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Art - Don Charisma's Prompt (The "Artists")

This prompt seemed pretty popular, does make me wonder what’s wrong with the writers, artists seem to be a lot more spontaneous … nevermind there’s always the next prompt ! 149 more words

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Don Charisma's Art Prompt - Part 1

I took notice of Don Charisma’s Art Prompt and just had to take part. The basic instructions are to draw black lines on a white background and “just have fun squiggling.” I love to doodle but I found it was actually a little difficult to free myself and let my inner squiggle come out! 7 more words


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Art - Don Charisma's Prompt

Today’s prompt – “Art”


Contrary to popular belief, art isn’t the preserve of the extremely talented or skilled or “artistic” or perfect. You only have to visit the Tate modern in London, and see a piece of hardboard painted brown, or a stack of bars of soap on a string suspended from the ceiling to realise that art is for everyone. 480 more words

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Whose Line Is It Anyway? - 'Nolan Gould'


Hosted by comedian Aisha Tyler, cast members Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie, along with guest comedians Jeff Davis and Greg Proops, put their comedic skills to the test through a series of spontaneous improv games that are prompted only by random ideas supplied by the studio audience. 71 more words


Finally - a Finish!

It has been a while since I have been able to sit down at my sewing machine, let alone my computer to get anything quilt related done.  192 more words

Work In Progress

Do what you love. Then do it more.

People often say to me, “Cameron, I hate my job.” My first instinct is to try to point out that they probably like 95% of it, but focus on the other 5%. 428 more words