“If you only chase the pot of gold, you’ll miss the beauty of the rainbow along the way.” ~ Jamie Worthington.
We often tell those who participate in our challenges to stretch the challenge and make it fit to suit them. On this occasion, I have done exactly that, I have stretched the challenge to the utmost with my second response to Potholes.
Some of you may have already seen one or two chalk drawings created by my daughter Sophie and her youngest, five-year-old Evie. They began with rainbows for the NHS along the cobbled border of the small street where they live. Then they progressed to a flowery garden on their driveway.
After reading my friend Peter’s comments on the flowered garden and his request for a Unicorn, Sophie created her latest rainbow drawing just for him (with a little help from Evie).
Having seen the Owl and Mouse comic strip and the pothole accidents, granddaughter Evie was taking no chances and wore the appropriate headgear when creating her drawings on the driveway.
Perhaps Evie had taken note of the previous potholes on my driveway that are now filled in!
(C) SueW-nansfarm.net 2020 Wednesday Challenge Potholes from Weekly Prompts.