COVIDdoodling


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: https://deep-blonde-thoughts.com/2020/05/23/impermanence/

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.

T

About shewrite63

I am Theresa. I am a Mother, Grandmother and intermittent writer. I published a bittersweet novel under the pen name of Florence T Lyon. I am also a real life survivor, part-time RM student, and 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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