The Living Arrows project took it’s name from a poem by Kahlil Gibran, “You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth”.
Every week, I shall be posting a photo taken the week before and I can’t wait to see the collection at the end of the year.
This week’s photo:
except it’s not just this week’s photo.
I can’t believe that I have taken such a long break from my blog. It has been 7 weeks since I last posted a Living Arrows photograph.
I guess I am posting these photo’s, mainly for myself, for memories, but also to get me back into blogging again. My health has been rubbish and I have made some great life changes but they are for another blog post.
It’s time to talk about something pretty important. An issue that’s very close to the hearts of most bloggers – most bloggers write because they love to write and have something to say (yes there are the odd one or two that want ‘freebies’ that quite frankly don’t exist but that’s a whole other story) but a lot of us start because we love writing and have something to say and then, after putting the ground work in, dare to dream that we can make a living from home with the flexibility to attend school plays, finish early on Friday and fit work around family life.
If you like Instagram, (or let’s face it, she’s everywhere right now) you might have heard of Mother Pucka.
If not, let me introduce you to her and her campaign with one of her Instagram posts below: