Imagination is a wonderful thing.
Children have it when they play, theirs can be a magical world of make believe,
as well as the reality of learning and growing up.
But stop and think.... how as adults do we use our imagination.
Easy to answer for folk who love crafting and creating,
we use it without thinking when we sit down and pick up the first pencil or piece of paper.
Read a good book and you can be transported into another place, or time.
Do you ever get so engrossed in a book, that you cannot put it down
and it becomes real in your head, as the story unfolds.
Faced with a problem do we wonder/ imagine how we can sort it out
My hybrid journal page started off with this, inky and stamped ATC
We had no TV's when I was a child , toys were mainly home made and the garden was a magical place for me. At bed times we always had stories.
I think this is where my imagination all began.
Back then, I thought there was a fairy living among the flowers, something I have never forgotten.
It made the huge garden feel safe with her
watching out for me.
My own boys always loved adventure stories at bed time and probably would have wished for something entirely different to live in the garden and laughed at their mom for wanting a fairy to live there.
So I am linking with friends over at Art Journal Journey
and Erika's theme for this month
Every Journal Page tells a story......... this was one of mine.
Thank you for calling in to see me today, you are very welcome here.