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Goodie Jar – Check In #2

Posted by terrepruitt on February 8, 2013

This is my second “Goodie Jar” or “Good Things Jar” check-in. Since I am putting a note of “good things” that have happened into a jar to read on December 31, 2013, I think I might stick to this title and number.  Not sure yet, but as of now, it sounds like a good idea.

So far I have seven things in my pitcher.  I say things because most of them are notes I made to document the memory or event, but one is a “love note” I received from a friend.  She has created a set of cards from her doodles and I purchased a set.  A love note comes with the set.   The note made me happy and brought up additional memories so I thought it would be a perfect addition to the jar because it is a good thing and will be a reminder of many good things.  One of the other things is the jar is miniature copies of our tickets to a Sharks game.  It was my first one and it was really fun, so I added that as a good thing.

As I have stated, if you are participating you don’t have to share what is in your jar unless you want to tells us your good things.  I just thought I would share to give you an idea of what I am putting in our jar.

Since this is our second week hopefully you have at least two things in your jar.  So?  Are you putting things in your jar?  How many do you have? 

6 Responses to “Goodie Jar – Check In #2”

  1. niachick said

    I love the set of cards (own your weird…my favorite) — reminds me of the whole “freak flag” thing. I mentioned in my first comment to your original Goodie Jar blog post that I have a “Good Things” jar. My students write little “love notes” to themselves, to me, to Nia, to the world, to whomever, about the “good things” they would like to see. I picked one out the other day — one of those days when nothing seemed to be going as planned — and the little love note said “LAUGH”. So I did. And it made me feel better! Your blog posts always make me feel better. Love to you my dear!!!


    • Jill – So funny! I didn’t know what you were talking about. I had to go look. My friend has put up new sets of cards. I hadn’t seen those before. HA! My favorite is Bloom Wild. I love that!

      You do so many cool things at your studio and with your students. I hope one day I will have a studio. If I did that I would have to carry the jar about and knowing me, if I had one more thing to remember I would forget my music or something else vitally important — like my head! LOL!

      I love that you got the EXACT message you needed at the moment you needed it, right? I am so glad it made you feel better! (One needs to laugh when dealing with “technicians” and companies that don’t communicate well. — I am thinking it might have been THAT day.)

      I LOVE that my blog posts make you feel better. Love you!


  2. j said

    Aw! I’m so honored to be in your jar! (Now, there’s a sentence I never could have foreseen writing!) And thank you so much for giving me a shout out. I haven’t quite figured out the whole this-is-how-you-build-a-sustainable-business thing, having up until now contented myself with being a starving writer. Having people I adore help me make noise seems like the best, easiest, grow-your-business plan EVER. 🙂



  3. michele said

    Hi! my kids are really getting into the goodie jar, so it is filling up and I had two good things this week myself!! Thank you as always for your inspiration!


    • Yay! I love that the kids are getting into it. I think it would be AWESOME if you had to empty the jar into a box (or something) to make more room for the entire year! It is going to be really fun on December 31st to read it all.


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