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Journal 21–Complete

I finished Journal 21, one of the books I made using the French Link Stitch.

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Prompt–Sunday, March 25

Put something on your hands and go about your normal day. Like a sticker or ink from a fountain pen. Write about it. Fingers can wear cloaks to protect them from cold with the palm as a hat keeping out the breeze. I look down and see there’s spilled ink in the streets, tears for …

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The end of Poetry Project #2

Today marks the end of my poetry project on hands, which expanded into the body during the first week. The poetry projects have been a fascinating and great exercise. I think I’ll keep doing it. But this time, I won’t limit myself to two weeks. I’ll work with fear until I feel ready to move …

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A well-balanced meal

I made fried chicken for the first time today. And of course I had to have green bean casserole and sweet potato casserole. Thanksgiving in February. The poetry project on hands is going well. Funnily enough I’ve injured my hands every day of the project including but not limited to: scratches, bruises, burns. I have also sliced my finger …

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Lily Blooms and All

The lily bloomed. I made sourdough. And crocheted a wine bottle cozy–my first ever. With less than a week left for the poetry project, I’ve been able to write a poem a day about the bracelets. It has been an interesting project to work on every day. I think my next two-week poem-a-day project will be about hands. I …

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