It's a new year. Everyone is all about intentions these days. I intend to do a lot of things.
I intend to get up early and exercise. I intend to walk past that dish of Hershey Kisses and not grab two or four or ... you know. I intend to get to bed earlier but man, Netflix makes it hard. At midnight my reflexes are too slow to hit Dismiss before the clock runs out and there I am in the middle of a recap. One after another.
Intentions. We all know the general definition, but here's one often overlooked:
intention [ in-ten-shuhn ]. noun. Surgery, Medicine/Medical. a manner or process of healing, as in the healing of a lesion or fracture ... or the healing of a wound.
Which brings me to Amanda Gardner, who is taking one of my classes right now and who inspires me to write as well. She always has a beautiful way of expressing herself in a short span of words, and when I read her most recent post on the prompt blueprint, I asked if I could share it with a wider audience.