It’s been really quiet here as I’ve switched my focus from writing to learning to draw. (Somehow the same creative muscles seem to be involved in both, and lately, learning to get things down visually has captured my interest.)
However, there is a writing project that I’ve been working on since 2014—a sequel to my biblical fiction, Destiny’s Hands. It’s finally finished. I wrote “The End” sometime this spring and for the last few weeks have been primping it. Yesterday I sent it off into the world on its first outing. Whether it ever goes farther than a file on my computer remains to be seen. But I feel wonderful having completed it to this point!
The drawing above is the sketch journal entry I drew yesterday in honour of being done!
Here are the sidewalk work directions that inspired my sketch. (How serendipitous, I thought, to run into that bit of graffiti just at the time I was at the “END” of my project.)