More Blogging at Swarthmore
We met up again at Swarthmore to discuss our blogging experiments and the Love Arts Festival and using the bloggies, small cameras that are surprisingly user friendly. I have another poem.
To a Big Mac
And medium fries.
Behind a large coke
By Daniel Tavet
When I went to the Wellbeing Web training session last Tuesday I was interested to see unusual activity in the coffee bar at Swarthmore. There was a big paper tree spread over two tables, looking suspiciously like the colourful tree on the new Swarthmore brochure…
The Swarthmore Tree
and piles of flattened aluminium cans waiting to be made into leaves, based on artwork of people who’d contributed to the project via the Chat and Create sessions at Swarthmore and the recent Unity Day on Woodhouse Moor.
I’ve met Sue Bowden before and know her as a community arts worker, maker of stained glass & a planner of schemes to transform scruffy corners of the city into blooming gardens, so I wasn’t surprised to see her involved in this. It seems a winning combination. Who doesn’t like chatting? or creating? Plus the warm glow of recycling, and drinking Swarthmore tea…….
Summer sessions continue on Tuesday 3rd, 10th & 17th September from 10am – 12noon.
Then from September 24th the sessions will run Tuesdays 4pm – 6pm.
Singing with Voices of the Day, photo by Chris Sharples
Do you like to sing? I have always loved singing, but my voice got lost about the time my primary school music teacher wouldn’t let me join the choir.
It’s surprising how many people, like me, have been told not to sing. What’s not surprising is the negative effect this can have on self-esteem or confidence. Continue reading →
My name is Daniel Tavet, I live in Armley, Leeds. At the moment I am doing a training session with Leeds Wellbeing, learning about their web site and about blogging. I took this photo with a Sony bloggie camera. It was the first time I’d used these kind of cameras. I took this photo outside Swarthmore college, today, on this hot Thursday. Supposedly this is the hottest it’s been for seven years. I think it’s been longer.
I enjoy learning new things
Leeds has such a lot of opportunities to offer, one example being the training at the Swarthmore Education Centre.
This photo was taken at Swarthmore, after the lunch break.
I enjoyed the training in word-press/ well-being blog; I put everyone at ease with my happy, light, playful attitude. so no more words:
Old Chinese proverb: ”One [or 4] picture[s] is worth a 1000 words”