First, forgive any mistakes because I am trying the new WordPress editor. I also can’t find spellcheck.

Next, I hope regular readers are well and safe.

Friday night I had the TV on in the background while waiting for one of my favourite British dramas to start. Enjoying the glow from the cannabis butter effect, I occupied myself with doodling and colouring with my new magic markers.

What happens when you let your inner child come grocery shopping with you

I wanted to make colourful distractions from the state of affairs. I could not concentrate on reading or heavy cerebral tasks so I took to doodling on scraps of paper. At least I could focus on flowers.

Pretty trippy flowers and vines

It felt good to occupy myself with something creative and colourful. Since being in isolation the past ten weeks, I like to surround myself with beauty and bliss – even more than ever. The feeling doesn’t last forever but I embrace it as long as I can. Like you, I am hoping we get through this pandemic without more unnecessary loss of life.

The Tabby Cat is slow moving this morning. I had to wake her for her insulin shot. It promises to be another beautiful spring day to get out and about for fresh air and exercise – while respecting social distancing protocols.

Tabby Cat: I don’t want to get up yet.

Yesterday morning, I had another creative idea while emerging from the dreamland fog. You can read about it over at the Deep Blonde Thoughts blog. I can’t figure out with this new editor how to mark text to insert a hyperlink so here it is in long form:

I think you will like it. Deep, yes?

Buddha Board art on Impermanence

Thanks for dropping by and not disturbing the kitteh (any more than I already have).

Stay well. Stay safe. Let me and other readers know in the comments section how you are doing and what you are doing to cope during isolation.



About shewrite63

I am Theresa. I am a Mother, Grandmother and intermittent writer. I published a bittersweet novel in 2011 under the pen name of Florence T Lyon. I am also a real life survivor, community volunteer, Archives and Records Management graduate, and long-time IT support worker trying to keep up with technological changes. Can't eke a living off of my writing skills - yet!
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