Ahhh ... I must have been rather imperious and commanding in my previous post [or else I sounded desperate ... either/or] because several more of you have thrown your heights and height-related posts at me since.
There's even a few more 'perfectly in the middle' types [that's for those of you who took exception to the term 'average';-)] and tall ladies revealing themselves too. Meaning that that height chart I'm compiling is now filling out nicely with lots more of you sitting up there above me. [While you're there ... I should mention that yes, my hair needs dyeing. I hope my roots aren't too distracting for you ...].
Today's journal page begins with a combination of some rub-ons I've had for a million years and a phrase plundered from an old architectural book, all swiftly followed by a Shakespearean quotation [because there's very little in life which you find yourself wanting to say ... but which good old Will hasn't already said. Better. Much, much better.]
The quote's taken from A Midsummer Night's Dream and goes thusly:
Though she be but little ... she is fierce ...
|The super-cute bunny - who I've customised here - is from this digi-printable from Kirsty Neale|
I can't imagine why that particular phrase appealed to me ...
And what page would be complete without some zebra-print washi tape?
And here's how it all hangs together on the full page:
I don't think Kirsty will mind me toughening up her bunny girl in the name of art-journaling and Shakespeare!
Thanks for swinging in today.
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