I found this book a creative artist friend of mine gave me years ago. The book is called "52 projects random acts of everyday creativity". I always wanted to try a few, but of course we all have busy schedules and I always had a good excuse. Now is the time to crack the spine of this book. The premise is to have something to look forward to in terms of a project. It could be as simple as writing a story of a childhood memory to making a poster art piece.
My 3 year wedding anniversary is coming up. I want to make a nice gift for my husband who has been so supportive all these years. It's rough to be on call, but the person waiting for you is also suffering as well. Anyway, one of the projects from Jeffrey Yamaguchi's book is to get a regular sized envelope, address it to someone special, and then stuff it with clippings or other keepsakes of your memories together. I think I'll address the envelope to him from his secret admirer. I hope he'll be surprised.