A few weeks ago I started doing Zentangle every day. I can't believe how much better my brain is feeling now. Every morning I sit at my desk and learn two or three new tangles and then create a Zentangle tile.
Above is today's tile... I added some color with watercolor pencils.
Below is one of the first tiles I did. Above is done using a template and then filling it in.
As soon as I can get in, I plan on attending a Zentangle Seminar and getting certified to teach. Honestly - it's the only yoga I could ever teach and it is so good for the brain!
It's hard to believe that cement can be poured in the bitter cold, but evidently it can. This was weeks ago, and it's still freakishly cold.
Jewelry production is slow due to ummm, well, life.. but I did manage to get a few pieces to the gallery and have a few more to take over.
I am a member of The Cross Makers of Seward - a group of volunteer retired guys (and me) that make palm crosses. I maintain the etsy shop and do the shipping. There was an article in Thrivent Magazine that went out to 3 million readers. Needless to say, I turned into a Shipping Department overnight last November. Today I have just 105 crosses to ship out...
Sister Bee rescued a Husky Mix Puppy and named her Merci. They are living together at La Ruche while Bonnie is remodeling her mansion into a B&B.
Seems silly, but yes - dirt. Dangerous Dan is now on his way with a load of dirt to make the surface level. He needs seven more.
I am again learning the lesson of Patience.
Meanwhile, people are coming and going staying for months/weeks at a time at Two Dog Pond. I am thoroughly loving having Sister Bee here. She just bought an old Victorian and is turning it into a B&B. More on that later...
Rumple and Scootch along with my husband and I live out in the country on a peaceful acreage with a pond. I create with glass and sometimes copper, brass and silver all the livelong day. Life is good - "Living Life on the Gravel Lane"