previous post to understand what I’m doing… drawing and writing via Thesaurus.
nonexistence of the physical body when we die is just that... but really, we live on forever.
food for thought: “Into the darkness they go,
the wise and the lovely.”—Millay
have been inspired ever since I took a workshop by Brother Brian. He has one coming up on May 10 (however, I have other plans – as do some
of my other writer buddies who are going to see Sioux perform in Listen To Your Mother), but if there’s someone out there who is interested, check out Brother Brian’s blog post.
my friend was moving, we hauled a tub full of books into the van before my
husband could notice. Most of the books, I ended up giving to Goodwill. I took
out the Thesaurus just because it was old and I liked it.
wasn’t sure what I was going to do with it. Then this sketching/journaling Ring
in Spring happened and although there’s an endless supply of things to draw, I
have to have some sort of focus or I end up looking/daydreaming at every single
thing… and can’t decide. I walked past this Thesaurus and thought, that’s what
I’ll do. I’ll take a page a day, glue it in my journal and then draw and write
something about that word. I’ll feed both writing and drawing. How genius.
when I started looking at the book, I couldn’t tear out the pages, so I’ll be
taking a picture of them. The book’s seventh printing was September 1951.
Previous editions started in 1911. I just couldn’t ruin it.
start from the beginning, which isn’t necessarily in alphabetically order the
way this book is designed, and I will pick out a word from all the definitions
to draw because hey, how can you draw this word….
maybe I should try…
My existence is sometimes a
food for thought:“Facts do not cease to exist because they are