This week we were challenged to do 3 daily creates! I found these fun and only taking a few minutes out of my day so it was good to incorporate some form of digital studies into my daily routine.
The first Daily Create that I did was composing a cutup poem from words that were created in the year that I was born (1999). This was so interesting! If it wasn’t for this exercise I would have never known that these words first made their place in the year! The phrase I found the most surprising was the carbon footprint. Mainly because it’s something I always grew up hearing so I assumed it was already a term way before my time. I find this topic interesting because you can reduce your carbon footprint just by switching on and off what vehicles you drive places.
The second daily create asked us to show a legendary creature such as big foot. The Loch Ness Monster duh!! So, what makes it so legendary? This myth started when people started saying there was a large monster with a long neck and one or more humps in the waters of Loch Ness, Scotland. Long footprints were found around the shore and people believed it to be the monster until scientists decided they were hippo tracks.
The third daily create I did was pretty open ended which I loved. It asked us if someone were to open the door what would they find behind the door. Well, I opened the door at my house the other day just to see my baby girl Lily chewing on my parents tv remote. Yes, I probably should have taken the remote instantly but it was just too funny not to take a picture. Lily is a year and a half old and is a Lab/Beagle mix who we just rescued this past December. She can be a little monster sometimes because she has a lot of energy but just as loving!