…this week’s words are black and white, mirror, air plane, power lines,
Thanks to Cee for hosting the Fun Foto Challenge
Black and White Mirror Image
Black and White House
I’ve gone back to doing more collage. This is from the Collage Workbook by Randel Plowman. It is assignment #4 where you apply colour to a collage that is primarily black and white. In the first one I added some touches of red using red paper and a red photograph and in the second one I added blue using a highlighter and chalk pastels.
Thanks to Evelyn Flint for starting this weekly collage challenge and introducing me to Plowman’s book.
Where did you live at age five? Is it the same place or town you live now?
At the age of five I lived in Toronto. The following year we moved to Oakville, which is about a half hour west of Toronto. We only lived there for four years before we moved back to Toronto. I have lived in this great city most of my life.
You are invited to a party that will be attended by many fascinating people you never met. Would you attend this party if you were to go by yourself?
I’m not sure I would go by myself. If I know someone at the party and I’m assuming that the person who invited me knows me I might go for awhile. This summer I went to a neighbour’s party but I didn’t stay long because there were a lot of people there that I didn’t know.
Did you grow up in a small or big town? Did you like it?
I guess you figured out that I grew up in a big city. In fact, Toronto is the biggest city in Canada. I can’t remember not liking it. We had a park, skating rink, tennis courts and swimming pool right across the street. In the summer I swam every day and in the winter I was always at the rink. In the summer we used to go to Centre Island for picnics and we always looked forward to the CNE (Canadian National Exhibiton) which signalled the end of summer.
As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
My first memory of what I wanted to be was a nurse (me and every other little girl in the 50s) but at the age of 12 I decided that I wanted to be a Family Studies (Home Ec.) teacher. That dream didn’t waver much. Sometimes I thought I might want to become a doctor but I always went back to teaching. I studied to become a Family Studies teacher and for 17 years that’s what I taught. I have been a teacher for 34 years and I still love it.
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
I answered this question on Sunday so nothing much new to report here.
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…..last week in Calgary I saw this knight standing on the sidewalk
,,,,some interesting questions this week….had to think about some of them
Do you recharge your energy by going out with friends for a good time or by spending with quiet time alone? For a person who likes company and likes to ‘party’ you might find it surprising that I enjoy quiet time alone to re-energize. Going out tends to zap my energy. Staying home and reading a good book, painting or writing gives me a sense of accomplishment and that for me is energizing.
What is the most number of blankets you’ve ever had on your bed? I don’t like heavy blankets on the bed at night. I much prefer one cozy down comforter to keep me warm. I think the most number of blankets at any one time would be three but just the thought of that makes me uncomfortable.
You are invited to a party that will be attended by many fascinating people you never met. Would you attend this party if you were to go by yourself? I’m not sure I would go, especially by myself. If a friend wanted to go I might consider it. After all it might be fun meeting some of these people. My one concern would be that the evening could be a bust and then what would I do. If I went with a friend we could at least salvage the evening and go for a drink together and enjoy each other’s company.
Do you like talking to people on the phone? Or do you prefer voice mail or email? As much as I like the convenience of emails, I prefer to talk to people on the phone. An email and a one sided voice mail can be misinterpreted as to the person’s meaning or intent. Did that message have an angry tone to it?… is he joking? ….should I be concerned? On the phone you can address the person directly and probably hear in their voice how they’re feeling or what the intent of a statement meant and if you can’t you can ask them right away.