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If we were having coffee… Wasn’t that coffee tasting fun? I know, you may not be such a Starbucks supporter, but these monthly events are now something my husband and I look forward to. So far, I’ve learned that I … Continue reading
“Let us know the happiness time brings, not count the years.”~Ausonius, Roman poet Another February 15th rolls to an end, another birthday for my husband curls up for a 365-day nap. Birthdays are in the little touches.
Three years ago, I became a Certified Zentangle Teacher. Woot! I think this is the perfect time to explain about my CZT Guys. They think so, anyway. It’s long overdue, and they are fumpy that I haven’t told their story … Continue reading
“Life is the art of drawing without an eraser.”~John W. Gardner, American educator Yes, this is a totally Zentangle-y quote, almost a bit cheesy, but it’s always worth the reminder. Especially with Zentangle classes. The first day, yesterday, is always … Continue reading
“Leftovers in their less visible form are called memories.”~Thomas Fuller, English clergyman I got suckered into an April Fool’s joke, the first one played on me in…oh, years…. That’s why I didn’t expect it. At least that’s my excuse and … Continue reading
“Just play, have fun, enjoy the game.”~Michael Jordan, American athlete Those are good words for both sports and for life. The Blue-White crowd was allowed on the football field after the game. It was a sunny 72-degree day, perfect for … Continue reading