I started this week thinking I would do at least one page a day.
(Can you guess what I’m about to say next?)
I did one page last Saturday.
And then I did two more tonight.
The rest of the week was a blur. Where did it go?
I did learn something this week, though. I need to find some better lighting when I take pictures of my pages.
What you see below was my best effort at correcting for the poor lighting. *sigh*
Up first, my page from last Saturday: Coffee!
Apparently I am a coffee fiend, because not-very-much coffee was used on that page, yet it was hard to “waste” it by pouring it out onto the page.
On the bright side, I didn’t feel compelled to let it drip off the page into my mouth. So I’m not that big of a fiend.
Next up: Bite me!
Biting on paper kind of gives me the heebie jeebies. It’s got a certain grittiness that I don’t enjoy.
(Random memory triggered by this page – I went to elementary school with someone who loved eating paper. To each her own.)
Last one for this week: the Hand with the Day-Glo Aura!
I like working with oil pastels (like grown-up crayons!), but they are pretty messy – especially the red one. Don’t wear light colors when your playing with pastels. You’ve been warned.
General noticings about my pages
My Inner Critic has been fairly quiet for these pages.
But there was a whisper or three, mainly reminders about some tweets I’ve seen about over-the-top WTJ pages. Like with firecrackers.
But I guess the lesson this week for me (aside from needing better lighting) is about being okay with where *I* am. The fact that I signed up for this project was a big step in and of itself.
And then managing to post on my progress two weeks in a row? Huge. (I’ve got some consistency issues.)
So I’m just going to give myself a round of applause for making it this far.
Until next week, Happy Wrecking!