Be Creative – February – Prompt 1

Well, it’s the start of the weekend – the beginning of the day for some of you and the end for others. Let’s start by doing something unexpected.

Find a window that over looks your garden – or a space within your house that you know well. As much as possible just switch off distractions. Look at your surroundings long and hard. Don’t just use your sight but also listen and hear the sounds that you might otherwise ignore. If this is something you do regularly do it again – today you are going to use this experience so drink it all in. You are allowed to enjoy it with a tea/coffee/whatever if you need to save time or just want to. Let this become part of the experience. Stay as focussed as possible for  10-15 minutes.

We’ll take it further later.

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11 Comments Add yours

  1. My Facebook won’t open from the WordPress app, how many likes do you have roughly on the Facebook page so I know which one it is in the search list?

    1. nuvofelt says:

      Not sure what you mean? The app doesn’t open everything does it.

    2. nuvofelt says:

      Sorry, just realised what you meant – couldn’t read the screen properly – blinded by the sun! Here’s the link

      1. Thanks, worked this time. Have clicked join.

  2. Well I only just managed 15 mins before the telephone went. Notes made about my thoughts and I could almost see a poem coming on.

    1. nuvofelt says:

      15 minutes is fine!

  3. Lorna says:

    I’m about to start.

  4. wendyajordan says:

    Your prompt arrived as I was walking with my dog so I decided to sit on a bench and absorb the glorious morning instead of looking out of my window. Never realised the motorway could be heard form where we were. Chose to think it sounded more like the sea.

    1. nuvofelt says:

      A perfect interpretation

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