Stop and reflect now

I had a post planned for today. I even had it completed in draft.  But things changed and I felt moved to write this. It is Sunday afternoon and I'm sitting on the balcony.  First time this season.  Just brought the table and chairs up from storage. The sun feels good and I know my … Continue reading Stop and reflect now

Photo Scavenger Hunt

Two weeks ago I gave myself a creative photo challenge.   Here is some background of my photo scavenger hunt.  Fast summary the first Wednesday of the month I'm giving myself a creative leap.  It could be anything from taking pictures to writing.  Come over and join me. We are still in COVID-19 social isolation so … Continue reading Photo Scavenger Hunt

Hitting a wall

We are into the two month mark since the province declared a state of emergency for COVID-19.  The majority of places  are closed except pharmacies and grocery stores.  People are working from home (not me).  Parking garage at work empty.  Social distancing and isolation.  Government  opened up parks last weekend and this weekend we can … Continue reading Hitting a wall

Creative Leap #3 – Photo scavenger hunt

Earlier this year I decided to challenge myself to creative leaps.  Find out more here.  Check Chakra Society under the menu for more creative leaps. The weather hopefully where  you are is getting warmer.  We don't have much of a spring - more like a week and into summer.  Seriously, I'm not joking.   So with … Continue reading Creative Leap #3 – Photo scavenger hunt

What caught my eye in the past month

We have rolled into another month on self isolation.   The province declared state of emergency on March 22.   Businesses, day cares, schools, theaters, libraries, restaurants and parks closed.  People working from home - some hallways at work are in the dark!  Buses are free as we enter through the back door.  A different life.  Yesterday … Continue reading What caught my eye in the past month

Gather and compose now. A Scavenger hunt

We think we have time.  I'll do it next week.  When I finish this project.  That is a retirement project. I am sure you can add more easily.  We have grand ideas to make scrapbooks of children, grandchildren and/or special events.  To gather family history.  I'll record dad when I get the chance.  Then it … Continue reading Gather and compose now. A Scavenger hunt

Creative Leap – view from home

My creative challenge this month was easy. Take a picture from somewhere I enjoy a beverage (of my choice!).  Second part  was to explain a few things in the picture.  This  post  explains  a bit more in detail my creative leaps This view is from the corner of my bedroom.  I am lucky to have … Continue reading Creative Leap – view from home

You might not be ready – not an excuse

I'm getting so many nuggets from Big Dreams Daily Joys by Elise Blaha Cripe.   This  nugget is about "stop waiting until you're ready."  Yep, just start.  She uses the example of a child learning to walk.  Lots of trial and error.  Success, falls, cry and back at it.  Children do not decided today is the … Continue reading You might not be ready – not an excuse

Creative Leap #2 Stay at home

Everything revolves around staying home this month and pretty much last month as well.  So I'm giving myself (and hopefully you) an easy at home challenge. If you are visiting for the first time check out stepping into the arena post.   It will give you some background into these creative leaps.  The creative leap … Continue reading Creative Leap #2 Stay at home

What caught my eye in the past month

What seriously caught my eye in the past month is all the COVID-19 false information and trusted sources.  Your Department of Health and World Health Organization are trusted sources.  Anything else hmm.... I won't be passing on. I'll be shutting down. That said below is what I enjoyed clicking into and checking out. Hope something  … Continue reading What caught my eye in the past month