Hello! This week I received a lovely email from Ani Tenzin:
Hope you enjoy my offering of a drawing of my fine Tibetan ceramic cup bought in Mcleod Ganj India…very bright yellow & beautifully ornamented with the 8 auspicious symbols of Tibetan Buddhism that represent all that is good….perfect for my morning turmeric, honey, ginger & lime hot drink…& a great boost to the immune system & also for strengthening mental health & wellbeing….Like drinking in the healing rays of goodness & sunshine!
May we all raise our cups of cheer in unity to drive away the darkness.
Here’s Vivian explaining how it works: “Participants join up as a team, download the Goose Chase App, join into the game and receive new Fun Family Fun ‘missions’ (challenges) each day. The fun thing is participants score points for each mission they complete…by snapping or videoing their completed mission and they see the entries of all the other players which can often give us a giggle or a gasp of naaaaw.”
As you can see below, there’s plenty to make you go naaaaw!
Thank you so much to Vivian for sharing the wonderful creativity from Warrumbungle Shire! And thank you to all the Goose Chasers for their joyful work!
Very cute cup story from @helsrix: “The rose cup is from a tea set that my Grandpa gave my Grandmother about 65 years ago. The gift was supposed to be a secret until my mother, about five at the time, was drying up for my Grandmother and while drying a cup commented that “Daddy has just bought you lots and lots of these“ and ruined the surprise.”
This cup belonged to Judith Carter in Brisbane, who wrote, “This is a Minton China set. My mother passed it on to me. I kept it for some years and recently gave the entire set including a teapot and sugar bowl to a young cousin of mine. She happens to be an excellent cook and has many tea parties. She is very fond of it.”