Tag Archives: pen and ink

About Those Mis-Takes

The banner on this blog is a mistake, an accident. I was attempting to do pen and ink sketching in nature. I was somewhere in my mid-forties and wanted to learn some of the things I hadn’t while in high … Continue reading

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The Task of Sorting

Yes, I am still sorting. In her book, Women Who Run With The Wolves, Clarissa Pinkola Estes writes that the task of sorting (separating this from that), is essential to the process of development and healing of the human psyche, … Continue reading

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Story of a Doodle

Several years ago, I became interested in color and lines. Began creating what I called doodles, for lack of a better term. I bought some Sharpie colored pens and started playing, using repeat patterns, then mixing them up. They turned … Continue reading

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Daily Stone #26

Winter’s chill has come early to bones still dreaming of summer’s heat, brrrr. Elizabeth Crawford  10/31/11 Announcement: This will be the last of the daily stones for a while. I will be participating in the November PAD Challenge (Poem A … Continue reading

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Daily Stone #23

Each and every day is made better by a moment of stillness, of simple breath taken in then slowly released. Elizabeth Crawford  10/28/11  

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Daily Stone #8

Sometimes there is a surprising beauty to be found in shadows. Elizabeth Crawford  10/8/11  

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Daily Stone #7

Taking time to make one daily observation, is like harvesting a piece of self for the future. Elizabeth Crawford  10/7/11  

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