Good things are happening while Pictoglyphs collaborates with Two Yumms Up to create an extension of LOVE BEAMS.
With childlike curiosity, Pictoglyphs touches base with creative living through educational outreaches, Two Yumms Up connects people though food, while Love Beams invests high regard to the youngest members of our community.
Pictoglyphs workshops are created as intermittent “Adventures” in which to grow onward from.
Urban living can be overstimulating at times… and then under-stimulating in other instances. Time is an issue; it’s always running ahead whether we are ready or not. The aging process is an issue too. Before we know it, the kids are grown and we have worked straight through those extra-curricular activities.
Pictoglyphs offers a time-out with our loved ones and not away from them. For instance, if Two Yumms Up is hosting a “Make and Bake: Bread” and your family has a 2 year old, guess who’s front and center… the lil one for sure! Our adventures have room for the exploration of new experiences and it’s truly a collaboration among each family and the tribal community that we build. This should prove to be interesting!
Instead of being overstimulated by urban living, we can take our precious commodity of time back and focus on what there is to learn from each other. We can create these adventures on our way. We can welcome transition by creating a reason to look forward to it and together we can imprint experiences worth repeating.
Altogether, by practicing our share of each component, we found what sustains us. We are building the tribe by never being experts, per say; instead, fellow students among others who maintain vibrancy by learning something else. Being sharers of information and practicing new skills with others is our way of extending LOVE BEAMS onward.
Pictoglyphs will collaborate with Two Yumms Up and/or others to host small adventures, while any photos taken will be available after each adventure. The adventure truly is in our common occurrences because that’s where we genuinely exist; perhaps less so in the posed shots.
We love that quote by Edward Everett Hale: “I am only one; but still I am one. I cannot do everything; but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.”
We will start from here. If your family can only take a time-out once a month to adventure into a creative medium, consider Pictoglyphs as a collaborator in that. We too are learning on our way and look forward to connecting.