On 01.02.02, I was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. Too late for surgery, I had chemotherapy, which failed. In May the chemotherapy was changed and I was soon in remission which was celebrated and welcome and lasted nine years - until October 2011. There was progression in 2011 so more treatment was indicated and I am now back in partial remission. But I'm not only a cancer patient - I also enjoy my family, walk my dogs and am learning to draw and paint. Life is good!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Tangling my way through


The boys at Juvenile Hall are enjoying zentangling. I pass out all the zentangle books published so far, Pitt and Micron pens and watercolor paper. A calm comes over the room as the kids work out their patterns, surprised at what develops. I feel the same way. I'm still working on this one and have been adding tangles for several days now. What an addiction!

12 comments:

  1. This is great, I haven't done any for a while, must do some more, it is very relaxing. I love seeing your different patterns.

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  2. Relaxing it is, I'm limp as a rag doll!

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  3. I have only one word..."Wauw"
    What a great drawing!

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  4. I have only one word..."Wauw"
    What a great drawing!

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  5. Deesie -- With enthusiasm like that, who needs electricity? Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. Thanks, Raena. Good to "see" you again!

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  7. That looks like a big one! I've only done small ones and not too many of them. I'm glad the boys get into doing them. That's a great way to relax.

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  8. I seriously wouldn't mind that if it's the only addiction I could have ^^

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  9. It's alive!! I love all of the patterns - so cool.

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  10. This is a great zentangle! I love that you are also teaching it to the boys at juvenille hall.

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  11. Awesome! I haven't done any, but I think I should.

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