The brief was simple: do one micro adventure each day of Lent. Something new, or perhaps something that scares you. Outdoors or inside. For forty-four days. It’s all about doing something for Lent instead of not doing something. Inspired!
Many of us have probably been there already: it’s the morning after, you’re quite sore all over, a few cuts and scrapes, a pulsing headache, you’re nursing your third coffee (at least of the morning) and make an attempt to pick out, in order to share, just a few non-blurred images out of the hundreds of photos of your wild weekend away. Whilst also getting back into the swing of reality and the week ahead.
I am a list-maker.I write lists that will easily fill up three-quarters of a side of A4 because I love the possibilities of what can be accomplished each day.I am a dreamer, and three-quarters of that daily list will remain untouched, but it will be carried over to the next day because I am optimistic about its achievement.I am a reader. I love books of all sorts of shapes, sizes and genres. An ideal day for me will typically involve curling up somewhere (preferably in a large comfortable oversized armchair) with a cup of tea and a portion of chocolate for good measure. It must also be warm.