I adore INKTOBER!
Diamine Cerise with the Moonman Glass Dip pen…
**INK case you missed it, this year, I am taking on a class on illustration,
and that class is requiring a commitment for two months.
I’m excited and a little sad I will miss Inktober…
but I made it very very easy for me.
I am using the itty-bitty 2-inch Hahnemühle ZigZag Accordian Journal
and keeping it simple, hearts to begin. Every day. A simple commitment.
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“Memory is more indelible than ink.”
Anita Loos, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.
“I think not….”
Me… why I journal!
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Funny story about cerise. Many years ago a teacher called on ‘the girl in the cerise dress.’ She meant me, but I had no idea. My dress was bright pink–I’d never heard of the color cerise before. ‘Course now, I will never forget it.
It is a very specific color! And a beautiful pink — sometimes Bougainvillea comes in that color.