Some things look easy until you try them.
All this website asks you to do is compose a quote.
Just one quote.
And then choose a graphic template to frame it.
I see elementary kids doing this all of the time.
This should’ve been a snap… but nope!
I froze… gazing for 20 minutes at the little blank “quote box”… and couldn’t think up anything.
It’s kind of embarrassing.
I couldn’t even recall a sports quote.
But now that I’ve royally flopped, it’s your turn.
I dare ya!
BUT BEFORE YOU CLICK – BEWARE.
You may find yourself on a very long journey searching for the right words or phrase.
And as the minutes roll by – while your brain battles QDD (Quote Deficit Disorder) – you may experience a strong sense of panic that’ll impact your self-esteem.
Because if you’re not able to create a quote quickly, you actually might start believing that you’re as inept as I am. (Relax. No one is.)
I only kept at it because I know “The Encourager” must go on.
I realize it’s not something you’re going to rush to tweet out or anything, but at least I incorporated our school district colors.
My superintendent will see that I can still promote school spirit even when my mind is drawing a complete blank.
That’s what a seasoned pro would do, right?
Give ReciteThis a try sometime.
(Or have I set the bar too low?!?)