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Noreen Crone-Findlay talks about the crafts she loves with her friend, Tottie Tomato. They'll be sharing tutorials, how to's and step by steps for spool knitting, crochet, doll making, small loom weaving, wood working, paper crafts and all manner of other fun crafts. This is a family friendly blog.
Random musings, observations and thoughts from inside a VW camper van.
Poetry. Art. Book Reviews.
a forum for the study of the materialism and ontology of finance
Written Thoughts are unlocked Treasures of the mind...
Welcome to the Feline World of Nera, Tabby and Fluffy
Observations and views from a different set of eyes
Advice on Writing, Publishing, and Book Promotion
An Artist's Eyes Never Rest
A Blog of Books and Literature
wāhine on the go
Poetry ~ Waka
Carpe Diem's Tanka Splendor is part of the Carpe Diem Haiku Family. It's a weekly tanka-meme in which you can write and share tanka inspired on a given prompt every Saturday (mostlty, sometimes it will be on another day).
Haiku inspired (mostly) by my walks in and around Eastbourne
Often rough and filled with switchbacks, the road this child of God is traveling Home.
About fantastical places and other stuff
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a happenstance journal
Who, What, When, Where, How & Why
Mindful parenting and modern pagan lifestyle.
Loving the “imitation Japanese” 😉
Thanks … i used to do more haiga last year and I went through a period of trying to write then like a Japanese haiga … as you can see 😉 yeah … ah ..
Like you said …always good to look back. It was a good idea, but the font is difficult. But… Again…. A good idea. 🙂
Oh yes … and if you get too fancy like using cursive or something you can’t read the haiku!