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    Yeah there is so much to think about with this - I am used to just drawing and then putting my sketch book away again!! The only thing with living in the back and beyond of no where is that our post is sooooo slow. It's stressing me out being late for stuff I ordered that I need!!

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    What incredible talent you have! I've had a go at zentangle (it's very absorbing and a good distraction) but have a long way to go to produce anything like your's. I'm much better behind a camera but have let that slide these past few months.

    Well done, I hope they sell well.

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    Aw thank you! I love taking pictures too, when I'm away somewhere I've constantly got my camera out! You should definitely get your camera back out, it's really rewarding getting a well framed photo!

    Zentangle is very absorbing. In fact, I was bored at work one day so started doodling, and my boss asked me what I was doing. I thought I was about to get told to stop it, but he started telling me about Zentangle and that was just like it. I've just doodled like this for years and I had no idea it was an actual art form and so popular!!

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    I just wanted to say that I'm delighted with my print-Kimberley is very talented!

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    Thanks Pulisa!

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    Re: Recovering through art

    Quote Originally Posted by pulisa View Post
    I just wanted to say that I'm delighted with my print-Kimberley is very talented!
    What a lovely post

    Kimberley I looked at your pictures they are lovely

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    Thanks KeeKee

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    I see you've sold another print Kimberley

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    Yeah I was really excited when I woke up this morning and saw that!

    Do you have anything to do with that??

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