I’m celebrating my 50th birthday focusing on a few of my favorite things – care to help me contribute to some great causes this year?
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Many lamented the loss of the Fun Forest at the base of the Space Needle. But with the playful Pavilion in place, it’s hard to let the sadness linger.
Too much fun with so many brushes With water, with oil, with color, without? Tracing? Abstract? Obscure? Subtract? Paint by numbers or outside lines Follow rules or mischievously combine The multitude of hues, of lines thick, thin? The tip of … Continue reading
Going to try something new this month – “Minute on the Map.” While I’ve never bothered to complete the papers needed to renew my passport, I still love the idea of traveling – preferably by train, second by plane, but … Continue reading
New year, new follies. A page out of one of the soon-to-be submitted Sketchbook Project books. Theme: Wanderer. Title: Trails in Winter and Other Seasons. Now to see if this (and the other items) will be sent before the final date.
Or what I’ll tentatively/playfully call “Good Question,” “Good Blog Hopping” or “The Goodreads Connection” to continue the alphabet soup. One of the fun things in reading the daily digests is in following the occasional ‘blog hops,’ either in creating new stories … Continue reading
Etchings First scratch, second scratch, third line leaves its mark Whistler’s needle against the copper brings a surface of the park Closer lines, darkness refined The rubbings leave their shine. Whittle away, bit by bit, what emerges is the city … Continue reading
Collecting Chaos A place for everything; everything in its place. If the cast of Clean House came by, it could be a disgrace. Crayons here, markers there (Truth be told, the drawing board’s not bare). Doodle dee, doodle dum Another … Continue reading
Today’s belated shot is in response to the Daily Prompt: What giant step did you take where you hoped your leg wouldn’t break? Was it worth it, were you successful in walking on the moon, or did your leg break?/Photographers, artists, … Continue reading
“He who seeks rest finds boredom. He who seeks work finds rest.” ~ Dylan Thomas Reason goes that the more you spin, the deeper into madness your mind has been, unless you’re slow Even if you know which way to go … Continue reading