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Day 310 Storm

Daily Notes

A Daily Challenge to myself: a photograph and poetry. The wind raced through the town, clearing the leaves off to the side or under bushes, except for this small clump on the water meter.


Wind rushed through, pushing
fallen leaves away and up
under the bushes;
some, moist, frozen in places,
held firm as wreaths of nature.

Sheri Edwards
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Poetry / Photography

January Doodle

For my doodle a day with my friends at CLmooc, #jandoodle, with prompts for Spoonflower, I created an illustration block and a pattern for the prompt, “Library.” Libraries are an important part of a democracy, a place where people trained to find information help you discover exactly what you are looking for. And, these days, they offer wifi and computers, children’s programs, and maker spaces. It’s a community place to visit, learn, and connect.

I spent a bit of time creating the book spines for topics I enjoy these days related to art. That was so fun. What books would you place on your shelf?

Daily Create

The Daily Create #tdc3293 today asked us to make or find a sample of a random word or words. Then add a decorative background to make it look good. This was quite interesting. I read several news articles and, in our hope to enjoy a better future, two words jumped out: time to… So I created my response with those two words, included backgrounds and one clock pointing to “2 o’clock.” Enjoy:

See them All

To see all of January’s work, see the Flickr albums:

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Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts/Media Teacher ~~
Writer and Thinker~~
Art from the Heart

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