Well, this year isn’t starting out exactly as planned! Since my last post:
(1) The microwave went out in the middle of heating Eggplant Parmesan (had to get a new one)
(2) We were without electricity for around 40 hours during a fierce windstorm (did a minor digital detox during, then had to empty/throw away all the food in the fridge and clean it out after power was restored)
(3) The washing machine died last week and I’ve been having to do research and, finally, purchased a washer and dryer (our last pair were bought on the same day, so the dryer could be on its way out too – they were 15-20 years old)

On the positive side:
(1) I managed to create 2 digital mixed media tags
(2) Created more “digital stencils”
(3) Finally finished the digital planner I was working on (after several retakes) – I’ve cut it down to monthly planners as the file was huge!
(4) I’m alive!!!
(5) The Iceland Poppies are still blooming (despite getting the 5h*t kicked out of them during the wind storm)

Where Will You Fly
Tag 1 – Where Will You Fly
Fly Higher Than Your Dreams
Tag 2 – Fly Higher Than Your Dreams

4 of the new digital stencils I created, minus the new ones I made after taking this screenshot.

Digital Stencils

Thank you very much for visiting. Stay safe and healthy.

4 thoughts on “Digital Mixed Media Tags

    1. 🤪 No, I never read “The Girl Who Ate Everything”…never even heard of it. Since I’m a vegetarian all I could eat were the salads I bought, all the meat and Mayo, etc. for my partner had to be thrown out as it was warm. Besides which I’ve been losing weight & working out at home since last March and am not about to put it all back on. (please don’t take any of this seriously, Mike…just giving you a hard time) 🤪 To be serious though, it did show me flaws in my shopping and preparedness – I now have emergency food set aside for me that can be cooked on the stove, I got one of those flame lighters (for lighting the stove), also just recently picked up a solar charger for charging my phone, watch, and iPad; I do have a battery backup, but without electricity it might as well be a brick – luckily we have plenty of sunshine!

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