Memes are a thing of the times. My children were floored when I said the word meme and could define what it meant (a picture with words/saying). There seems to be a meme for anything you want to say and can make your own if you want. Memes are funny, political or insulting but according to my kids if a picture with words says something kind or makes you think, then it is a motivational poster. When you hear the words motivational poster, most think ugh! and picture a poster hung up in an office somewhere with a cheesy saying ..... but some of those posters have made me stop and think. We talk about continuing to practice skills, well what about your brain? One must use it, stay sharp and keep thinking. There are a few motivational posters that I have kept. I was hoping we could discuss them. Let’s have some fun this month and discuss my favorite motivational posters. I will do one/two a week. Here is MP one (the snowball) for thought and discussion: What can I do today that you were not capable of 12 months ago? I can fire an adult slingshot. @Bishop played Santa this year and gifted our family. We have had slingshots in our house, the ones that fire Nerf darts or are made for children but firing an adult one is different. It is not easy. Stance, arm strength and projecting where you want your shot to go is harder then it looks. I can hit is big object but I am far from taking down anything. Like with our bow, my biggest weakness is my arm strength. I have a band that I use to help build up my strength. The slingshot is now a new weapon that I am incorporating into my bag. What can you do now that you were not capable of 12 months ago? It does not just have to be a skill. It could be something that you incorporated into your life or learned that made things better.