Excellence in creativity:
- A wonderful quilt show from a few years ago.
- Zentangle meets lettering.
- More than 40 years ago, my hubby and I used to scuba dive. The most exciting things we ever saw underwater were lobster, which Greg captured and we took home to eat. Click on the link to see some even more awesome sights.
- Cleaning out Grandpa’s house? Don’t you dare toss those old snapshots without looking at them.
- I don’t think I’ve ever seen these Picassos before. They are not what I would have expected.
- The writers will get this.
- They don’t make cars like this anymore.
- I enjoy this artist’s Instagram page.
- I wish I’d sketched my kids when they were small. How precious those pictures would be.
- If you like a little science or technology with your romance, you might like these books.
- You’ve never seen insects fly like this.
- Are tiles low art?
My dream car used to be a Camaro. When we were raising our kids, I drove a 7-seater Caravan. Now I have my mid-life crisis car: a Mustang.
What was your first car? What do you drive now? Or what would you drive if money were no object? Or maybe you prefer an alternate method of getting around.
- Use this prompt any way you wish—for a poem, memoir, painting, short story, photograph, no limits. Enjoy!
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- Be sure to visit at least two other participants to see how they interpreted the prompt.
- Tag your entry #ALP (for ARHtistic License Prompt) to help others find your work on social media.
My submission for Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week Challenge with prompt: blue.
My husband’s previous wheels, 1979 MGMidget. Recently traded in for a new Sentra.
Some of the most creative articles I found online this week: