Tea (or coffee) and a muffin~
joining up with Elizabeth and friends
for T Tuesday...
sharing the doodles and drawings
in my Hobonichi Techo planner/diary/
(Click on any image to enlarge)
I confess...I play a lot of 'catching up...'
in this journal.
When you are over 60, do Zumba
with caution! But it's so fun...
I don't usually shop for myself in the
men's department, but I had been wanting
a pair of cargo pants to wear for hiking.
Marked down to $5...couldn't pass it up!
And perfect to wear to the Ohio State Fair
the next day...
It's a tradition at the State Fair to have the
Butter Cow sculpture every year. It's been
going on since the early 1900's. The Butter
Cow is kept in a big cooler in the Dairy Barn,
with glass doors so it can easily be viewed.
The cooler is kept at about 45 degrees.
It was about 90 degrees outside at the
fairgrounds the day we visited!
And this is the current condition of
the next two pages in my Techo...lest
you think I am always current!!
Keeping an illustrated journal does encourage
me to look at my day in a creative way...
and to try to think of something positive
that came out of it. I think focusing on the
positive makes one a happier person.
What do you think?
Supplies used in my Hobonichi Techo:
vintage wallpaper, assorted pens, highlighters, watercolor pencils,
water brush, Sharpie pen, Washi tape, painted papers, stickers, Tacky glue.