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Oola Grow

Oola Molygon — and Mom!

Greetings Zentangle and Oily friends! First, a definition – Oola is a state of awesomeness. It’s living a life that is balanced and growing in seven key areas of health and well-being. It’s unlocking the potential for greatness that lies within each of us. It’s finding true purpose and meaning for your life. I started […]

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Zentangle classes 

Another AWESOME class at the Lansdale Public Library last night. Zentangle truly draws (no pun intended) the best people. Whether or not you think of yourself as an artist, you CAN do this and find relief from stress and anxiety. Classes are the first Wednesday of each month at 7 PM. Next class is May […]

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For Dusty

For Dusty… This week I’ve been exceptionally sad. One of my kitties, Dusty, passed away at the respectable age of 15. Actually, the experience was slightly more traumatic than it had to be, but not as horrible as it could have been. We’d gone “down the shore” (that’s “to the beach” to those not in […]

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The Energy of a Group

The Energy of a Group Last night I taught my second of twelve classes at the Lansdale Public Library courtesy of a grant from the local hospital’s commitment to mental wellness. I loved the first class I did, and I double-loved last night’s class. There are just no words to describe how some groups have […]

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Paradoxically Zenith

Challenges, Zentangle Classes, and New Job

My head is spinning. Almost literally. I’ve finally completed a weekly challenge (more on that below) while preparing for my second large class at the Lansdale Library tonight. This may not have been such a challenge except that I’ll have returning students getting black tile kits and new students getting standard kits, but teaching everyone […]

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This week, *I* am the diva!

This week, *I* am the diva! This week’s weekly challenge on Laura Harms’ I am the Diva site is…MINE! I was lucky enough to have an opportunity to do a guest blog and challenge. THANK YOU to Laura for the opportunity and to all who participate! Because participating in the challenge is important to me, I […]

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Hayden is still fighting and her parents are still very much needing prayers and love sent her way. The outpouring of love via #ArtForHayden on Instagram and Twitter and Zentangle Prayers for Hayden on Facebook has been humbling, to say the least. Dozens of people have posted artwork of all media (not just Zentangle) and […]

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