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Sunday in Portland

Portland, Oregon; Sunday 22 October: We left Portland on Sunday morning. But not before getting some doughnuts from the famous Portland bakery, VooDoo doughnuts. Himself wanted to try the bacon maple one. I chose a bismark like filled one. And … Continue reading

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More Funko

A friend likes the character Maleficent so I decided to make this Funko version today’s sketch.  Done from my photo of the oversized figure outside the building. First I completed it in ink and then I colored it.

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Waiting

Arrived at clinic early for Himself’s follow up appointment.  I had time for a couple sketches in my small book. All is well with the check up.

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A day of CEU’s

I recently decided to keep earning Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) for my license. When I next have to report my CEU’s upon license renewal, I’ll be closer to 70 years old than 60. I haven’t worked under my license since … Continue reading

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Dancing Lines Saturday

We met at Seattle Center for our first day of instruction in the Dancing Lines workshop. My subset spent the morning with Melanie Reim.  I learned how better to use my brush pen! She emphasized making a plan with a … Continue reading

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Deeper than the Titanic

Early this morning I took some things to the Museum of Flight. They asked for a number of recycled items that will be used in their camps this summer. Since I was there an hour before Museum opening time, I … Continue reading

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Finally inside 85°C

The newest outlet of the famous Taiwanese bakery, 85°C Bakery Café, opened in Southcenter mall in March. I’ve wanted to sketch inside since then. Every Monday I do some errands in that area and I check but the lines have … Continue reading

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View from the 7th floor

This is a private office building… so private that the elevators require a key card. But on the 7th floor is a public patio, accessible by a specific elevator. It offers 180 degree plus views of downtown Seattle from a … Continue reading

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Lest we forget…..

The day before Memorial Day – In remembrance of our war dead and their families…… Though I never want to deal the crowds on Memorial Day itself, for the past few years I have visited Tahoma National Cemetery in the … Continue reading

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Warm and sunny Folklife

Folklife is one of Seattle’s well known festivals and is held over Memorial Day weekend.  Through 46 years it has remained free of charge.  It completely covers the acres and acres of the Seattle Center complex (site of the World’s … Continue reading

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