It's not what you gather, but what you scatter that tells what kind of life you have lived. Helen Walton

Friday, March 3, 2017

Open House


Yesterday I was holding an "open house" and no one came (every realtor's nightmare)
So I had the manila file folder and a ball point pen and my duo tangle just grew, and grew and grew.
Those two hours flew by and I really wasn't that disappointed that no one came.
I kept my self entertained.

10 comments:

  1. Luckily we can see your beautiful drawing. I really love it.
    Happy PPF and weekend xx

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  2. Your tangle is gorgeous and makes up for a disappointing event (non-event). With a scrap of paper and a pen, we can always fill up 2 hours productively. Right? Thanks for your remarks about my weathered posts. I thought it was a boring subject until I added the twisted rusty wire. I appreciate your comment.

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  3. Lovely! Your zentangle is so pretty. It's a great way to fill up a couple of waiting hours :)

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  4. It's a beautiful piece, so sorry about the open house though.

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  5. So, it's proven again: zentangle does help you overcome time and disappointment. The zia is beautiful.

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  6. Great variation in the sizes of the tangles... It creates such a pleasing composition to look at. Beautifully done!

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  7. terrific pentangle.I should get out the microns and do one, I miss the exactness of them but haven't taken the time for such a long while. thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  8. Wonderful composition! Love it!

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  9. What beautiful practical art! What will you put in that file? Something special I hope!

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  10. Your tangle is beautiful! What a heartbreak about the open house! My son is a realtor and always has a "spread" and beverages and it is disappointing if very few show up.!

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