How much do you actually notice air? And when you do notice it, what is that you perceive? Think about all the messages and information about air that come to you by way of each of your senses. Much of the world wouldn't function as we know it if it wasn't for air: candles, car engines, bullhorns. What else? Fill a page with some of your observations about air. More … [Read more...] about Where is the Air?
So much. Maybe too much. So many. Too many? Write about one or more things that are abundant in your life. Look to your immediate surroundings. Notice large things and small ones, new ones and old. What are there lots and lots of? Consider your thoughts--both the pleasant and the unpleasant ones. What kinds of thoughts or mental images pass by endlessly in your … [Read more...] about Lots and Lots
Without writing down a single number, describe some of the numbers in your life. Write about numbers that you keep track of and numbers you are curious about. Numbers that you remember and numbers you always forget. You can tell how to find out certain numbers, or which numbers will never be known. Are there numbers you like and dislike? What can you do with a lucky … [Read more...] about Got Numbers?
Where is the line between your mind and your body? Nobody really knows, so it is something you can explore for yourself based on your experience. Begin with page setup: Draw a line from the top to the bottom of the page, about an inch or so from the right-hand side. In the large remaining space, draw a line where the title will go and beneath it, make two column … [Read more...] about Mind and Body
Why would you put on a glove--or two? To protect your hands? From what? A person can wear gloves for purely fashion purposes, too. Today, write about one or more gloves you have known. What do they look like? Where did they come from? Tell any story from your life, as long as it has at least one glove in it. Give your work a title and write it at the top of the … [Read more...] about For the Love of Gloves