This week’s journal challenge prompt is: How do you perceive American ingenuity? Where do you see American ingenuity thriving today?
What a great question! (or two) American ingenuity is the heart of our nation’s productivity and prosperity! Without it there would be no light bulb, no computer, no car, no Post-it notes. And where would we be without Post-it notes?
American ingenuity is the imagination of the inventor, the innovator, the person who seeks to find a better way to do something, to produce something, to make something easier.
Where do I see it thriving today?
A cross made from old bedsprings!
A table from old shutters!
A pot rack from a bicycle wheel!
And the mother of all websites devoted to American ingenuity at its best: Pinterest! Where do I see American ingenuity thriving today? www.pinterest.com
Am I right, or am I right?
2 replies on “Folk Magazine 2013 Journal Challenge: American Ingenuity”
I really like this 🙂 Looking at all those pictures inspired me! I adore the table made out of shutters – as in I may actually do that or t least pinterest it…lol thanks for sharing your thoughts, I enjoyed them!
Thank you, Erika! Happy pinning, and happy creating! Thank you for reading my blog! : )