A November Page


The sketchbook travels with me – everywhere! – even to my anniversary dinner with Greg. (He doesn’t mind; in fact, he always has a little drawing pad in his pocket.) This allows for very quick, small, vignettes that I find interesting, such as the tie-tying demo we witnessed while having coffee recently, the pots and pans above the chef station at a local diner, or those long minutes waiting for the doctor to arrive.


2 thoughts on “A November Page

  1. You know I’ve always loved that you do this and that it and you are so intertwined. Truly every part of you is in it. I’ve always admired you for your persistence in keeping the journals going always!–it’s a great inspiration to me. (and happy anniversary!) much love

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