A quiet place to relax and take a peek at some thoughts and images from my studio and farm. Hopefully you will find something to amuse you. Please leave a comment if it is worth your time.
A seven-crow story -- I can't wait. I have many crow stories, some really about me, others really about them. They accompany me a lot.
Hi Jan. You've been doing some extensive journaling and it looks like you've enjoyed it. I find it really interesting seeing what people draw/paint in journals.Your Valentine heart tags are sweet ~ you are so thoughtful, always making things for others. Happy Valentine's Day, my friend.♥♥♥
Love 'em All!!Happy Valentines Day!!Marilyn
Jan, I like this,Thanks
I can hardly see you as a creep...you create works of color and pure creation. Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart
Hi Jan,I love your journal pages!!Sometimes I feel all of those things in one day!!Your heart tags are great!!!Hugs to you,Susanxxoo
Love the pages Jan!!!! And love talking at you too ;)
I'm finding your journal pages fascinating Jan. Love the valentine tags.
I really enjoy seeing your journal pages. I think what I like most about your work is the way you use color. The tote bag you made for me is so full of life from the different fabrics and all of the colors you combined to make it. I wish I could make as bold of choices when I create. Have fun journaling.
hi, jan :) it's been a while. as always, i love what you create. you have such a way with textures, colors and images. love the journaling!
Love your journal! So colorful and interesting!
Hi Jan, I've wanted to share this with you about the meaning of crows I found in the book list below.1 crow stands for- regrets2 crows-Happiness 3 crows- Pure love4 crows-gifts5 crows-received riches.6 crows difficulties7 crows- bad luck8 crows- journey9 crows- Secrets10 crows-sorrow11 crows-Sweet12 crows blessings The book is called “Crows” by Heidi Holder. The book is a recreation of an old folklore passed down from her grandfather; sharing the meaning of crows and the number in which you might see them. She shares that the originally folklore was about Magpies.
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