The daffodils give me so much joy every year, they are always so beautiful and hopeful. I also saw a beautiful mistle thrush amongst them but wasn’t quick enough to get a photo. Hope you all have a lovely Easter. Best wishes, Emma
Week 13: Words from the Wild. Feeling hopeful for our 13th session.
Hello Everyone,Welcome to our 12th week of our online bookclub and creative writing class Words from the Wild. This week we were inspired to look at The Railway Children by Edith Nesbit for inspiration for the class. This was due to showing Abbie my OT student around Poppleton Social and Therapeutic Railway Nursery based onContinue reading “Week 12: Words from the Wild. Taking Inspiration from the Railway Children.”
Abbie and I met for a distanced walk around St Nicks! It was so nice to be out in the sunshine and to show Abbie the places that usually inspire our creative writing tasks. I can’t believe that we have been posting online classes for a year now! Here is Abbie half way round theContinue reading “Today’s finds…”
Week 11: Words from the Wild, taking inspiration from Tom’s Midnight Garden.
A creative writing class inspired by The Almanac 2021 by Lia Leendertz.
Week 9: Words from the Wild an online nature based creative writing class. This week’s theme: The Long Tailed Tit.
Week 8: Words from the Wild: A creative writing class inspired by The Lost Spells, focusing on the Oak and the Jay.
This morning I spent lino printing playing with colours on a leaf design – inspired by writing about what is under my feet on a walk! This afternoon I walked into the city centre and enjoyed feeding the pigeons and urban wildlife in the Museum Gardens ❤️ I can feel some pigeon poems coming on!Continue reading “Today’s finds …17.02.21”
Week 7: Words from the Wild 17.02.21 A creative writing class for St Nicks.