They're here. And they're far more interesting in hand than on screen. Stories began writing themselves with brain fluid the moment I saw them. First touch sent a frisson of excitement from my fingertips to my brain in an unavoidable symbiotic synapse. The impression lingers.
This tracking map is an unexpected pleasure for sure. I've never watched an eclipse. Have you? I always forget to look, never imagining how the temperature might drop. I mention that little bit of newly acquired info out of wonder. It stands to reason that it would, because the sun brings not only light, which is warmth, and I also understand how the ancients feared the sun's loss after a sudden disappearance. I wonder if there's ever been a series of postage stamps featuring the moon's phases.
Had these come a day earlier the first of the twenty would have graced last night's envelope. Too late, JC mailed last night's conversations today. I set out to write/respond to as many "duly noteds" as my law allowed. Or, let's just say I was in a letter-writing state of mind last night. A headache cut short my aspirations . . . Computer glasses are in my very near future.
I know Debbie's as an etegami artist but we know artists wear many different hats, don't we? Debbie donned a new bonnet, and she wears it rather well. Have you tried etegami? Reciprocity is a fun artistic exercise. Try it, then show us your stuff. Way to go, Debbie. You've inspired me to try my hand at creating a tribe of my own stamp people. Non-etegami though. Thanks for sharing.