I'm pleased to report that the bulky cast has been replaced with a removable model in fluorescent pink. Pretty outrageous.
It has been the highlight of the week so far. I can't drive, so I can ONLY get into SO much trouble.
These are the results of my creativity the past couple days:
|Based on the tangle choices from|
Last week's IAST
|All Boxed Up|
Grid as String
The Open Road
The last one was a warm-up for the Two by Two. The word of the week is, "Unicorn." I was going to do something snarky about how the unicorns "missed the boat (the ark)" and that's why you don't see any or where Skittles come from, but I chose a different path: Narwhals are the unicorns of the sea and the Zentangle pattern, Narwal, resembles the horn.
The Every Inchie Monday word is, "Spaceship." I quizzed Gil about the difference between rockets (which he has been known to fire up from his home) and spaceships. He said the distinction lies in whether the objects leave our atmosphere and go into orbit or not. So in my journal are some spaceships--one from a child's coloring book, from "Teenagers from Outer Space, 1959--" a classic film if ever there was!, Wallace and Gromit's "A Grand Day Out, 1989," and Marvin, our favorite Martian, just for fun.
Which brings me to the Diva Challenge 258. to use Rautyflex in a sentence (see? I did it!), er, on a tile:
Thanks for stopping by and for all your comments. Best medicine money can't buy! And perhaps consider trying your hand at any of these art challenges? Especially the Two by Two by Tuesday!