Epeolatry is the worship of words. Now I wouldn’t go that far, but I do love words and what you can do with them. The value in words, I think, lies in how you string them. Like a beaded necklace. Week 3 in the Paperlove course is all about words. Work I’ve done before with words include The Knit of You, I can still taste the sea in my tears, Good Wolf Bad Wolf, The Fish of Far-sigthedness, etc. To try to name them all doesn’t really make any sense, because the pieces that don’t have text are still endowed with a story. Where would we be without words and stories?

More unique than fingerprints, is the mantra repeating to form the face of my painting: The Knit of You. Repeating phrases is good for the soul. I am still repeating my original mantra “one step at a time, one step at a time” regularly.

Poetry by Spoken Word Artist Sarah Kay - I absolutely love this. It is so easy to relate to.
Poetry by Spoken Word Artist Sarah Kay – I absolutely love this. It is so easy to relate to.
Little books - perfect for lists and prompts.
Little books – perfect for lists and prompts. The insides are folded using only one piece of paper.
Little books - perfect for lists and prompts.
Little books – perfect for lists and prompts. Giving some old Bhoomie calendar pages a new purpose as book covers.
Little books - perfect for lists and prompts.
Some wonderful washi tape and a tiny torn piece of paper with a heart on that I couldn’t throw away.
Little books - perfect for lists and prompts.
Little books – perfect for lists and prompts.
Little books - perfect for lists and prompts.
Little books – perfect for lists and prompts.

Follow my blog with Bloglovin