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Welcome to Day 7 of the IN AWE 21-Day Challenge! Today, we spark inspiration, meaning and joy by remembering the good ole’ times!

“Sometimes you don’t realize how good the good old days were until they are gone.”

CHALLENGE: Quit reading the headlines! Instead, get out the old shoe boxes, albums, (or phones!) and enjoy reliving fun memories through your old pictures.

INSPIRATION: This is one of my favorites. When I was 9, what fired me up the most about getting out of the hospital was the plan to see something I’d never seen before with my family: the mountains! So, 18 months later, this picture was taken in Colorado. I’m the good looking kid in red, surrounded by my siblings, celebrating a difficult climb we’d made for many months, together.

ACTION: Post your favorite picture celebrating your good old days. When you do, please tag me and use #inawe. (You can also share in the comments below.) Each day from now until publication (5/5), I’ll pick one person who does to win a copy of IN AWE to gift to a neighbor, favorite barista or as a random act of kindness (because you’ve already preordered copies for yourself, friends + family, right? :).

My friend, today is your day!  Live IN AWE.
John O’Leary

 

 

 

 

Did you know? The 21-Day IN AWE Challenge is inspired by John’s forthcoming book IN AWE. Preorder your copy + follow all the fun behind the scenes at ReadInAwe.com.

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  • Sue
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    Me and my sisters a long, long, long, time ago taking a nap. I was willing to share it here – but on social media, not so much. Did I mention my sisters are 7 and 8 years older than me?

  • Marie-Josée
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    In the good olddays… It was so simple and spontaneous!

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B-ADwdsHg5o/?igshid=1wr5ihpw4qd1l

  • Lori
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    I couldn’t post a picture here, but I was going to post the first picture I ever saw of my husband in 2002. We met online and he had a coworker take a picture so he could send it to me after we started talking. He is the second-best thing that ever happened to me (Jesus is #1!) and I am grateful for all he brings to my life.

    • John Oleary
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      This is awesome Lori! Thanks for posting my friend. Tell the second best thing to ever happen to you I say hello! K

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