The Weekly Penny Positive

Since I’ve been housebound the last couple of weeks with a weird cold/flu combo, I’ve had to follow this axiom—looking forward to my Art Journal Round Robin Group starting up again next month, letting the banter and good writing of all 12 seasons of “Bones” counteract the bathroom-bound moments, the simple joy of a Jello cup, Emmett’s cat-psychic move to sleeping on my bed instead of under his blanket, falling asleep on my bed while arting.

Yesterday I was able to keep down (in?) Minute Rice cooked in chicken broth, so today I’ll chance foraging for Fresca and Kleenex.  The sun hides behind clouds this morning, but I’ll bring my Light with me.

 

The Weekly Penny Positive

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The Weekly Penny Positive

My thanks to everyone who adopted my art orphans.  A total of 77 homeless urchins found new homes.

 

Orphan Grab Bag

I’m having my first ever sorta-sale at SandySue Altered!

Purchase 4 items and receive up to 7 items that have gone too long without a home.  AND get free shipping.  One bag of Orphans per order.  This will continue until all my little urchins are adopted.

Etsy isn’t very user-friendly, so just place an order and I’ll do the rest.

The Weekly Penny Positive


It’s hard to tell that this little guy is wearing a pepperoni hat.  Sometimes my hats work, sometimes not.  I’m content with the average.

From My Family to Yours

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The Weekly Penny Positive

I made this for a friend whose Leo energy needed a boost. Made me think Astrology Penny Positives might be my next adventure!

Just Feeling it This Morning

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The Weekly Penny Positive

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The Weekly Penny Positive

(It was fun stuffing the fluff in their ears)

A friend posted an idea on Facebook that I’m absolutely doing.  Scribble a little note about something GOOD that happened once a week and stick it in a jar.  At the end of the year (or anytime needed), you can fish out positive proof of a better life than your brain paints (well, at least my brain).  I love this idea for so many reasons—to fill in the holes of my Swiss cheese memory, to counter the bipolar negativity, to help me start LOOKING for the good stuff (it happens more than once a week), and for the oodles of art journal pages that might be inspired.

I started immediately, cutting up all the old papers that I don’t use anymore, and dropping in recent miracles I don’t want to forget.

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