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Day Twenty-Eight

Theme: Celebration

You did it!


28 days of heart + spirit. Thank you!


We began this course when schools closed and now it's almost one month later. We continue to learn a new way of living. We've had to learn to accept the way things are. And you have done a great job!


The challenges of staying home, the distancing from people and schooling online, are all things you have adjusted to. Celebrating accomplishments are important. Big or small, celebrations give us hope. And how to celebrate is up to you. 











Activity: Celebrate! Planning a celebration starts with your imagination. You can make it fancy or take a picnic in the park. Celebrate the way that works for you.

Jackson Pollack was a painter. His paintings embody energy and color. With this type of painting, you'll want to have space. You can use white or black paper, or paper bags can work also! Again, be creative, experiment, and have fun!


Expressionistic painting encourages you to let go and express yourself through color and movement.

What You Need


  • Heavy paper or a roll of butcher paper

  • Paint

  • Brushes

  • Water

  • A warm day (or a space where you can get messy)

  • Painting smocks or garbage bags with arm and head holes

  • A garden hose or bucket of water to make clean up easier

  • Old towels

Have fun!

Please remember to send me photos, ideas or any of your poems or stories! I would love to hear from you.

Stay well and remember to visit the activities anytime!

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Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) was an American Abstract Expressionist painter. He would drip paint on his canvases in order to create his paintings.


Gratitude: I'm grateful for you and all you do! What are you thankful for today?

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