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Survival Guide for the Polar Vortex: Projects and Supplies

I brought plenty of writing and reading materials for my ice fishing adventure. But, sometimes in the moment of an adventure, writing and reading are not the go-to activities. These are times to let the adventure happen and record more about it later. Even if nothing much happens because the outside temperature starts at a low -26 and barely reaches a high of -7 (without factoring in the wind chill), productivity is possible. Here are some of the projects I brought along to keep me busy and inspired.

I knit up this monthly-subscription project from Darn Good Yarn in about two hours.
This is a two-page spread from my Let’s Make Art Journal. The left page was inspired by a meme I saw about introverts that fits the journal theme for this month. The right page is from one of the tutorials.

I had plenty of supplies with me for creating.

Today I received more supplies from Let’s Make Art. My ice fishing adventure may have ended, but my creativity journey continues.

Categories: Between the Lines: This Writer's Journal

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Author
Book Reader and Reviewer
Christian
Diligent
Editor
Faith-based
Giant-in-stature
Home Educator
Intuitive
Java-Enthusiast
Knitter
Labrador Retriever Owner
Mother of Three Boys
Note-Taker
Organizer
Poet
Quiet Moments (a rare commodity!)
RV Camping
Singer in Church Choir
T
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Violist
Wife of My High School Sweetheart
X
Yarn-Lover (the wool kind and the story kind)
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