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Happy Thanksgiving



This year, I practiced my handlettering skills with excerpts from Psalm 100.


I sketched these in my Moleskine sketchbook, sometimes late at night while with my family.  This explains why I started off with a misspelling!
As Julia Nunes says, "What I lack in accuracy, I make up for in enthusiasm."  :)



Other times, I doodle during church or meetings.




I enjoyed doing research from other artists to see how they portrayed similar concepts of gratitude.


Most of all, this was a wonderful exercise in sketching and in gratefulness.  It's always a good day when you practice mindfulness - especially to remind yourself to count your blessings.



Just for fun, here is Alex singing a song that his Kindergarten class sang at a local nursing home this week on a field trip.

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you!










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