dinsdag 21 november 2017

A waiting room tile

And .... a duotangle of Paradox and Bunzo it is this week.
I LOVE Paradox, but Bunzo is one I don't use very often. Why? No idea.

Yesterday I had absolutely no time for the challenge because of two reasons: My daughter who was here (in The Netherlands) for the birthday of her brother) came to us for only 24 hours, so I wanted to use every minute of that precious time. But .... Kees had an appointment with a hand surgeon in the afternoon. That was the only possibility before the end of December and he has so much pain from a triggerfinger that we 'took' it. So, my daughter just arrived and we went off to the hospital. We knew that an operation was the next step and were expecting that happening weeks from now. But the assistant said there was a place this morning and we just had to take that.
So, more time lost from being with my daughter.
The operation was done quite quick and at 10.30 am we were home again.
Kees has a lot of pain now and I hope it will be better by tomorrow. And, hopefully after healing he will be able to use the hand again.

So, you understand that I had no time for tangling except from the time sitting in the waiting room. I used a tile cut from beautiful paper I bought some time ago, but the scan doesn't show the beauty, it looks like there are some stains in it.
I just started with Paradox in the corners and once again the wonder of Zentangle occurred.
Just concentrating on the small part I was doing and only after finishing that part, deciding what to do next, my tile grew and grew and then I looked at the result and was very happy with it.

Tonight at home I did some shading and I still love it.

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment; I do appreciate that a lot. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed be!

10 opmerkingen:

  1. This is a lovely tile! I love how your paradox floats around your tile!

  2. I love your tile and that paper really adds to it. I hope Kees is recovering well. Hugs to you;-)

  3. Wow, dit is echt een prachtige tile Annemarie, de compositie is geweldig!
    Ik vond het een lastige. Knap ook dat je in de wachtkamer hebt kunnen werken.
    Ik hoop dat het met Kees steeds beter gaat, beterschap gewenst!

  4. I like your tile : drawing and paper too !

  5. I'm surprised you had any time to tangle at all! At least your daughter was there for a visit and all went well. I hope Kees is feeling better soon! :)

  6. It's wonderful that you can tangle such a beautiful tile while waiting.

  7. Lovely tile. I can see that the paper is just as lovely. I am glad your daughter was able to visit and best wishes to Kees. I hope he recovers quickly.

  8. I love the open spaces and the beautiful textures of your tile. I’m happy that you had a visit from your daughter, and that Kees was able to get this surgery quickly. Trigger finger is very painful, and annoying. I hope that he is soon pain-free. Thank you for your kind words on my blog. It meant a lot to me. Blessings and peace!