A day at the Coffee House for the demo
9 x 11" Sketchbook - wc and ink
A nice day sketching and doing Zentangle® at the Great Northern Coffee House in Minocqua, WI. The owner of the store bought the little sketch...which was nice. I didn't sell any other art that day but the art will remain hanging until Oct 11 so I am hopeful! And the big "Beef-o-Rama" event comes during this time (Sept 30). So lots of people in town that weekend.
Here at the cabin I am now falling into what call "the Limbo days". Being "in limbo" for the last 20 days between being home here and packing for home in Florida. It's an annual event.
We got happy news Sunday that our power was finally restored. BUT we also got word that Hurricane Maria is making disturbing progress in our direction. This seems like kicking someone who has already fallen down, don't you think? Please pray that this hurricane veers out into the Atlantic.
Incidentally I looked up the phrase "in limbo":
An intermediate or transitional state, as in After his editor left the firm, his book was in limbo. [ Early 1600s ] Both usages allude to the theological meaning of limbo, that is, a place outside hell and heaven to which unbaptized infants and the righteous who died before Christ's coming were traditionally consigned.
I had no idea about this being a "place for unbaptized folks and folks who were born before Christ". Think I will change the term to something else a bit more mild like "in transition" or "feeling homeless" or "A bit detached" or ...any other ideas?