What tickles my fancy is challenging myself to do something different. Stretch my imagination. Push myself out of my comfort zone. This gives me something worth writing about. So, I’m breaking the rules. Going against marketing advice. Choosing myself. I’m going to blog here for 20 consecutive business days in the entire month of February. To celebrate the month of “Purification.” [According to Wikipedia the Roman month Februarius was named after the Latin term februum, which means purification.]
So, if Wikipedia says it’s true, it must be. Here goes nothing…
Day 2: Find out what people think “PURE” looks like.
Yesterday, I willed one thing. What, you ask? Duh… I gave birth to this new blog project, hello?! That was the EASY part.
Today was a little harder. It’s day 2 and I already had no idea what to write about. I’m still not convinced this isn’t still a stupid idea. So I decided to let you all chime in since you’re all smarter than me. According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the term pure means “not mixed with anything else, clean and not harmful in any way, and having a smooth and clear sound that is not mixed with any other sounds.”
BORING. I don’t really care what the dictionary says. I wanna know what you picture when you hear the word “PURE.”
Here’s what you all said:
As I kinda expected, I got pretty much the same responses initially.
Others turned it up a notch by adding a little more flavor…
… and aroma to round out the senses.
Some were extremely descriptive (dayem creatives are such overachievers).
Then all hell broke loose when I started replying to every single comment.
Everyone joined the party and it got a little hot in herre.
Er… uhm… yeah.
That was seriously so much fun. Wanna play?
What’s the first picture that comes to mind when you hear the word “PURE”?
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