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Sunday, May 4, 2008

Texan Scribblin' in Church




I have scribbled/doodled my entire life, whether in class, on a conference call or in church. (It just means I am concentrating on what is being said---REALLY!)
It may appear I am not sticking with the Texas flavored theme..but I am. This is what THIS Texan was doing on the back of the program at 11 a.m. today!

9 comments:

Margaret Ann said...

OooooH! Yes! yes! yes!!!! This is really awesome...love every bit of it....A total inspiration! Fabulous! :)

Jenifleur-de-lis said...

How did you do that -- it is so neat! It would be fun to see some splashes of color -- but is lovely without as well :)

MaryO said...

This reminds me of "stream of consciousness" writings. You've made your "doodling" a beautiful composition. I love it just as it is!

Betty said...

I see God was sitting on your shoulder.......beautiful work, you are blessed with talent

Betty

Betty said...

Awesom doodles, fellow Texan!! It is inspired :-)

Sue said...

It's awesome!
Yes - color it but I suggest you make copies of it and color the copies in different ways. That way you still have your original B&W if you end up not liking the colors. And you can have several color themes (if you so choose). Coloring it in will be fun!
Please post what you do with it next.

Oh - I understand what you mean about having to doodle while listening. I do the same thing.

Martha said...

Yowza - this is super! It must have been a long session, if you doodled all of this.

E-J said...

I'm impressed that you came up with such a balanced arrangement from a "simple" doodling session! Really inventive.

Anonymous said...

Wow Lisa, I can't wait to meet you one day at Church. I was the speaker that day and when I was told about this and now seeing this - wow it's talent and a gift, but to think that God used me to say things that you would create this beautiful reminder of my first time speaking in church for the Sunday service! And truly for the comments before mine - the talk was not long at all - only 20-25 min. God Bless you Lisa and continue to let the divine creativity flow from you for us to enjoy!