|The Last Day of Christmas|
To celebrate the twelfth day of Christmas I bought fresh flowers, red mini carnations and parrot tulips. Carnations are January's birth flower. I was hoping to find full sized carnations for a drawing study but my local grocery store florist didn't have any.
We also blessed our homed with blessed chalk by writing "20+C+M+B+15" on the door frame, as seen here in this list of epiphany prayers put together by my friend Mrs. Webb a few years ago.
|Blessed Chalk and a selection of prayers kept in a ziploc bag in my kitchen drawer.|
I'm working on a new drawing with the theme of January, which might turn into a calendar page.
|I went from this to a piece of watercolor paper. I should finish it today and will share it later.|
|I think it needs a darker border or something to finish it off. Not sure still.|
|Taped to the wall for a new perspective and further thought.|
One of my most important resolutions for 2015 is
"Draw More, Write More."
Today I'm planning to put together a more organized daily journal notebook (inspired by Dawn at By Sun and Candlelight) to keep my ideas in one place. I have lots of random spiral notebooks that I hate to throw away since I've written good things I them, but I can never find anything again without spending a lot of time searching through every page. I want to be more deliberate and more organized about my writing and drawing this year, this seems like a good way to do it.