Day 7: I'm writing blackout poetry from an old proof copy of Dealing with Blue. I was about to shred it, but why toss it when I could upcycle the pages into a new way to look at words? It's like those adult coloring books...totally relaxing.
You stored feelings in a teapot,
but there was not room for me.
Day 8: Then...to make my heart feel good, I went shopping with my best gal pal, who wanted to stop in at a specialty chocolate shop. Who am I to say no? Hearts galore!
"Alas! there is no instinct like the heart..." ~Lord Byron
You won't find this in a survival handbook. Lol.
Alas! Chocolates filled with booze.
Show the Love!
Day 10: While writing book #3, I perused my workspace for a heart sign and found on my favorite pencil (yes, I have one) the words "I [heart] Australia," a gift from a friend. Then, it was back to blackout poetry time, scouting out the right word...
I Heart Hearts
Day 11: A found object! When I was in high school, I made this with my dad's jigsaw. Let's just say that was a l-o-n-g time ago and leave it at that. I've always kept it but it ends up tucked in strange places...like why was it in the medicine cabinet? Who knows? But now it's on my desk as a nice reminder.
I Heart U
Day 12: I was collecting fortunes from cookies as "research" for my current writing project and this one seemed apropos. A good message for starting another week:
Have no doubt.