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They are like doodles… I draw meditating cats a LOT. ☾ We are the World bloghop is happening Friday! Do YOU have an uplifting story to tell? Share it Friday and link here: Interested in lifting the vibration in th … Continue reading
Sammy is a single cat for the first time. He’s always had a tumble-down face-licking pal to play with… We’ve decided to let him have his own pal, but whether to get a cat his own age or kittens to … Continue reading
It was on its way to be a good sketch and I should have STOPPED but I added water to the charcoal then red and this is what overworked looks like… Sorry Sammy! I’m gonna say my lack of judgement … Continue reading
I sketched these in the Bright Ideas journal. I had to use Freshly Minted Suggestions for the best designed bottle cap opener thangy ever! If you don’t have one of these 50+-year-old gadgets then you haven’t lived. And the memories … Continue reading
I’m concerned about having drawn my mala because after drawing my thirty-year-old basket the handle broke. But maybe after all these years it is time to replace my broken-winged unconventional mala bead with a different bead… Okay, yes, I added … Continue reading
I tried this earlier but was not happy with the result, right, and decided to try it again. I am happier with this one. She is difficult to capture — black, but not, and suspicious! I still used the Masking … Continue reading