by Kristin Nador/@KristinNador
Do you carry your notebook, camera or sketchbook with you all the time? Are you prepared to capture a scene or an idea when it reveals itself? You never know when a creative idea will pop up. Every experience is a potential revelation for your creative self. I found an active spot to get a little inspiration this week.
Write Anywhere #39: Community Festival
Rooster Days is the oldest festival in Oklahoma. In the 1930s it started as a way to help farmers market excess roosters to the community so they could have more fresh eggs available. Today Rooster Days has no roosters but is a fun small town community festival and carnival. All the families, couples, and groups gave lots of opportunities for people watching.
The arts and crafts fair offered a myriad of interesting items. If you’re a pink-sequined hat, fudge, wine, and beef jerky lover it was heaven. Artist Daughter and I got a lot of exercise walking several blocks in the downtown area.
We rested at one of the music stages, where the Red Dirt Rangers put on a great show and I scribbled a few lines in my notebook.
Of course there were funnel cakes. And that’s all I have to say about that. 🙂
Where did you write this week?
Question: What’s your favorite carnival food?
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