Muddle

collection of shells and coral

walk by lake or sea

to calm the mind and spirit

beachcombing works well

~

 

As I get into a frenzy of creativity, creating patterns and people with shells, my collection gets in a right old muddle – they need sorting out again.

Joining Cathy and our wonderful band of contributors in our One-a-Week Challenge

We would love you to join us – just leave a link to your ‘Muddle’ in the comments, either here or on Cathy’s blog post.

Also joining Ronovan in his weekly Haiku Challenge

Prompts this week are LAKE and CALM

 

 

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18 responses to “Muddle

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  2. A very impressive collection / muddle of shells. My somewhat late muddle is on https://murtaghsmeadow.wordpress.com/2017/10/22/muddle-sunday/

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  4. Quite a collection you’ve got there!

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  5. That is a serious muddle of anticipation Sandra and great capture in the haiku for Ronovan. Mine is less natural at https://haikuhound.wordpress.com/2017/10/18/maggies-muddle/

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  6. I cannot wait to see what you make out of all that ‘muddle’ Daffy! 🙂

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  7. A nice muddle 🙂

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  8. That looks quite organised to me, but I bet you have to sort them out after one of your pcitures.

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    • The picture is of me attempting to sort them out into containers after making some pictures – never enough containers. I have a container for heads and faces, and another for limbs – a rather gruesome collection now I think about it!

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  9. This would look like a muddle, except I’ve seen the amazing things you create from all these bits and pieces!

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    • Thank you Kerry, I tried to sort, tidy and pack away today ….. but I don’t suppose you will be surprised to hear I just started playing around with the shells to see if any more characters would emerge.

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