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FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION” Challenge! CREATIVITY!

For the prompt on creativity, I picked out some quotes by creative people and will include a sample of their work.  These are people who walked the talk. “Creativity takes courage. ” ― Henri Matisse "Nude in White Turban" by Henri Matisse “Don't be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your… Continue reading FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION” Challenge! CREATIVITY!

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#MM Tale Weaver #228 – Cooking – 20th June

There is skill and art to cooking. Cooking is an exercise in experimentation based on experience. When one's experiment is successful, sometimes the recipe is written down and shared. Not all cooks like to write down recipes, and some don't like to share their recipes. In the olden days you got your recipes from friends… Continue reading #MM Tale Weaver #228 – Cooking – 20th June

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#MM Music Challenges — Eli’s Comin’ and Telephone Line

Jim Adams is the dedicated host of Mindlovemisery's Menagerie's Music Challenges.  Jim says: The challenge today is to focus on this song and use it for inspiration in any form of creative expression (including but not limited to short stories, poems, lyrics, artwork, photography, (etc.).  Thank you, Jim, for the excellent essay and song that… Continue reading #MM Music Challenges — Eli’s Comin’ and Telephone Line

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Weekly Music Challenge — Memorial Day and War

Di at Pensivity101 has challenged me for the Weekly Music Challenge. This challenge was created by  Laura Venturini’s Weekly Song Challenge! Here, as always, are the rules: Copy rules and add to your own post, pinging back to this post. Post music videos for your answers to the musical questions. Tag two people to participate!Post… Continue reading Weekly Music Challenge — Memorial Day and War

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#SLS — Pearl Jam — Crazy Mary

  Jim Adams is the illustrious and ever gracious host of Song Lyric Sunday. Jim says: Awesome, bitchin’, boss, copacetic, crazy, excellent, fabulous, hunky dory, keen, neat, phat, righteous, slamin’, slick, spiffy, sweet, wicked, uptight and outta sight are all ways of saying Cool/Groovy/Hip/Nifty/Radical/Swell which is our prompt for this week.  Here are the “rules”:… Continue reading #SLS — Pearl Jam — Crazy Mary

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Divine Gifts

Image by Mystic Art Design from Pixabay Minerva had come and gone from this world many times and had cycled through many forms. Her most boring form had been that of a starfish, but when she rose to heaven's sanctuary afterwards, she was rewarded with a return as human with (human) palms itching to write… Continue reading Divine Gifts

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321 Quote Me! — Expression

I have been tagged by Sadje in this 321 Quote Me! Challenge, which is to come up with two quotes on expression.  Thank you, Sadje, for an opportunity to express myself on expression. image link Henry Moore quote 321 Quote Me was  created by Rory, aka A Guy Called Bloke and K9 Doodlepip! Rory's rules:… Continue reading 321 Quote Me! — Expression

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Finish the Story #11 – The Recruit.

Kristian, of Tales from the Mind of Kristian, has tagged me to continue what is shaping up to be one exciting adventure! Kristian was tagged by Teresa, The Haunted Wordsmith, who began this brilliant Finish the Story Challenge! I do really enjoy these, you never know where the story will end up taking you. Click… Continue reading Finish the Story #11 – The Recruit.

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Music Challenges — The Mighty Quinn — Bob Dylan — analysis

Jim Adams is the dedicated and energetic new host of Mindlovemisery Menagerie's Music Challenge. Jim says: The challenge today is to focus on [Bob Dylan's song, “Quinn the Eskimo”] and use it for inspiration in any form of creative expression (including but not limited to short stories, poems, lyrics, artwork, photography, (etc.).  OK, I took… Continue reading Music Challenges — The Mighty Quinn — Bob Dylan — analysis