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    Tuesday
    May082012

    The Rhodia Journal Swap #3

    “Sometimes," Jem said, "our lives can change so fast that the change outpaces our minds and hearts. It's those times, I think, when our lives have altered but we still long for the time before everything was altered-- that is when we feel the greatest pain. I can tell you, though, from experience, you grow accustomed to it. You learn to live your new life, and you can't imagine, or even really remember, how things were before.”
    Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Angel

    A contour drawing of an empty olive jar on our counter, from slightly above. The opening should be more of an oval.

    Twenty-six (26) things you can do in your journal.

    contour drawings of every day things, a pretty good drawing day

    corduroy carpet chaos mandala {my daughter named it}

    this was not the best drawing day

    There are 12 Rhodia webbie journals traveling around the states, and 12 folks are diligently filling in the pages of the journals with all sorts of creative fodder. Here's my third series of pages, the third journal in the swap.

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