Visual Journal #8 is off on a trip. Before I packed her up I needed to find a suitable box. I don’t think it’s unreasonable to expect to find a serviceable box or two in the dark reaches of my garage. Maybe there’s one up near the rafters by the black widow’s traveling high wire act. Nope. What about up there underneath the hatbox Dorothy gave me when I helped her clean out her garage? Nope. Surely there’s one behind the dryer! Boxes are always falling back there. Nope.
That was Saturday. A person can only do so much searching before they begin to feel discouraged and a little annoyed. I mean I know good and well there were plenty of boxes in that garage last week. Someone is going to get blamed for this. Blaming others always makes me feel better about most situations. On Sunday more ransacking. I found a box wedged in between a couple of suitcases. So happy!
In the meantime I continue to work in the current book. And dream of Oregon.
JUDY the Wise posted THIS art journaling video over on her blog. Go look it’s exceptionally fabulous!
Then git yourself over HERE and witness the marvelous Dora The Wonder Cat playing piano!
Need more U-tube? Check out THIS cool travel journal from Comfortable Shoes Studio. She has several worthy of your attention.
When will you make a vide? Pages are beautiful, I love looking at the inside edge of a filled (or almost filled) journal -yummy!
You and I both know that wyatt and buck hid the boxes and will blame the missus when the questioning starts. and what can she do? 2 against 1. It’s not in her nature to trick you though. It was the boys and that damned Wimbley helped move the heavy stuff.
patty van dorin says
So finally our journals will meet in person. I sent two off last week. Maybe they will get to be roommates and share the same tent.
If you were driving on your excellent trip up north, I would have been tempted to stow away in the trunk.
I love all the hand images in the journal pages you shared!
Thanks for the dance!!! My head is spinning from all the music and wine!!
I have a broken foot from chasing Luna – and I am taking a break fro m the Moondance – over there – thought I’d help out with the box situation – I ALWAYS have boxes – its that saving thing…
hi Mary Ann!!!!!!
xox – eb.
I was going to go have a bowl of chocolate chip ice cream…but I clicked on your blog…and my craving was satisfied…YUM, I love your art, and the links you pass around the table to share.
(I *heart* Comfortable Shoes Studio…I bought a wooden book cradle that her brother makes in Maine for my journal making!)
Judy Wise says
Wow, that book, those creations, the art just POURS out of you. Love the little tabby things.
And Oregon is dreaming of you too.