Monday, March 5, 2012

Letting the days go by...

One of my favorite Talking Heads songs is "Once in a Lifetime." There is something about the song that says a lot to me, although I'm not sure really what it's saying!! And, just watching David Byrne perform makes me realize how much I love this weird world and all its inhabitants. (more fun here)
   What I do know is, it's been a while since I've entered a blog post! As I've been letting the days go by without a post, other things have required energies, and so it goes. Lots of fun stuff, lots of creative juices all around and through. Lots of water flowing underground that hasn't yet seen the light of day, but I can feel it just the same.
   It's all very appropriate that alongside the days going by, is my little Tangle-A-Day calendar that beckons to me to participate. The days visually go by in this little journal, making me very aware of time, and its limitations. As I mark the days with Zentangle, I feel grateful for the chance to do so, and marvel at how fast the days really do go by. Below is my calendar catch up ...

I've also missed posting TWO Diva challenges, although I did do last week's (#60), but didn't get to post it in time. The February 25-27 page below is my response to that challenge. Lots of fun!!! Thank you, Laura!

Letting the days go by, let the water hold me down
Letting the days go by, water flowing underground
Into the blue again, after the money's gone
Once in a lifetime, water flowing underground.


  1. glad to know all is still well with you...I noticed you had not posted in a while. At least you are keeping up with your calendar and easily realizing that the days keep slipping by. It's important that we realize that...some days I miss seeing that big picture! Tangle on!
    Aloha, Andrea

  2. Just looked through your last few pages of calendar work. You are always an absolute inspiration Carole. Not only do I thank you for the calendar book to work through but for your regular artwork in the calendar, motivating to do better and to explore new ideas. Thanks for your creativity and dedication. Anne


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