Posted by: Kelly Deeny | January 12, 2015

Day 92 of the Artistic Spirit Pledge

111 Day Artistic Spirit Pledge: Spiritual Growth Through Creative Expression

Day 92: A Golden Menu

Day 89’s Creativity Prompt was as follows:  This week’s theme…film and television.

Enchanted stories

Enchanted stories

Get inspired by your favorite film or television show. Write a fan fic story, make fan art, or create a necklace (as shown above). What will you come up with?



Prompt #13 added an extra dash of creativity to my award show party plans this weekend!

As I stated in the first entry of my entertainment blog, film/TV/theatre award shows are to me what play-off games are to sport fans. I watch the nomination announcements, invite friends over to watch the main event, and prepare food for the party; I create a menu that’s themed according to the nominees. For example, the image below shows a selection of snacks themed to celebrate the 72nd Golden Globes Awards – which aired Sunday, January 11, 2015.

Food for Thought!

Food for Thought!


I served white bean hummus (INTO THE WOODS), chicken salad and crackers (BIRDMAN), apple chips with dip (THE IMITATION GAME – if you’ve seen this incredible film, you’ll understand why I chose apples), along with orange-flavored, miniature-sized sodas (Orange is the New Black & Fargo – get it, mini-soda!)

My dear friends, Cate and Colin, hosted the party (of three) and even bought golden cookies and gold-colored plates for the festivities. I’m lucky that my friends always join in on the creativity year after year.

My mind’s already cooking up ideas for February 22nd!

*DISCLAIMER: No endorsement from anyone associated with the films mentioned above nor the award show is implied!*

Were you inspired by this week’s Creativity Prompt? If so, what did you create?

**I am an Artistic Spirit! For most of my life I’ve used the creative arts as a source of spiritual exploration and healing, even though I didn’t always do so consciously. Sometimes I was the instrument creating the art and other times I was on the receiving end. The connection between art and spirituality is so significant in my life that it’s infused into everything I do. I love music, theatre, television drama series (daytime and primetime), and creative writing and find fulfillment in artistic expression of various sorts: singing, acting, and jewelry design. Throughout the next 19 days, I’ll delve into how all of the above strengthens my spirit and has saved my life on more than one occasion.**

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