Thursday, July 3, 2008

Blog Challenge..

For our challenge today... Share with us your favorite quote relating to creativity.

I don't really have a quote.. I think we should encourage creativity in children. Whether it be through stories, games, toys or crafts. Creativity has made this world what it is. Where would we be is Bell did not create the phone. Well we would not have to hear from those solicitors at dinner time. Instead of buying that electronic game buy some art supplies and see what develops. Pull out your craft punches and scissor and give those kids some paper and let them at it. Write down those stories your children make up for you. Did you know that M. Knight Shyamalan.

Children's book
Shyamalan, who credits the development of the movie to a
bedtime story he told his children about what happens in their pool at night,
wrote the 72-page children's book Lady in the Water: A Bedtime Story (Little,
Brown, New York, ISBN 0-316-01734-5) to coincide with the movie. The book's illustrations were done by Crash McCreery. It was released on the same day as the film, on July 21, 2006.

See what a little bedtime stories for his kids led him.. To the big screen.

1 comment:

TristanzNina said...

How do we contact you? I would like to know if you could post a post to help me convince a LSS that the Covered Wagon is a great exclusive.

Here's the link of my post on scrapyland:
I need your help please!

I finally convinced the LSS in Portland a brick and motor business to have a QK exclusive die. Nancy announced in her Summer newsletter that she is considering my Covered Wagon idea.

This would be a great accent for heritage pages, Oregon Trail pages, Lewis and Clark, Gold Rush, Prairie pictures. Chuck wagons, Rodeo Round ups. "Go West young Man." This would also accent a cute exclusive horse die as well.

Please vote for my idea for an exclusive: Covered Wagon
Contact Nancy via her yahoo group:

You will need to join her group - she will accept you and then you can send her an email to jump on my bandwagon, pleeeeze!

Also, As you read this, please write your positive response so I can print this off on Saturday morning and take her!

Thanks so much for your support!

Thank you!