Wevuz fever. She was tired of being grounded because of the illness. She never should have gone to the liquid planet. But watching the merfolk swim, with their beautiful coloring fascinated her. It was the height of tourist season while she was there. So many beings from so many strange places, all sharing the pathogens from their home worlds. Something was bound to happen. Zentangle drawn on Strathmore Vellum Bristol using a black, Micron pen.

Giving thanks. I have so many things to be thankful for this year, it would make a very long post to list them all. So I am going to tell you that I am grateful for my wonderful husband, beautiful daughters, and fabulous grandchildren. I am thankful for my good health and good life. I also am very thankful that I discovered Eni Oken. She is a fabulous artist that shares herself, her talent and her knowledge with others.

In-between. It’s what lies between that makes the difference. This is actually a Monotangle, meaning only one tangle pattern was used on the entire tile. I normally post Monotangles on Mondays, but I had something special to post yesterday, so this is being posted on Tuesday, instead. I chose African Artist because it is a pattern that has been difficult for me to execute. For one thing, sometimes I get the little portions going in the wrong direction.