Favorite Things, This and That, Color Our World
Welcome to our blog where we view life from the eyes of an artist soul and explore how creativity enhances the inner spirit.
Note: Blog Hop here every Monday ~ Magical Monday Meme for all 'Creatives'.
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Today we are exploring what delights us in our life. What adds creativity energy to our life? What makes you feels good and triggers a response of creative ideas. Some of our photos may delight you and remind you of your childhood when creativity came naturally. The other blogs that we are linked to will also add to your creativity energy by viewing other creative approaches to blogging, to home decor, to art, adding color to your world and bring new ideas to many other facets of your life.
The photo below was taken Saturday at a place called Salem Willow which is the photo above. It has gotten much traction this week in my blog because it was such a delightful day for me. It brought out the 'inner child in me'. ArtMuse Dog and I rode the 'flying horses and had the time of our lives! Fun!
For me to create, to live I need those fun times, those laugh out loud times! The child like joy that radiated from my face and soul and was an A+ day. ArtMuse Dog wasn't quite sure of it ~ totally new experience for her. She did wonderfully, though.
We didn't buy any except to take home to my brother's wife but they even had the 'old fashion colored candy corn' which is the photo below. You will also see the impact of color in your life with Color Your World link. Popcorn photo below:
Hope you enjoy our post today and also Favorite Things, This and That and Color Your World.
Hugs and namaste,
We love to have you post your comments, thoughts or questions to delight us all in the day ~ especially ArtMuse Dog ^_^
We have a blog hop here every Monday, Magical Monday Meme for 'creatives' from all areas of creativity. Hope you come join us and add your blog to the fun. Thanks.
QUOTE FOR THE DAY: Genius is not having enough talent to do it the way it has been done before.' (James Broughton)