63/100: Prompt: Sloth
“Slow down and enjoy life. It’s not only the scenery you miss by going too fast – you also miss the sense of where you are going and why.” ~Eddie Cantor B190421C-B84D-4E8A-9FCA-4708D7EF3D47
For as long as I can remember stories and the telling of them have been so important to me as they are an important part of my heritage as well. Today’s art is reflective of the story of the perfect heart. A young man was making fun of the torn up heart of one of the elders saying how his own heart was so perfect; flawless. The elder told the…[Read more]
Wonderful! I’ve had problem with Instagram blocking me, off and on all year. Have you tried logging out, then when you log back in, click on the box that says you forgot your password. Then change your password when you get the email. This hasn’t worked every time I’ve had problems, but it seems to work the most often for me.
Don’t be embarrassed because it probably isn’t somebody reporting you. Instagram has some filters that react strangely sometimes, and you might be blocked no matter what you post. That’s what happened to me, and sometimes, it won’t even let me like or comment on other posts. It’s very odd but we aren’t the only ones it happens to.
I’m not very used to social media! If you might remember I came here and didn’t even know how to act. Instagram and Doodlewash are the platforms I’m participating and that’s since some months. So I’m puzzled if something comes up which I’ve not experienced before. I’m glad to get some help and understanding! Thank you so much!
10/19/19 Rock This prompt reminded me of an afternoon many, many decades ago and a hot summer afternoon project that involved a walk through the creek to scavenge for the perfect rocks to paint. Then a wonderful afternoon spent sitting on the lawn in the shade of an ancient black walnut tree with crayons, rocks and our imaginations. The rocks are…[Read more]
Such beautiful rocks! A beautiful memory too. Although, it did bring up memories for me of the old black walnut tree that grew in my grandparent’s front yard, and the many, many (many) burrs that had to be pulled out of my feet. You’d think I would have learned not to go barefoot at Grandma and Grandpa’s!
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