Category Archives: A-Z Challenge

Z is for Zephyr

My husband is my zephyr. When he blew into my life things got cooler. The clutter of my overly settled in ways shifted and opened into breezy pathways to something more. Loneliness whispered away and a gentle murmur of two … Continue reading

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Y is for Yearly

For the last several years I have taken this small journey of filling a sketchbook and sending it off to Brooklyn, NY and then travelling to see it along with the inspiring and incredible sketchbooks that others have filled when … Continue reading

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X is for The Unknown

Often we intuit or come right smack up against gateways in life. Many times we can’t see through to the other side, and we have to decide whether to go through, go around or sit at the door without information … Continue reading

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W is for Writing

Yes, I am a writer, and with that one last pesky page of my sketchbook I decided to celebrate it. Recently a blog-friend gently pointed out that my novel was almost invisible on my blog. I’ve been working on fixing … Continue reading

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V is for Velocity by Volition

I love the word Velo for a bicycle since it┬áreminds me of Velocity: the rate of change of the displacement, the difference between the final and initial position of an object.┬áIt’s a specification of its speed and direction of motion. … Continue reading

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U is for Under Cover (Not to be confused with Undercover)

There is nothing secretive here, though it was a little tricky to create the title page of my sketchbook under the cover. I learned that free-form snowflake-type fold cutting is challenging when the page is attached in a book. And … Continue reading

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