I took some liberties this week – I’ll attribute it to poetic license.
license or liberty taken by a poet, prose writer, or other artist in deviating from rule, conventional form, logic, or fact, in order to produce a desired effect.
My desired effect was to showcase a rose that caught my eye, a Zentangle I created and felt fit the theme of the challenge, and a conglomeration of the two.
P.S. I throw out that word “artist” with tongue in cheek. 🙂
A rose that captured my heart
My Converging Tangle
You might notice some white spots in the black ink. I could say I meant to do that. Truth is I need a new pen – ROAD TRIP!
A blend of the two
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A fabulous time of year for colorful…
Chrisrmas is coming…
Santa was behind the colors. The REAL Santa!
Kids need to color more today! 🙂
My new hobby. Zentangle. I do the tangling and my friend, Gen, does the coloring.
Stop off at Ailsa’s to see more on her challenge – Colorful. Click on the lips. 😉
HAVE A GREAT WEEK.
AND KEEP SMILING…
A structure in Barkley Farmstead in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. I go here to walk, think, admire, observe. I am almost always with my five year old charge. I spend five days a week with this bright charming fellow. Here is a snippet of my day. I love my job.
HIM: Why are there Chrisrmas wreaths hanging in stores before Thanksgiving?
ME: I don’t really know, bud.
HIM: I love Christmas. I can’t wait.
ME: Don’t rush it, pal.
HIM: Do you know what I love about Christmas?
ME: No. Tell me.
HIM: I love the presents.
ME: Me too.
HIM: And I love that I get to eat candy canes.
HIM: And I love the joy of family. (No lie. He said that. Verbatim.)
ME: That’s a really nice thing to say. I’m glad you feel that way.
HIM: I can’t help it. It’s so joy-able. (Also verbatim.) 😉
THIS KID’S ANGLING FOR SOMETHING, WOULDNT YOU SAY?
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OK. So I haven’t shared 45 weeks in a row. Maybe there’s not that much to tell. (Or maybe I just can’t keep up) In any event, I’m sharing today, so, welcome to my (Cee’s) Share Your World.
What is your favorite color?
Green. Or any variation thereof…
SEE HOW THEY STAND OUT IN A CROWD?
In what do you find the simplest of joys?
Of late it’s…
finding a peace-filled moment
Would you prefer a reading nook or an art, craft, photography studio?
Definitely A STUDIO!
ZENtangle – Very Zen. Very relaxing. Very Untangling the brain. ;–)
What is at least one of your favorite quotes?
” It always seems impossible til it’s done.” ~ Nelson Mandela
A world of possibilities…
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, Time out for lunch with a very dear friend… and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up? Nothing planned. Dull? Maybe, but it leaves me open for surprises.
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Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate each and every visitor.
Celebrate your freedom.
Salute a soldier.
Thank a vet.
Pledge to the flag.
Respect our president. (You think your job is tough?)
And thank God.
“Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.” ~ 500 BCE Lao Tzu
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I’m low on bark but long on leaves while walking through the park nearby that is blanketed in red and gold. Each step I take makes a crispy, crunching sound. Like something out of a horror movie. I even scared myself! You know, like when you’re watching something spooky, and you’re shouting to the TV. “Don’t go in the basement!” “Why would you follow the sound. RUN WHILE YOU CAN!” “DON’T OPEN THAT DOOR!”
Thank goodness it was so gorgeous or I might have had to turn around. “NO! DONT LOOK BEHIND YOU!!!”
WALK THIS WAY…
Knight Park, Collingswood, NJ Autumn, 2014
Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. ~ Albert Camus
Don’t be afraid to take a long walk and breathe it all in. But before you do, drop by Cee’s challenge by clicking on the icon below.
This week I decided to fuss with a couple apps and turn a few ordinary circle into a few odd ball circle. I like the effects. I like that it was fun. Problem with doing this is that there are so many options, combinations, and choices. You could lose track of time just messing around with this stuff. Still…fun. 😄
Here’s hoping my circles made you smile, at least a little, and then a little more, and then a lot.
MY FRIEND’S BACK YARD THROUGH A PRISM
A PRISM HANGING ORNAMENT
AN CURIOUS FIVE YEAR OLD
Smiling yet? Come on!
Well, if not, I’ve failed. But maybe stopping over at Cee’s will make you grin, so click on the icon and put on a happy face…