Best thing about today: your teachers can’t get mad at you for doodling on you papers.
I love the idea of this holiday. I myself have never been much into doodling on my papers, but today I’m going to try. Hopefully I don’t annoy my teachers too much (though I expect most of them will just be amused). I’ve always wanted to turn my words into monsters.
Seriously, though. This is an amazing holiday. And actually, it’s not really a holiday. It’s an anual fundraiser set up by Epilepsy Action.
I love the way the National Doodle Day official website describes it. “On Friday 5 February 2016, friends, family and famous faces will join together to draw a line through epilepsy.”
I love the way they phrased that. It really gives the day that much more meaning.
I’m having a pretty good day, so I’m getting really into the celebration of this one. In fact, once I finish my doodle to celebrate the day, I’ll post it to show you all.
I may have no artistic talent, but I’m not ashamed.
I challenge all of you to do the same. Make a doodle to celebrate the day, take a picture of it, and post it somewhere for all to see. I’d love it if you would drop me a comment telling me if you do it, and where it’s posted so I can see. I don’t plan on making a big deal out of it, so be fearless.
Whether you’re a great artist or a terrible one like me, join the cause! Spread the word, spread awareness! And maybe make a donation too, if you can!
Check in later to see a picture of the terrible doodle I’ll soon create!