I’ve been asking myself, “What object do I cherish the most?
What object has the most memories attached?
What is my
most useful object no, irreplaceable object?
If I could only take one thing (not including loved ones) with me in a pinch,
what would I take if the place were on fire?” Let’s pretend I’m Superwoman…
nah, that won’t do because (I’m sure comic fans will know) Superwoman wound
back into time so she didn’t have to decide, you, know, in THE pinch.
Anywho, I’ve found my cherished object!
Paint or sketch (if you are an artist),
photograph, and ‘splain your cherished object.
(Wow, a painter can get away with
less than 500 words… show don’t tell!)
We’ll be captivated!
Read what others say about theirs.
Plus, this year I’m going to be a bloggy-reader-gal
(aka co-host) and visit participant’s pages!
Make me busy, reading until the wee hours!
Don’t say I didn’t warn you; you’ve had enough time.
In seventeen days tell the world about your favorite object and the story behind it.
I double-dog-dare you…
When the Cherished Blogfest goes live on the 29th,
enter your blog post entry into the Linky List. July 29th, 30th or 31st 2016!
Pass the word!
#CBF16 (for you twits on twitter) or #cherishedblogfest!
Pentalic Aqua Journal, Lamy Al-Star, De Atramentis Tobacco ink,
and Holbein, QoR and Daniel Smith watercolors.
©D. Katie Powell.
My images/blog posts may be reposted; please link back to dkatiepowellart.
I haven’t decided what object to write about, but I’ll be posting.
I’ll be rallying for my painter friends to do this!
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