Tuesday, November 1, 2011

October Flew Out the Door...

My calendar for October. 
(click on photo to" embiggin" as my little friend says
       Filled mostly with my road trip to Tucson,California &
Oregon coast.
Now to figure out Novembers calendar.
Check out all the calendars over at Kathryn Wheel.
It is fun to look back at all the things one has done over the year.

27 comments:

Createology said...

My yes it flew...I think it flew out on a broomstick. :o)

I am feeling like someone has hit the fast forward button on Earth's remote control.

Angela Bell said...

I Love that calender.lol Angela

Sharne's Bit 'n' Bobs said...

A lovely Autumnal feel to your journal page. Love your paintings around the border.

Snap said...

October did go quickly ... didn't it! ?!!!!

Pumpkin Delight (Kimberly) said...

Oh, I love all your October themed sketches! Very pretty!

stopping by from The Kathryn Wheel

PaperPumpkin said...

October was a blur! Your calendar is spectacular, though!!

Vee said...

Wonderful way to keep a record of all the goings on and to spark your memory if ever needed. ☺

Laurie said...

This whole year has flown by Sharon, but it's been fun following you on your journey's, and watching you grow as at artist! On to November.

Astrid Maclean said...

Stunning, love what you did with October, those pumpkins look fantastic!

Sam said...

What a wonderful page! I love all your drawings around the edges-FAB!! x

sandra de said...

Love the pumpkin theme.

linda said...

definitely a cool way to "journal" ... there are those who do the one sentence journaling even digitally... if not by hand. Very cool!

McMGrad89 said...

Your Jack o'lanterns have such character! And I love the painting down the side of the calendar as well.

Elizabeth said...

Love this idea- I wish that I could develop the discipline!!!

Janet said...

For me, this whole year has been flying by! Your October calendar page looks great. You had a lot going on during that month.

Zuzu said...

I was just saying to Hubby that I don't know where October went! Your road trip sounds like it was a lot of fun!

Thanks for popping by to say 'Hi', Sharon. I think of you as my dear friend as well!

Hugs,
Zuzu

patcrafts said...

Everyone is remarking about the speed this year is going even young people.
Love your Oct page with all the little drawings and your wonderful border drawings, very artistic and creative.

pearshapedcrafting said...

Lovely page with beautiful drawings, especially love your weather reports!

Sandra Hall said...

Your page has a wonderful handmade look with all your fab drawings :D - and I agree about the time whizzing by!

Lorraine@creativedaily said...

Another wonderful calendar. Always enjoy seeing what you are up to!

thekathrynwheel said...

Wonderful calendar page. Your drawings really bring the page to life. Only one month to go, can you believe it?! Thanks for linking up for the challenge, Kate :-)

Lynette (NZ) said...

Love that you can draw :-)Cool pumpkins

flutterbycrafter said...

OMG what a wonderful October page, love the smiling pumpkins and November colours are lush xx

Terri Kahrs said...

Can't believe that it's November and December is right around the corner! Love your cheery October and can't wait for your November! I think it's awesome that past month was filled with happy memories of your trip!

Sharon, thank you for all of your warm wishes! It's so good to be back on-line. I'm not good at handling Matrix deprivation and I'll never take heat and light for granted again! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

Sharon, you have been a busy lady! I hope you get to relax a little during the holidays in November and December. Love the calendar!

Connie

suziqu's thread works said...

What a great time you have had tripping around. I love your freestyle of journalling especially your paintings and the colours you use - makes me feel as if I could almost try it myself.
Love and hugs,
Suzy

laurie said...

I just found you today, what beautiful work, I think I'm your newest follower, I love your hournal pages and what a lovely memory keeper.