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Where do I start with my post this week?

It’s Monday, 1st June 2020 and the world is and has changed. In so many ways, for so many people. 238 more words

Skylark memoirs

I was in the grass and reading Percy Bysshe Shelley.

His lines were pretty fly so I had good feelings in my belly.

The funny thing is I still couldn’t stop… 106 more words

The Voice of Reason

In quiet moments, my left-brain protests: “All this sitting still, all of this ‘living in the now’, is just a coping mechanism,” it says. “It’s a way of being blinkered like a carthorse; your field of vision narrowed to ‘the present’.” 221 more words

Creativity And Mindfulness

Handmade May

Greetings! Wow another month flew by lightning fast. I spent a lot of time being creative. I’ve spent a lot of time with my kids. … 194 more words


Art History as Evidence of Climate Change?

Ice Watch by Olafur Eliasson

Context: The climate change clues hidden in art history

The endemic representational ambiguity of art is an inevitable source of doubt in regards to veracity in a context of deriving Climate facts through the artefacts of Art History.  166 more words


Week #1 of the June's #Poetry Challenge #Writing

Welcome to week one for our June writing challenge!

Here are the two images to use as prompts:

Here are the “rules:”

1. The Challenge… 168 more words


Paddling Through the Clouds...

Paddling through the clouds certainly sounds idyllic, and indeed at was for me while Geoff was battling it out with the boat and trying to get it out on the water before sunset. 540 more words