small Italian pitcher



and very wilted red flowers.

Bought in an antique shop in Iowa a dozen years ago. It had a crumpled bit of paper inside with blue writing on it: "Beryl says Mother brought this from Germany." I have long ago lost the note, but remember the certainty of it. The pitcher says "Italy" on the bottom.


Curious...sometimes, your spreads will have a drawing on one page and just a date on the other. Is there a reason you do not draw on every page of your journal?

I like to take a two-page spread to play with every day. Some days I like the feel of lots of empty space... or am lazy... or just want to work small.

I do like the extravagence turning the page over each day and seeing the new space to fill, so I guess that is why I don't always draw on the facing pages.



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