Remember when I told you that last week’s Tangled Tuesday post was going to be a little sparse? HA! You really haven’t seen “sparse” until you’ve read today’s post – because I’m afraid I had a very unproductive tangling week, so I come to you with little to share.
I’d intended to get lots done on the weekend, but had a flareup of a fairly minor (but still extremely irritating) skin issue I’ve been dealing with for a few months now, and all the energy my body and brain was throwing at trying to heal it totally drained me. Seriously – I feel as though I slept most of the weekend away! (I know – that sounds awfully wimpy of me, doesn’t it? When people are dealing with horrible illnesses every day and still get on with their lives? But there you have it.)
So I have no tangling goodies to share… I didn’t learn a single new tangle (though I did bookmark a few from TanglePatterns.com that I’d like to try next)… and I didn’t even touch R in my alphabet series (let alone start S and T, which were both on my To Do List).
I did, however, complete one small project before the Weekend-O-Sleep happened – a bookmark to be sent to a generous sponsor via GoFundMe. I’m quite pleased with how it turned out, and I hope she likes it as well!
And that’s about it. Here’s hoping the coming week will be better! I promise, there WILL be more interesting Tangled Tuesday posts to follow at SOME point… so please stick with me!
Previous posts in this series are all tagged Tangled Tuesday.
For background on how I discovered and got involved in Zentangle, and links to further information and resources, check out my blog post For the love of tangling.
You can browse my entire tangle gallery at Ten Thousand Tangles.
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