My Opinion on Today

Posted by on Jan 31, 2014 in Blog, Tiles, ZIAs | 0 comments

My Opinion on Today

Cheers, K2

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Ask Not For Whom The Bell Tolled.

Posted by on Jan 26, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

It tolled for my computer. I’m now missing every single email address in my The Path Untangled email address book as well as all my old emails. If you are waiting for a response from me, please, please email me at kelley (at) thepathuntangled (dot) com. And, if you’d like to join my newsletter email list, please email me as well to get first notice of new classes, shows, events, and other Zentangle-y goodness! Cheers, K2, the down but not quite yet defeated!

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A quick second chance!

Posted by on Jan 22, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Anyone who would like to pick up the Intro to Zentangle class series with the second two classes (i.e., anyone joining us from either of the Newington library classes!) is welcome to! The remaining classes are 1/25 and 2/8 from 10:30 a.m. to noon in Newington and the cost will be just $35 plus $7 in materials. Email me at kelley (at) thepathuntangled (dot) com if you’re interested! Cheers, K2 P.S.  The Journals workshop is coming up soon too – consider joining us 2/1!

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Great Class Tonight!

Posted by on Jan 16, 2014 in Blog, Student Work, Tiles | 0 comments

Great Class Tonight!

Had a wonderful time sharing Zentangle at the Newington Library tonight. Thanks for letting me spend some time with you, folks!! Cheers, K2

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New Year’s Challenge: Journaling

Posted by on Jan 12, 2014 in Blog, Tiles, Waxing Eloquent, ZIAs | 12 comments

New Year’s Challenge:  Journaling

Ok, maybe I’m having a midlife crisis, or maybe it’s just that I think life in the static leads to becoming old early — an aside on that:  I firmly believe that, while we have no choice over aging physically and becoming elderly eventually God willing, we are fully in control over whether we get old — at any rate, my word for the new year is “stretch”.   I’ve been thinking lately how easy it is to fall into those ruts and, sooner or later, the ruts in the mud solidify into stone making escaping  then that much more difficult.  So, the word is...

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