49 thoughts on “The Story Of My Life

  1. Hello Corrine,

    This is stunning. I am seeing such a post for the first time in my life and you are unique in all ways.
    I will read all your articles and share my thoughts on those within the next 6 months.
    That’s a personal target I have set for myself.


  2. I’ve seen other friends do it and your book spine poetry is great 🙂 Wow! I like the midlife awakenings most of all 😉

  3. I want to tell myself “Will the real me stand up please??” Its getting to that levels sometimes !!!
    I like the way you’ve done this post !!!

    1. Thanks, Jas. That’s just a few of my collection. I’m not sure when the collecting is going to end – so you can expect more such ‘stories’ from me! 😉

  4. Live, Love & Laugh is what is on the walls of our home. I do like the living loving and learning book. It takes me into our living room where the is a sign hanging above the piano my wife teaches at that reads ” To Teach is to Love”.
    Great inspiration. Thanks!

  5. Great example of less is more! A message that is so true. Thank you Corrine

  6. Hi Corinne,

    I love this post because of the simplicity but yet the power of the message.
    Makes you think of the book titles that apply to yourself….
    Well done

  7. Love it Corinne! Very creative. Your selections raise my mood and make me smile. I have read some of them, and the other titles say a lot in the titles alone. Life affirming!

    P.S., You have given me the idea, which I have not seen before. I have plenty of good books. I may try it.

    1. Glad you liked it, Buddy. Book Spine Poetry is by no means my idea. I have seen it on other blogs and decided to try my hand at it. Do give it a try – it’s fun!

  8. What a fabulous idea, Corinne. I truly agree with you. Sometimes other people can express our views and feelings better than we can. I think that it’s because we’re so involved, we can’t think objectively enough to express ourselves entirely.

    Great image.

    1. Book spine poetry has been around for a while now, Anne. I’ve been itching to do it. You’re so right – we often lean on other people’s words to tell our story. Having said that, I marvel at the way you have told yours and the way you’re living it out too. ♥

  9. Hi Corinne,

    Other people’s feelings and expressions hidden in the words as I see mostly 😉 Words can be of anyone but not exact feelings and expressions, no? 🙂


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