Both of my sons are journalists and have lots of experience writing headlines for articles in their newspapers. We often share strangely written headlines with them and laugh over funny ones we find. So that lead me to wonder what my week might look like in headline form.
Colorado woman finds joy in hand-stitching her quilt bindings
And where to find that cute backing fabric
Or, how about -
It's a miracle!
Discovering tomatoes actually growing on your plant
I know most headlines don't have punctuation, which feels a little weird when you're used to writing in paragraph form, as I am. But here's another:
Finding peace and quiet when staying at home
How to love your own backyard
(I'm including subheadings, too!)
I often read these kinds of articles -
Best books of 2020
Learning from historical fiction
(One of my favorite genres to read! More about this book at Goodreads.)
Waldo (oops!) Diann?
Finding old photos in your attic
(A life-long friend sent this to me. She said she had come across it when cleaning out a storage area in her house. We think this trip with our Girl Scout troop took place in about 1968. My mom's in the photo, too. It was pretty fun seeing an old photo of an event I hadn't thought about in years!)
How's your week going? Hope you've found things to like! I'm joining LeeAnna and friends at Not Afraid of Color for "I Like Thursday."