The more of these letters I send, the more I feel they are benefiting me as much as anyone else. 💛 💜 Dear Friend, The world outside is reopening but I am still staying at home. One of my big courgette plants was broken off at the stem this week. Normally this would be sad […]
For this creative challenge lets focus on something fun – Bubbles!
You can of course be as creative as you like in creating something new with the topic – it can be backyard bubbles or social bubbles. Physics defines a bubble as…
This week has been filled with ups and downs for me but I am keeping my hope up. Whenever I begin feeling down about our current situation I remind myself of the very good things I also have in my life. Even the warmth of the sun can make me smile when I look at things this way…
This past week was severely challenging at our house and as a result I am going to let the “home” creativity prompt run for a second week. I feel a bit guilty about this, but hopefully the overall result will be that more people have time to participate.
This week’s creative prompt is “home”. Home is something hugely relevant to us at the moment. As a result of the pandemic and the ensuing travel restrictions and lockdowns, most of us have spent more time at home in the last few months than is “normal”. What does home mean to you? How has being home so much affected you? What is different about your home during the lockdown period?
This week’s letter to my local care home residents. They are still unable to go out and cannot have visitors so I am trying to bring a little bit of the outside to them. 🙂 Dear Friend, I hope that you are well and managing to find interesting things to do inside during our pandemic […]
I have been writing letters as a way to connect with residents in care homes near where I live. They cannot leave nor have visitors because they are shielding from the virus.
This week’s prompt is “the light”. You can make anything in response to the prompt – a photo, a drawing, a song, a cake. And you can interpret the prompt as openly as you like. Your subject could be literal light or a figurative notion of light. It can be natural light or artificial light. […]