Hesper, a Dewkeeper Fieldmouse

In a mystical realm where the morning dew reflects the hidden whispers of the woods, resides Hesper, the Dewkeeper. This tiny guardian of the glen, with his large, glistening blue eyes, has a magical duty: to collect the dew from the leaves and blades of grass every dawn.

Hesper was not always a magical creature. He was once an ordinary fieldmouse, living unnoticed among the roots and undergrowth. One foggy morning, as he wandered through the meadows, he stumbled upon an ancient stone marked with mystic runes. Curious, he touched his tiny paw to the symbols, and in a shimmering flash, was bestowed the powers of the Dewkeeper.

With his new role, Hesper gained not only magic but also a sacred responsibility—his daily gatherings of dew help sustain the magic of the forest, which in turn maintains the balance of nature within the realm. The dewdrops he collects are not mere water; they are imbued with the essence of life and the whispers of the forest, which he distributes to keep the flora and fauna thriving.

Every morning, as the first light of dawn casts a pale blue hue across the land, Hesper scurries through the woods. His fur, tinged with the golden light of the early sun, brushes against the wet leaves, collecting the precious droplets. It’s a solitary task, but Hesper takes pride in his work, knowing that the vitality of his mystical forest depends on his diligence and the secret rituals he performs beneath the old oak tree at the heart of the woods.

Thus lives Hesper, the Dewkeeper, a creature small in size but enormous in spirit, forever dedicated to the pulse of his beloved forest.

Twiggle the Rootwinkle

This is the first post from my Small Woodland Creatures Fantasy Series Created using AI tools

In a secluded corner of the ancient Sylvanwood Forest lives a peculiar and enchanting creature named Twiggle. Born from the heart of a fallen elder tree, infused with the mystical energies of the forest, Twiggle is part of a lineage of forest sprites known as the Rootwinkles. These beings are the embodiment of the forest’s creativity and whim, crafted from bark, leaves, and the whispers of old trees.

Twiggle is distinguished by his extraordinary features—large, luminous eyes that seem to reflect the very soul of the forest, delicate leaf-like ears, and a body adorned with moss and tendrils that mirror the intricate patterns of the forest floor. His crown of berries and twigs pulses with a life of its own, attracting curious insects which he regards as his friends and confidants.

Playful, but takes his task seiously.

Though he is young in spirit and playful at heart, Twiggle possesses wisdom beyond his years—an ancient wisdom passed down through the roots and soils of the forest itself. He communicates with the plants and animals around him using a language of rustling leaves and soft murmurs in the wind, a language that only the most attuned of the forest’s inhabitants can understand.

Each day, Twiggle wanders the forest, ensuring that all is as it should be. He mends broken stems, guides lost creatures back to their homes, and sings lullabies to the young seedlings at dusk. His presence is a gentle but powerful force, a reminder of the balance and harmony that nature always seeks to maintain.

Twiggle’s creation was no accident. The elder tree, feeling its life ebbing away, wished to leave behind a guardian for the smaller, more vulnerable creatures of the forest. As it released its final breath, it channeled its remaining life force into the earth, giving rise to Twiggle. From his first moments, Twiggle understood his purpose: to protect and nurture the small beings of Sylvanwood, from the tiniest beetle to the most delicate sprout.

At night, under the canopy of stars peeking through the treetops, Twiggle rests upon his elder tree stump, covered in the soft, green moss that blankets the ancient wood. Here, he dreams of the elder tree’s memories, visions of others like himself in the forest’s past and glimpses of what it might yet become, ready to face another day as the keeper of Sylvanwood’s smallest wonders.

Crafting the Perfect Memoir: AI-Powered Writing Assistants for the Senior Storyteller

AI writing tools can guide seniors to help them pen their life stories or autobiographies, ensuring their legacies are captured perfectly for future generations.

In an age where memories are the most cherished treasures, many seniors aspire to pen down their life stories, passing on wisdom, tales of adventures, and legacies to future generations. Yet, the act of writing can sometimes be daunting, especially for those who might not consider themselves traditional writers. This is where AI comes into play.

The emerging world of AI-powered writing assistants are especifically usefel for senior storytellers. These intelligent tools are not just spell-checkers; they are intuitive companions that can suggest narrative arcs, help refine language, and even provide historical context to personal stories. Imagine capturing the essence of a 1960s summer with AI recommending popular music, events, or styles of that era to enrich the storytelling.

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Make A Dogs Day

National Make A Dogs Day

The Benefits of Having a Dog

Make a dog’s day by rescuing one from a shelter and giving it a loving home. As well as  their loyalty and friendship to members of the family, consider these scientifically-backed benefits that come with having a dog:

1. Companionship:
Dogs provide a sense of companionship that wards off feelings of isolation and loneliness.

2. Live Longer?
Research suggests that dog owners often enjoy better heart health, experiencing lower blood pressure and reduced stress levels, which may contribute to a longer life.3. Crisis SupportIndividuals grappling with trauma or PTSD might find that their  negative stress response to crisis is lower due to their relationship with their dog.

4. Healthy ExerciseOwning a dog naturally encourages regular physical activity, that nudge to get up and out of the house and get moving.

Unexpected Results from AI Prompts

I asked for a “nice bunch of flowers for Norma” – the result was 3 nice images then the lady with flowers on her head!

My prompt was for a very happy old lady waving through the window – I didn’t expect her to pop through it!
Be careful what you ask for!!


Mushroom Houses – what’s your favorite?

My Fav MidJourney Images This Week

Duck Family

Have had lots of MJ fun again this week, these are my pick of the those not used in client work.

International Literacy Day


International Literacy Day, celebrated on September 8th every year, is a global endeavor to champion the fundamental right to education.

Established by UNESCO in 1966, this day highlights the critical role that literacy plays in empowering individuals and entire communities. It’s a call to action to eradicate illiteracy worldwide, promoting the idea that every person, regardless of their background, deserves access to quality education.

From Dr Seuss, "The more that you read, the more that you know"

International Literacy Day serves as a powerful reminder that literacy is not only a tool for personal advancement but also a catalyst for economic development, social equality, and overall well-being. It’s an opportunity for governments, organizations, and individuals to come together, pledging their commitment to creating a world where everyone can read, write, and reach their full potential.

My Trusty Little Car

Getting my little Getz car fixed


Getting my car fixed is like a little victory dance! When I hear the engine running smoothly or feel the brakes working like magic, it’s like my car is saying, “Thanks for taking care of me!” Those weird noises or pesky warning lights? Poof, they’re gone!

Plus, knowing that my trusty ride is safe for me and my buddies just makes me feel much more comfortable.

So, car repair day? It’s basically a day at the spa for my four-wheeled friend, and that’s some good old-fashioned joy! 🚗💨

World Senior Citizen’s Day

Ha, I like this Day being a Senior Citizen myself!

Granny Being Curious

World Senior Citizen’s Day, observed on August 21st each year, is a heartfelt tribute to the invaluable contributions and wisdom that older generations bring to our societies. It’s a day to recognize the accomplishments, experiences, and the wealth of knowledge that seniors possess.

This observance emphasizes the importance of respecting and caring for our elderly, ensuring they live with dignity, health, and a sense of belonging in their communities. It’s an opportunity for us to express gratitude and to celebrate the vibrant tapestry of life that spans across generations. World Senior Citizen’s Day serves as a poignant reminder that age is not a barrier to continued growth, learning, and making a meaningful impact in the world.

Cultivating Patience

Patience is a virtue that brings a wealth of benefits to one’s life.

Model of a castle made with toothpicksIt allows for a calm and composed approach to challenges, fostering a sense of inner peace and reducing stress.

In the realm of hobbies, like constructing models using toothpicks, patience becomes a valuable ally. This intricate and meticulous craft requires steady hands and a calm demeanor, teaching the virtue of persistence.

Moreover, patience cultivates better decision-making, as it encourages thoughtful contemplation rather than impulsive reactions.

It leads to improved relationships, as patient individuals tend to be more understanding and empathetic. Additionally, it paves the way for personal growth, enabling the pursuit of long-term goals with dedication and resilience. In essence, embracing patience not only enhances the quality of our endeavors but also enriches our overall well-being.