Bonjour mes amis! It’s been so long since I’ve written that my two or three followers may have given up on me by now (chuckle). Since I am using this as a journal, so that I may look back at my days and see that I did accomplish things creative and inspiring, I am really… Continue reading Chasing Tricotlore
It happened all the time when I was un enfant. It seems most days, to children, are filled with excitement. They can’t wait for the next “ordinary day” to unfold, because, to them it is mostly filled with new, stimulating experiences. I remember once asking my eldest garçon what it was that kept him from getting… Continue reading Sleepless in Imagination Land
Have you been working on Mandalas? Here’s how Tricotlore taught me to do them–I love the idea of not thinking about which mark you make and repeat. It made me think about how little imperfections, when part of the whole, become a beautiful pattern. I want to embrace the idea that la vie is full… Continue reading Life-like Mandalas
What to do, what to do… This is how I feel most mornings. I have some “free time” while Les Enfants watch TV and eat breakfast. What should I do?! Dishes? Laundry? Decluttering? Creative Projects? Actually eat breakfast myself? I spin and turn and spin some more–In the end, not accomplishing much more than wandering around… Continue reading Spinning Circles
As you might guess from the title, I, after taking Oldest Garçon to see The BFG today, have decided to begin talking like The Big Friendly Giant. As Sophie says, I think he speaks “beautifully”. It is the picture parfait of individuality and creativity. Eldest Garçon and I may have to invent a language as part of our… Continue reading A Dinglewomper Jour
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