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Daily Index 12.31.22

An illustrated Happy New Year of sun motif in background, a bottle of red wine [ wine is sunlight held together with water— Galileo] and two glasses; a blessing: “May the raindrops fall lightly on your brow. May the soft winds freshen your spirit. May the sunshine brighten your heart. May the burdens of the day rest lightly upon you. And the thoughts from others confirm that you are loved.” And quote by Eliot George: “What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult to each other?”

12.31.22 The Daily Index

Poetry

Blessing Remix

May the raindrops fall lightly on your brow.
May the soft winds freshen your spirit.
May the sunshine brighten your heart.
May the burdens of the day rest lightly upon you.
And the thoughts from others confirm that you are loved.

Remix and Adaptation by Sheri Edwards, last line
12.31.22 366.365.22
Poetry Remix/Photography
P22remixnewyearsblessing

An Ishidoro lantern shining in the night snow

A Wish

A wish for you
for peace anew
A world where love
will rise above
Through each of us,
—no animus—
Just daily care
and kindly fare
in all we do
each day through
we choose what’s spread,
connected threads,
to weave the way
for love to sway.

Sheri Edwards
12.31.22 366.365.22
Poetry/Photography
p22awishdec31

a field of yellow flowers and green grasses with a road curving up to a grove of trees on  the right on a summer day of slightly cloudy blue skies.

Find a year of poems split in two blogs due to a blog changeover: poetry22 and poetry22 on the other blog.

Daily Create  

Daily Create Prompt:  #DS106  #tdc4005  #clmooc  #dailycreate New Year Traditions

A walk, a drive, a calm night at home, and a blessing from our home to yours

DC4005_NewYearTraditions

Photos of mule deer with electric deer, a mountain highway, an isodora lantern lit in snow;

An illustrated Happy New Year of sun motif in background, a bottle of red wine [ wine is sunlight held together with water— Galileo] and two glasses; a blessing: “May the raindrops fall lightly on your brow. May the soft winds freshen your spirit. May the sunshine brighten your heart. May the burdens of the day rest lightly upon you. And the thoughts from others confirm that you are loved.” And quote by Eliot George: “What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult to each other?”

December Doodle

Today is the last day of 2022, and I’ve doodled for every day this year. Find my doodles on two blogs, due to a switch: cldoodle22 1 and cldoodle22 2

A little vintage retro new year’s greeting— Textured version two 

#makingarteveryday  #decemberdoodle  #decdoodle #cldoodle22  #midcentury#warmup4art #clmooc  #winter #holidays #vintage #retro #newyears thanks to Jutta Schneider

Dec31RingIn_textured

retro, textured mid-century style new year illustration in squares and rectangles of winter colors with mistletoe, sparkling glasses, and clock moving from 2022 to 2023, hand holding sparkling glass, bell, with “ring in the new year” and a chain of Scandinavian stars

We can’t change the world, but we can be the better in the world. Here are a few ways, but you can turn the bookmark over and write your own to create hope around your world for 2023  if you download it at my post

DecD3122_Better_the_World_bookmarks

colorful bookmarks with suggestions to better the world in four categories: Spread Cheer, Note Nature; Plant Seeds, Start Something

DecD3122_Better_the_World_bookmarksAddYourOwn

colorful bookmarks to add your ideas to better the world in four categories: Spread Cheer, Note Nature; Plant Seeds, Start Something

A Calendar For you from the crew of CLmooc

My #CLmooc friends and I have created a calendar of hope for 2023 that includes art and author notes, which you can download and print [or add to your PDF reader on your device]. Click here for a preview and the download link: Welcome to 2023 A Collaborative Calendar. And there’s no asking for subscription or anything: it’s just free from the artists and authors in our CLmooc group.

#clmooc #etmooc Doodles, Bookmarks, and a Calendar to ring in the new year–  Happy New Year– Let’s Better the World ! Joy to you!

About the Move to The Daily Index:

1402 days of posts in a row 

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Sheri Edwards View All

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

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