Your Weekly Diversion, Week 36


Week 36. Too much suffering going on right now, and fear, and the great unknown. I’m not even talking politics. That’s another painful topic, with healthcare uncertainty for many and the real possibility of nuclear war for us all.  Hopefully cooler heads and compassion will prevail.


How about some diversions? Let’s make a fairy lantern! This looks like such fun, and if there’s a child in your life, it’ll be fun for both of you!


Photo from Color Made Happy

How about painting some rocks? Go look for some nice smooth rocks, and check out these instructions. I’m  checking out good rocks now with the intention of using some pretty nail colors I’m replacing with Zoya polish which is cleaner and greener, than You-know-who’s in the ubiquitous square bottles.


Zoya is free of the Big 10: formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, dibutyl phthalate, toluene, camphor, TPHP, parabens, xylene, ethyl tosylamide, and lead. Lots of pretty colors, too!

As I write this post, I’ve been listening to the Global Citizen Festival, so who better than to close with than Stevie! 







11 thoughts on “Your Weekly Diversion, Week 36

  1. Thank you for these wonderful diversions Shielagh – I love the fairy lantern especially and great to see Stevie Wonder again. ‘Songs in the Key of Life’ was a soundtrack for my early teens and still a favourite album in our house. I hope you are all keeping well and wish you a wonderful weekend!☺💖 xxx

    • Thank you, Nilda! I post my Your Weekly Diversion blog on Fridays, unless circumstances delay me in which case it could be a day or two later. I hope you’ll enjoy it going forward.

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