I don't mind old buildings, in fact, I have a ''thing" for them, especially doors and windows - photographically of course! They have so much character and could tell so many stories if only they were able to talk.
I started this post like I do every time. I copied in the prompts. I start writing my thoughts under each one. I paused when I read the third one. To be honest, I was not sure it was something I was interested in answering. How on earth would I know the names of people who were alive over 100 years ago? We are not the kind of family that have passed down family stories from generation to generation, so these are not things that I know.
I've lost my mojo and my phojo!
Stained glass windows in churches often portray religious stories or well-known figures such as archangels, saints and so on. But I believe that the everyday, common windows around us have stories of their own - intentional or unintentional. A window can 'tell' its story in so many ways: through the items placed on their sills, what … Continue reading Stories that windows tell
This week's musings on the Share Your World prompts from Cee's blog. I went to town on the three wishes!
Focusing on depth and texture to give a sense of layers.
Stairs and steps - is there a difference?
Hahaha! Different to the wabbing I did last week!
"WAB" / "WABBING" (noun) Work Avoidance Behaviour, or as I'm calling it now, "Writing Avoidance Behaviour" (verb) behaviour that avoids work, or in this case writing!
If you want to do a 100-day challenge of some sort, use one of these creative trackers to mark your progress. If you love to colour in and tick things off, these are for you! You can print them off yourself and get going!