You may run....
... especially if its sunny and you are made of chocolate.
Robots collaged in Quality Street and Cadbury's chocolate fingers (broken), on a background made in Painter IX.
I'm not sure whether this is the way that Inspire Me Thursday was meant to be pushing with its suggestion to "Challenge Yourself to Find the Art in the Everyday" but once I'd got the idea into my head I had to play with it.
Sunday Scribblings - Chocolate
Chocolate has been an important part of my life yet I spent 17 years avoiding it. At that time I got a migraine if I had even the tiniest amount. Those days are now behind me, cured through the use of health kinesiology. I'd known how to do such a correction for 2 years before I used it and then only because I had accidentally put some chocolate in my mouth, tasted it and spat it out but then still felt the familiar bubbles at the top of my spine that heralded a migraine for me. (Some people get interesting visual distrubance with migraines I had weird sensations.) So I did the correction and discovered I also needed one for experiencing pleasure too! (HK testing is very accurate when performed competently but you either need a good practitiner or, like me, train so you can treat yourself.)
Nowadays, except when attempting to slim ;-), I have chocolate everyday... and like Johnny Depp, in Chocolat, my favourite form of chocolate is Hot Chocolate.
I hope Mr Depp likes chocolate and is not himself allergic to it as he has had two such tasty roles, Chocolat and Charile and the Chocolate factory.
Hmm... well I'm not quite sure how I got here as I'm not really much into films... but chocolate seems to have led here. Just imagine if all those coins in Pirates of the Carribean had been chocolate... the curse would have been unliftable... luckily I have learnt to lift this particular curse and I wish you all to be free of it too, if you'll accept my blessings!
And I'm sure the chocolate robots are going to have some very melting moments soon....
Puzzle 63: One and one make two - From New Scientist #1114, 3rd August 1978 [link] “Never tell them more than you need”, as Professor Knowall has so often said. “And pay them the compliment...