Tag Archives: Zentangle

Early Autumn

Early autumn in the garden Hot, but no longer oppressive Summer plants Still alive, but haggard Green, but no longer glorious Autumn plants Gaining their vestments But not yet crowned Transforming, and not yet radiant The breeze stirs the leaves, … Continue reading

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The Church of Watching the River Flow By

Warm peppermint tea, Cool breeze, expanding sunbeams Expel dream’s stupor. Haiku by Jennifer Kay We went on vacation a few weeks ago. By the end of the week, we had quite the tally of fun activities: visiting with friends we … Continue reading

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A Year of Creativity

It may seem odd to be doing a “year in review” essay in April, but it took me most of the first quarter of this year to tie up the loose ends of last year, so I decided to make … Continue reading

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A Perfect Start

A new journal is like new fallen snow–tantalizing with the pristine magic of unblemished potential. So of course I wanted my first drawing in my new journal to be perfect–a good first impression for my future self and any other … Continue reading

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