The Reaper Never Sleeps
Another page in the ‘sleepless’ molie, this one involving the July theme challenge.
Bright Green Mint Tea Pours Itself Into the Wee Hours of the Morning
A collage of mint tea wrappers in the ‘sleepless’ molie.
Wide Open Night Sky Whispers of Dreams that Could be Mine
Another ‘sleepless’ page, this one of the possibilities just out of reach when insomnia calls. Done in light blue gel ink and prismacolor colored pencils.
Cybele’s Cauldron Bubbles in the Blue Veil of the Night
Another page in the ‘sleepless’ moleskine; this one about some of the mysteries that linger on in the hours after midnight.
Jasmine Tea Keeps Me Company in the Watches of the Night
My sister surprised me with a gift of a tea pot that is half transparent and very cute (it came with loose tea tied in such a way that it blossoms into a flower when hot water is poured over it). I couldn’t resist trying it out this evening and I enjoyed the delicate jasmine tea in a mug my husband and I picked up at a bed and breakfast in Julian, California.
Sometimes I doodle things in places other than my moleskine (in the margins of notebooks, along the sides and bottom of meeting notes, on scratch paper, etc.) and then forget about them for a while. In this case, I came across these stray pieces and decided to combine them in a collage in my molie.
Harvest Time II
Following close on my first page for this month’s theme challenge, this one popped up. The scythe and the stalk of wheat are some of my favorite pieces of iconography associated with harvest time and they show up here together, along with a waning crescent moon.