Comingled linkity of great messiness

Getting paged for work really ate up my evening and my linkity making time, so I’m cranky and going to see how much linkity I can manage in 15-30 minutes. Ready. Set. Go.

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  • Look! Up in the sky!

“…zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…” -Chaos

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Art Journaling Monday!

Welcome back to Art Journaling Monday! 🙂


“…zzzzzzzzzzzzzz…” -Mayhem

She’s hunched over the knee support on my chaise. It doesn’t look comfortable to me, but…

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Linkity enjoys the breeze from the briefly open windows

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The Creative License: Giving Yourself Permission to Be the Artist You Truly Are by Danny Gregory. While I didn’t always agree with the author, it was a good, thought-provoking book on using drawing to bring more creativity to all aspects of your life. It definitely got me thinking and writing about some deeper things.
Creative Pilgrimage: An Exploration of Artful Gatherings and Discovery of Innovative Art Techniques by Jenny Doh. Ok but very repetitive overview of various instructors from mixed media art retreats. Not something I’ll bother rereading or referring to again.


I recently bought a magnet for my refrigerator and it perfectly sums up how Chaos greets visitors…

“I am Chaos and I approve of this message!!!” -Chaos

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Art Journaling Monday!

Welcome back to Art Journaling Monday! 🙂


“I do not want to be awake right now.” -Chaos

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In which linkity returns!

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The Best of Down Goes Brown: Greatest Hits and Brand New Classics-to-Be from Hockey’s Most Hilarious Blog by Sean McIndoe. Good collection of humorous hockey writing – unfortunately, it really doesn’t stand the test of time (six years) that well.
The Jargoon Pard by Andre Norton. I loved this book as a preteen and it stood up pretty well to the reread. I did get annoyed with the sort of formal, tangly language at times – obviously preteen me was a more forgiving reader. 🙂 (Confession: I was too lazy to go dig this out of my under-bed storage, so I just checked the ebook out of the library from the comfort of my purple chaise instead…)


*thlurrrrp* -Chaos

*purrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr* -Mayhem

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