Fancy Another Quickie?
Winnie gets right into the true spirit of creativity and you can quote her on that! 🙂
How are you all lovely people? Do you know what is the central source of meaning in our lives? It is creativity. Most of the things that we contribute to this world is a result of our own creativity. Creativity is the process of bringing into existence the new ideas formed from our mind. Anyone can be creative. We only have to unleash that.
Creativity is the topic I was tagged by Sadje of Keep it Alive for the Quote me 3.2.1. Thank you, dear. You have always been a constant supporter of my blog.
About the challenge
This challenge was originally created by A guy called Bloke.
• Thank the Selector.
• Post 2 quotes for the dedicated Topic of the Day.
• Select 3 other bloggers to take part in ‘3.2.1 Quote Me!’
Note:Although this is the topic for today there’s no specific deadline to it…
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This is so so so so and yes l say it again so true! That’s the secret, works for me.
They were not sentimental people, and they had many differences. He grew irritated over her lack of interest in the arts; she snapped at him for being so unhelpful around the house. They didn’t bother buying gifts for each other. You would never find them exchanging Valentine’s Day cards or candy. In another era, they might have divorced, but they celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary before she died. When he moved into Assisted Living, the attendant asked his secret for so many years of togetherness. He said: “Find the most beautiful girl in the world and make her happy.”
Check out Kat’s fantastic works with mosaics and in case you are wondering … yes she has started her own enterprise called Meisha Mosaics found here …. https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/MeishaMosaics
I started making this one a while ago for an old friend of mine, Justin. He only wanted something small, so I’ve used a 29cm x 21cm piece of MDF.
Being Mr Incredibubble, his only other request was that it have circles to represent bubbles. I’d done a few with circles and wanted to make something a little different.
It’s quite abstract I guess, but I wanted it to be bright to represent all the beautiful colours in the amazing bubbles Justin creates as well. So I got the few circles done, then hit a brick wall. I didn’t want to fill the whole board with circles, because his bubbles aren’t often circular, and the ideas I’d had didn’t look great. So it sat for a number of weeks, quite patiently, as they tend to do thankfully.
Once I’d finally decided on the rough design, it just flowed from…
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If you like your birds and are not adverse tits or red breasts – read on … what? NO! Silly – you know birds of a feather!
Long-tailed tit. Photo by Michel Berube on Pexels.com
I often have neighbours popping into Cosy Cottage Garden Cafe. It is a self-service restaurant where customers can just help themselves to the regularly replenished supplies.
Fat balls are supplied, a delicacy favoured by the tits. The long-tailed tits come as a large close-knit family, the blue tits and great tits venture in by themselves or in pairs.
Blue tit. Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com
Robin is a regular, a nosy fellow, he likes to keep an eye on any gardening being done. Unfortunately, he is a jealous loner too, and doesn’t like to see others in his café.
There’s plenty of room for you all, I say, keeping the peace as cafe proprietor.
But he ignores me and shouts abuse at a larger blue tit.
Luckily, when the argumentative Robin flies on to another cafe, my customers come back. But despite…
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