Moodle Army #5: Universe

Moodle Army #5: Universe

It’s time to show off the artistic talents in this week’s edition of the Moodle Army! Unfortunately, the ‘centre of the universe‘ theme seems to have flummoxed a few and submissions have dwindled. 😦  So a huge thanks to those who have contributed – I’ll take note of your comments about it being a tricky subject!


I have to admit that I was a little unsure what to Moodle myself this week. I could have sat in an orbit of cupcake planets and teapot asteroids but then I remembered a book I read a few years ago.

British author, DJ, comedian and cult leader (it’s a kindness cult, so its ok!), Danny Wallace wrote a hilarious book about his quest to find the centre of the universe. Which apparently is under a manhole cover, in a town conveniently named Wallace, in Idaho, America.


The mayor of the town declared it the centre of the known universe in 2004, because he could, and Danny went on a trip to check it out (it’s also where Dante’s Peak was filmed).

So my Moodle is a touristy adventure to snap a selfie with a circular piece of metal! We’ll ignore the fact my map of the US looks like a fish…I at least tried to make up for it with the American spelling of ‘center’.

And if you’ve never read his books before, I recommend them to make you chuckle – especially Join Me and Yes Man (which is much better than the film of the same name they made from it).

Anyway, on with this week’s entries – Don’t forget, there will be a new challenge tomorrow at 9am. Fingers crossed I’ll see more of you next week. 🙂

Thanks all, enjoy!

Sending out rays of sunshine from his face is Mark of Mono Images…Mostly


Amanda is centering herself and tuning into a cosmos of calm!
Inside the Life of Moi


Sue is showing where in the universe her heart lies. Awww!
Space, Time and Raspberries


And finally, channeling the ‘Force’ of the universe is Jedi James!  James Proclaims


Image Credits: Mine or via links given.

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13 thoughts on “Moodle Army #5: Universe

  1. I love that you spelled “center” the way we do! I haven’t heard of those stories before, but I’ll look for them — thanks for the recommendation.

    It’s always fun to see the different interpretations everyone comes up with. Maybe Moodling is the solution to the world’s problems; they’re a friendly way to understand that we don’t necessarily see the same things the same way, and there’s nothing wrong with that.

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    1. Exactly! I’m actually going to use that notion this week with the children to illustrate (literally) that differences of opinion are okay.
      And you’re welcome for the spelling – it’s the least I could do for turning your country into a fish!

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  2. I feel, in many ways, that I entirely missed the point, but I think that that, in some ways, is exactly the point of moodling…
    Enjoyable as always – bring on next week’s moodle!

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