Weekly Prompts Wednesday Challenge – Record Keeping

 “Though I do not believe that a plant will spring up where no seed has been, I have great faith in a seed. Convince me that you have a seed there and I am prepared to expect wonders.” –  Henry David Thoreau.

This week the Wednesday Challenge on partner Susan and my site is the concept of Record Keeping.

Whenever we attempt to do something outside of our personal comfort zone and experiences we are initially a bit hesitant about the success we will have trying a new activity.

Labelling your seedling holders and keeping an accurate record of the things you did is a recommended and effective way to ensure success for your gardening endeavors,

Keeping a record of the steps we took to reach a desired goal ensures that the next time we attempt such a task our written notations will be there to inform of our past efforts taken.

Using plastic labels or Post-It-Notes or even index cards helps us in our efforts be it gardening, photography, baking or writing a song or poem.

This week we invite you to tell us about the methods and techniques you use to ensure your efforts are successful.

Give us your take on this topic either pro or con.

If you have been told you have a green thumb share with us your secrets to success.

Our challenges are as flexible as you’d like them to be, interpret at will and use them in a way that suits you – Words, Pictures, Poetry, or Rhyme.

Please tag #Weekly Prompts Wednesday Challenge Record keeping.

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