Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Tangled up in Zen...

A friend of mine I never knew suddenly appeared in my life...Cuzin of a cuzin she is and a sweetheart at that...For me it was an instant click...The phone rang, "meet me for breakfast in 30 minutes", this family stranger said...For some reason I jumped at the chance...I'm glad i did...

She has me tangled up in zen...Take a look...It's the weekly tangle #74 and I've only been tangling for a few days...I think i will never stop...


Thank you Cuzin of a Cuzin... :)

10 comments:

Alice said...

and it looks wonderful! funny how quick you get hooked :) i look forward to seeing more of your work in the future :)

Jennifer C. said...

Very nice.

ledenzer said...

Circular and eccentric....a slam dunk!

Eileen said...

thanks everyone...a new way of creation i never thought i could touch...loving the zen...

Susan said...

Welcome! It is addictive for sure. Love what you have done here. It will be fun seeing more of your work!

dale said...

Dear new cuzin from another cuzin with a different Mother, you are amazing....we are going to be best friends for life and then some!!!!

Love Dale the Coola Doula!

dale said...

I have a new playmate who can actually keep up with my creative juices and can teach me a thing or two. I love the sharing we have together with out feeling competive. Nuttin like it for sure.

Eileen said...

hey dale...welcome to my blog...i'm glad you stopped by...cuz...

i love the sharing too...it's all good and i have a surprise for you!...

Amma said...

You certainly caught on quickly - super tile!

Lisa Richards said...

What a wonderful story! You're a natural at tangling. Keep having lots of fun!

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