We spent some time at Colourathon Last Night and again today. What a vibrant and eclectic event. A fantastic effort from all of the girls. Lots of teenage chatter which is lovely to see.
Here are just a few photos i took over the two days. (more in another post, which is still being written).
Was also a great turn out by our local Politicians who spent sometime with the girls. The music was outstanding, and it was nice sitting around the fire pit and heaters with the lights twinkling away.
In this day and age of bullying and most of them with their head down looking at a iGadget it was lovely to watch young girls interact with each other and enjoying each others company.
Great Job girls.
Day Ten: Let the Scene Write Itself: So far, we’ve found inspiration from our own experiences, images, words, and more. Today, let’s quietly observe the world around us and write about what we see. Find a spot where you can sit and observe for at least 20 minutes: a bench at a park, shopping mall, or museum; from inside your car in a parking lot; or even a place close to home, like your front porch. Ideally, it’s a location where you can watch action and interaction unfold (whether it involves people, wildlife, the weather, etc.). You can write your post “on location,” on your laptop or your phone, so the details are fresh in your mind. Or, you can take notes first in a notebook, then draft the scene later at home.