wait…that’s my husband I’m thinking of…

    Just joking! Ha ha! I think there are fun little “childish” things to enjoy every day — like yesterday when I rode bikes with my daughter and twirled on the swings at the local park. (I’m a swing fanatic, like you mentioned in your recent video. 🙂 )

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    • Thanks for sharing your link. You have a wonderful blog. I will continue to share your link with each post. Would you like to share your thoughts on the question?

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  3. I just moved recently and came across some books from my childhood that have been sitting in a box because my last place was too small to display them. They now have an honored spot on a new bookcase, next to a few mementos from long-ago friends. It’s good to go back in time a little….

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  4. Hey Laura, thank you for these events, I love ’em!

    My experience with my inner child may be a bit different than others’.
    For years I was struggling with finding a sense of purpose in my life. I decided to dig in and look for the inner child in me; the kid that I used to be before society messed my head.
    Ever since I found him I live his dreams daily. I know how it feels being without him and I treasure every moment that he reminds me what I am put here to do.

    I believe that for us to have a fulfiled life, we need to get in touch with that kid that knows best.

    I love being funny and foolish as well tho xD, it’s just that your question brought up into my head the rawness and purity of our inner child.

    Thanks for the lovely question 😛

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    • Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts. I enjoyed reading your comments. I think we all need to have some fun and find that inner child. I also like fairs and carnivals. Playing games and just the wonderful sights and sounds makes me feel younger.
      Thanks for sharing your link! Really appreciate it. 🙂

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  5. I’ve always meant to come over for the link party. Today’s just that day. My inner child and myself are close. I try to connect as much as possible as I don’t ever want her to go away. I enjoy the telling of tall tales. As girls my cousin and I would make up some outlandish stories and tout them as truth. To this day, I still enjoy spinning yarns, the more outlandish the more enjoyable. It always fascinates when folks actually believe me.

    You can find my blog The Journey of a Million Miles here http://wp.me/p75Mx2-nv where I tell the truth about the saving powers of Christ almighty…

    Thanks for letting me share, and I hope I did this right!

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    • Thanks for sharing, Marijo. Sounds like a lot of fun. I should try it sometime. Although, I’ve never been good at story telling or stretching the truth or anything like that. I get busted every time. YIKES! 🙂 Thanks for stopping, commenting and sharing your link.

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