What's Next, and beyond what's New ?
"The closer the future gets the clearer the vision becomes. As the past has been usefully learned and layered with respect, our abundance of tommorows dance in high expectation of what seeds we plant today. Nature is due our love, for Mother Earth has simply been that, a Mother Earth"
We have created incredible times whilst eating from this land of plenty but we can assume that the milk runs out and we'll have to stand on our own 'true feats'. If we think about it, the egg timer is running and some generation has to take the responsibility for the future it seeds.
"What's Next" is specifically "What's Now". Your specific interests start to complete the big picture as you nurture them. This is not a personal CV you are building; face it; the next stop is Space - the time has come to deepen our myths and imaginations not to bury them.
"Work as one and with one accord, for tommorow's refreshing hue is on today's horizon. Be ambitious and sift out the best and adorn yourself with the brightness you have within."
Here at 'HoBB Virtual', we'll be writing, drawing, designing and producing that which grows.
If you would like just that little bit of extra
information on anything you may discover here,
simply get in touch and stay in touch.
Nature is for 'ever', busy and whilst it does its work
I will, for 'ever', do mine. Over the next few months,
many of the topics listed below will be posted here at 'HoBB
Virtual'. Friends will visit 'HoBB Real' and discuss at length
how they feel and what they value.
Every view is important, for we are all eachother's extra eyes.
1 Personal Development Topics:
Cartoons v. Avatars v. id
Arts Studio for Qi Gong Painting
Creativity Breaks in the Knowledge Garden
Art in the Field
2 FAQ's We're asked a lot, only some, 'frequently' thus :
How do your Art Experiences help children?
Is Green Build just Woodwork or metal too?
Any photographs yet of your Willow Work?
Do you do Book Illustrations or General Illustrations?
What's in your Knowledge Garden?
Do you ever stop at the HoBB?
3 We Write
Do you write editorials and illustrate them too?
Blog about Blogging note 000011
Self Promo spots
Integrity the nitty gritty
Super String Theory 'a la HoBB'
Ideas Book 1 to 500
Poetry for motion
Little People Books [LPB]
A writer's spot Writer Weekends at 'HoBB Real'
4 We Draw
Despite straight lines
British image Generators (BIG)
History of Fish Logo
Ginger Man Studio
Pulling both ways
Had a go at dry point work
Spot the Difference
The Spirit of Christmas Booze
Style without Frontiers
5 We Produce
A good Cuppa Tea
G37 Award Day
Charity Garden Open Days
Daglocks and mud
Inglenooks and hyde parks
Millenium Avenue NFU quits the Elm idea
Far Forest Rustic Fencing
Brampton Bryan Hedge
Eiffel Tower Lemonade
Gardens as Exercise Gyms
WoW's Wet Harvest Exhibition
Wood Stone Metal Fire Water
Tales of the River Bank
The Shouting Computer
7 Projects and Ideas
P.Y.O. Weeds Free
Birthday Experiences from Plane Piloting to Train Driving
Produce a Party Event
Razor Shell Fish and Horse Mussel clappydoos
Hobogen the Hedge
Fat Man Jim
Adopt a Box
The little lake
Think Tank Work Tank
The Dudley Superbusinessteam
Passion Filling Station
Stop the Flow
Glass Bottles 'found'!
Greenman (and Greenwoman) Celebrations
Guess the Caption
Do you recognise where this shot was taken?
Knitting for Spiders
Food for Free
Hay on Wye
"What is it?" I'll buy one.
Packed like Sardines
Places to go, people to see
Eden Project re-visited
Paths to ideas
Castles I have Conquered
Springs and Wells
Little Lady on a Big Sandwich
12 Personal Comments
Beyond the set in the box
Fat Duck Foods
Cyber sex, cyber religion and cyber politics in one
Cyber help, cyber friends and cyber food 'to go'
Whatever happened to SWAGS and ladies stockings?
13 Voluntary Work
WoW Projects Book One, 1 to 91
Restocking the pools
Final Earth Summit
Last Stop Oasis
Fish Tank TV
Individual identities within corporate identities
BookBod and friends
Attitudes to poll-tax
Friends Meeting House
15 Where are they now?
Your own 'lost contact' file
Thinking of You
Bill and Bertha Bamford at the Bar
Dinasaws dinasors dinersores and dinasaurs
Ring in the New Back Cover
Stars at Night
The Gates of Hell and Heaven
My Cloak and that book I lent
GuanXi bathed in Charisma
Used Horse Shoes
Oak Beams and Log Baskets
Brass and Stone Letters
Toasting Forks and Woodburning Fires
Newspaper packages tied up with string
The Stones from Stone Walls
The Record Collections of un-named warriors
Talbot Dog Genes
Your First Smile
Customs and seasons
Oak Apple Day 29 May. This is also 'Arbor tree day' nearby in Clun.
Midsummer's Day 24 June The Bonfire to traditionally strengthen the waning sun
Tree Dressing Day 5 July
Rush-bearing ceremonies. Bishops Castle commemorates the time when church floors were stone or earth and covered year-round with rushes and herbs.
Grass Pasture Day 17 September A celebration of 'grasses' to bring good pastures for a good harvest
Hallowe'en 31 October Nutcrack Night, the opening of the first hazel nuts from store
Rememberance day for those we've forgotten
The tomb of the unsung hero
Missed Photo Opportunities
The Theory of Nothings
The Villages that time forgot
Clouds that blew over
Things that go bump in the night
Little Green Martians
Words spoken without worth
Attention grabbing adverts for things no longer made
Languages and peoples now extinct
People friendly architecture
Whatever is next, and beyond that which I can confirm now, I do know that the closer we all get in the future the easier it will be to transfer visions with greater accuracy. Keep in touch, and remember, whilst your sharings brighten the dream, no star is lost which once you might have seen for you yet might be what once you might have been.
Waves, designed to go onward ~~~~~~~~~ <+))))))))>< ~~~ Grant
Posted by : Grant
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