'Drawings' (pronounced dra-wings) was just the challenge I needed to get me drawing again. I've been blessed with so many family and friends that are helping me deal with my husband's death. My kids check in on me often and keep me involved in the grandkid's lives. My sister came out to help me deal with the mountains of paperwork I am dealing with. My friends are helping me to keep on smiling and laughing. And I even have a trash angel who lives next door who brings my trash can back up to the house on garbage day. So I couldn't not think of all the angels in my life as I drew this tangle.
I've been having trouble sleeping at night (but that's nothing new) so late, late one night I got out my sketchbook and just started to practice this tangle. The first few times I drew it I felt it was way too clunky, I didn't really like it. But I kept playing with it, and started to try tangleations, until it grew on me. After that I just pulled out a zendala tile and went for it. I didn't stress out about what to put with it, or even to try to put in a string. A simple monotangle would be my restart.