Imagination

Reflection IMAGINATION IMAGINATION IMAGINATION Quiet reflection Reflect on the word Unlocks multiple intelligences Creative juices soar! My creator always smiling on and caring for me Delicacy budd… Source: Imagination

BE KIND

you just never know by the face or demeanor some has I go thru this often, but my saving grace is to not carry them but myself Onward and Upward from here. I put myself in it to help educate not pr… Source: BE KIND

BE KIND

you just never know by the face or demeanor some has I go thru this often, but my saving grace is to not carry them but myself Onward and Upward from here. I put myself in it to help educate not pr… Source: BE KIND

DAY’S UPS AND DOWNS

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Day’s ups and downs

Going forward on posts not easy at times. But I love doing it. As I have said before, but thought I would be positive mostly when I post and not talk about my symptoms. What I do is write when I can. That is why I am going to get a chapbook (a small book) together by the end of June 2016. I am determined.  Sometimes I cannot talk, write etc. About the past and hard to deal with. So I made past and the best of times I can. To produce I hope good posts for you.

Could you for me tell me what you would like to hear?  When I go through in my days: our ups and downs, progress daily; to do things of course, aggravation, frustration brain stuff, residuals are tough, I have these every day just sneaking through to do what…

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Illustrated Watercolor Journaling

I love this. Hope u all do too.

Drawn In

I had the pleasure and privilege of teaching a full day workshop on Illustrated Watercolor Journaling at the Killington Arts Guild in Vermont last weekend. I’m always inspired by the creativity and enthusiasm that comes from gathering people together for a day of painting! I don’t usually paint much when I’m teaching, but I started this beet as part of a demonstration and then finished it back at home. I always aim to make my journal pages reflect something meaningful or interesting from my experiences, so I finished the page with some of the lessons and tips we practiced and a bit of my joy from teaching the workshop.

I brought a variety of props for people to sketch, including some beautiful beets with weary looking greens (they were gorgeous when I bought them!). And – wouldn’t you know, I spelled “journaling” incorrectly on the page—I hate that, but oh well!

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