I wasn’t going to post today…and if you’ve been following me you will know that is significant. In the last 98 days I have only not posted on one day, and the practice of writing and posting each day has become very important, so when I decide not to post it feels like a major decision. And then I got a tweet from my friend Janis (check out her blog!) pointing me to Ruth Ayres’ Saturday Celebrations (this is the practice week).
This week I have been celebrating the ordinary. You can see it in my blog posts here and here. And today was a blissfully ordinary day. I slept in, spent a quiet morning puttering about, ran a few errands, had lunch with my hubby, ran a few more errands…and bought a new book. Flora and Ulysses by Kate DiCamillo. The first few chapters are promising… elements of graphic novels right in the novel itself! It will be my bedtime reading tonight.
This month for #sdawpphotovoices we are using writing as our photo prompt. And while writing is valuable to me…creating interesting photographs that reflect writing has been challenging. How do you make something ordinary, like writing, look like art? I’ve been experimenting with cropping and filters to get some new and different effects. Here is collage of a few of of my photos from this month.
So thanks, Janis, for the nudge to think about what I have to celebrate this week…and for the nudge to write and post today.
What are you celebrating this week?