Embracing Change

Dear  fellow bloggers, family and friends,

Thank you for sharing My Daily Creative for over a year. I have thoroughly enjoyed the blogging process and have loved meeting new friends, who have inspired, encouraged and shared the daily creative experience.

Today, I am embracing change by transitioning from daily creative blogging to focusing on screenwriting, acting and developing Cartwheel Productions. I look forward to continuing to be inspired by all of you.

Thank you, again, for your creative spirit.

-Sarah Poynter


We make faces

This looks fun. I’m going to try it. Here’s my portrait of Mr. B.



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‘As Drawn By‘ – fun unique portraits created from the following game:

#1 You must draw the person without looking down at the paper #2 your pen must not leave the page so that the drawing is one continuous line #3 you have only one minute.

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Circle (last page)

final page

Round Root walked through the forest and stopped at a tree. He was becoming frustrated as he circled the tree and sat down. He still didn’t know why he was given a bracelet. The tree saw the frown on the Round Root’s face and reached down and hugged him with its branches. The tree pointed up to the sun and down to the earth. The tree patted Round Root on the head, and he continued walking through the forest until he saw a town. The town had huge square buildings that looked like boxes and houses in straight rows and roads that crisscrossed in all directions. Round Root didn’t see many circles, but he sat down and twirled the bracelet around his fingers and observed the town. He listened to town hum and then he heard a faint drumming sound, like a heartbeat. Suddenly, a bird flew down and snatched the bracelet out of Round Root’s hand. Round Root walked home with his head hung low.

Round Root walked back into camp just as the sun was setting. He found his grandpa and told him about his day.

“What did you learn from today, Round Root?”

“I learned that the power of the circle is in all of us, the animal, the trees, the earth, even the people from town had the power in their heartbeats. I’m just sorry I lost the bracelet Grandpa. I really like it, but I guess I don’t need it anymore” Round Root said with a frown.

Grandpa reached into his pocket and pulled out the bracelet and handed it to Round Root. “My dear boy, someday you will need the bracelet when you have a grandchild to teach the lesson again, “ Grandpa smiled.

Round Root understood.


Written by Sarah Poynter

Illustrated by Gayle Thompson

to be we the rain… / siamocci noi la pioggia… / să fim noi ploaia…

An entire world in a droplet of water! Love it!

valeriu dg barbu

trilingual text

motto: life as a raindrop

without applause that you exist?

without that you rise your love higher than the one you love?

without pride of to be … someone with importance?

today at dawn I was on the streets
I heard creaking of Earth’s…in the his path among the stars
I heard the rustling by stars
Earth’s crust soaked with dew… smelled like eternity
somewhere on above, returned humble and crippled, the prayers unfulfilled
the filter of dawns reveal a new world, just born
which means that … one prayer was accepted there upward
one be… of the one who suffered without regretfully… wound world …

nothing must longer be saved, throw your fears, the values remain the same
gold buried, even in escremente, all gold will remain
as well our soul, too hidden between intentions and hesitations
just life as a raindrop would cure the drought of…

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Perfect timing of a bohe – Sindri Skúlaso

Amazing and creative photography!

Guest Post: Lil C

Lil C drew this picture on our driveway, and when I asked her what it was, she said, “a loose tooth.” Ha ha!


Mountain Spring


Creative Cat Collaboration

Lil C and I both worked on this picture of her favorite animal, the kitten.


Inspiration in a Cup

My creative inspiration for the day.



Now that’s my kind of March! I wish I could take photos like Leaf on Twig. Beautiful!

leaf and twig

In my spring dreams
it snows flowers.

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