So today is Saturday, June 10 and this is a very significant date for all of us - for you, the readers, and also for me. Why does this date matter?
Because 11 months ago (already!) Rob took me to a coloring event at the library that changed our lives forever. We won a book about creative inspiration which led me to starting this daily kawaii art blog - a year-long project inspired by Noah Scalin.
And now, as of today, we have exactly 1 month of projects to go. I still remember how overwhelmed I felt last July, trying to be creative 365 consecutive times. This project has made me more disciplined, organized, confident, and curious about the world (and people) around me. Making a promise to myself and literally thousands of awesome strangers who read here has made me more mature and reliable.
What will be created for the month ahead?
Yesterday I honestly meant to produce a June 9 #Kawaii365 project for you, but there was a slight incident. Long story short, Rob & I received an invite somewhere which led to some drinks (with alcohol, mixed with caffeine I must say!)
I still wanted to do the post, but felt a wee bit tipsy and then couldn't sleep due to nausea and vomiting that followed only hours after. I feel somewhat better today (and have made a personal vow not to touch alcohol anymore).
So here is June 9's art project. I simply couldn't resist playing with the alphabet!
And now we take a short break to discuss Feature Friday. Because I wasn't feeling up to doing a blogpost for yesterday - and didn't currently have a new person to feature - there was none. So to make it up to you (for those who tune in weekly), please enjoy this quirky Kirsten Dunst video:
And on the subject of digital art, today's #Kawaii365 project is based on today's bowling date with my romantic and fun husband Rob.
I am a terrible bowler! I am so lucky if I get a score even halfway to 100 during all the frames. With that being said, we only go for a fun time and not serious sport. We tend to go on Saturday afternoons when they have glow bowling, and it's become a tradition for us to dedicate songs to each other on the jukebox ❤
Thank you so much for reading - you are an awesome person and much appreciated!