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    « rather laugh with the sinners | Main | nano day 8 »
    Tuesday
    Nov092010

    Morning Light

     9x12" loose art journal page, back cover of a Strathmore pad

    you can use the heavy cardboard back cover of a watercolor or drawing pad for an art journal page!

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    massive headache last night as i cleaned up the table from journaling chaos

    feeling much better, thank you for the sweet comments!

    the microwave is broken ($431 to repair, time for a new one)

    the honda is in the driveway with a flat tire

    the toaster broke

    i like the new character on House (13's replacement)

    Ken Robinson's latest talk on Changing Education Paradigms (via Marvelous Kiddo) is illustrated, and brilliant. Eloquently stated. His talks are unfortunately without specific suggestions on HOW to implement a new model. I found the points about meds for ADHD and the weight placed on standardized tests interesting.

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    {NaNoJouMo #8 2010}

    {More AEDM + NANOJOUMO creations for 2010}

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    Reader Comments (4)

    Beautiful! You are so inspiring! Thank you.

    11.9.2010 | Unregistered CommentersYda

    O my, you sure are having an interesting day! I like this mixed media piece. The weight of it is really nice, different. Glad you are feeling better, hope the rest can be said for your "machines".
    Peace~
    Dawn

    11.9.2010 | Unregistered CommenterDawn

    Syda and Dawn, Thank you for the sweet words... yes even i am surprised at the simplicity... and i really like it!

    ~ Tammy

    11.9.2010 | Registered Commentergypsy

    Thanks for sharing the link to that video on education! I reposted it as it was thought provoking. I liked what he said about the arts, too!

    11.9.2010 | Unregistered CommenterTiffani

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