Dear Daughter, No One is Perfect! #BlogALeague

Blogaleague blogging challenge

“No One is Perfect – that’s Why Pencils have Erasers”.

– Wolfgang Riebe, 100 Quotes to make you think!

Welcome to the second week of the #BlogALeague blog prompt challenge. We are supercharged with the entries of week 1. Some amazingly creative posts, hats off to the creativity and correct usage of the prompts.

This week we have another set of fun prompts, keeping it mostly open for everyone to read, write and share their creativity with the world through Blog-A-League.


Dear Daughter,

I Love you, no matter what. I am always proud of you, no matter if you win or lose. You are my sunshine, my moon, and stars, words are not enough to express my love for you.

There are so many things I wish to explain and share with you about life, some lessons my mother (your Nani) taught me, some I learned with experience. Let me share a secret about life with you today, ‘Perfection is a myth‘. Sorry to break your bubble my child, but despite being your mom and one you love most, I am also not perfect, even Dad isn’t, but we try to have a perfect life. “No One is Perfect – that’s why pencils have erasers“. We all are imperfect, but everyone tries their best to reach perfection.

So, what does it mean? It means, keep trying until you reach there. Try with your whole heart, focus, and might. As Dad says, the focus and determination have the answer to every question. Remember the bedtime story of ‘Spider and the Web’, I repeated many times.

My heart swells with pride when I see you trying to achieve something. That’s enough for me, as a mother I have hundreds of expectations from you and myself. But, the most crucial one of all is – to see you happy. When you want to do something, do it for your own happiness. Every achievement or failure is your’s to enjoy and learn from. Life doesn’t ends at a loss or begins with a trophy or a medal.

Be the best version of yourself. Never run after success, when you do something with complete dedication and attention, success will come to you. Even, if you fail, there is always a second chance.

Keep in mind – ‘Failure doesn’t mean you are out of choices, it only means try again sometime later.

With this letter, I also wanted to tell you that no matter what, I have your back. So, dream big, try, and soar high your mom is always there for you.

In this post, I have used both the prompts of the Week 2 Blog-A-Thon challenge. You can pick anyone from the two options given to write a blog post and be a part of this weekly blog hop.

Read, last week’s post here.


Want to join Blog-A-League, read the rules below –

Thank you for your interest in Blog-A-League. This is a weekly prompt writing challenge to get your blogs rolling for 2020. Simply choose among the given prompts and write a blog post. 

Rules are very simple and easy to follow – 

  1. Write on any of the two prompts given below.
  2. Use your creativity, thoughts, and imagination to write. The post should be written in the context of the prompt only. (direct or indirect relation with the prompt chosen by the blogger)
  3. No sponsored, guest post, please.
  4. Link your post below linky by clicking the blue button.
  5. Read, Comment, and Share all the posts in the linky using the hashtag #BlogALeague. 
  6. The MANDATORY line to be added at the end of the blog: ‘This post is written for #BlogALeague with RuchiDipikaCharu, and Preetjyot‘.
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Here are the two prompts for the Week Two –

Prompt 1 –  Quote – No One is Perfect That’s Why Pencils Have Erasers.

Prompt 2 – An Open Letter To My Daughter.

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8 thoughts on “Dear Daughter, No One is Perfect! #BlogALeague

  1. Well-written. Wise words and great lessons of life. Indeed there is nothing as perfection. The sooner we teach this to our kids, better it is.

  2. Totally second your thought. There is nothing called perfection. All that matters is that we work hard to achieve our goals. That’s a great letter Dipika.. Kids must me encouraged to give in their best.. winning or perfection isn’t what will take them places.

  3. Very well written.. There’s indeed nothing like perfection and at the same time no one’s imperfect.. It’s just everyone is good on their own!

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