I’d rather be drawing!

Specific features:

  • Size is 8.5 x 11
  • Drawings are on one side only
  • Hard cover offers a firm coloring surface
  • Soft cover is flexible for purse or back pack
  • A coloring book is a great ‘anytime’ gift
  • Drawings are varied to suit your every mood

Top 10 reasons to buy Serenity Adult Coloring

♥ Coloring keeps you from getting bored while you wait.
♥ You need to know what it says on the mugs in the campsite scene.
♥ You love bringing drawings to life with color.
♥ You need a gift for your mom or dad, or friend, or your neighbor?
♥ You need an any-time gift, like celebrating that it’s Tuesday!
♥ It’s a great “waiting for baby” thing to do (probably just the first baby – unless they both nap at the same time!)
♥ Detail in my theme pages is mesmerizing .. relaxing .. meditative
♥ Drawings are on one side of the page only, in case you want to remove them!
♥ You need some eclectic artwork for a wall.
♥ It’s a relaxing thing to do around the table with friends.. and wine..
♥ Even if you don’t color, you’ll know your purchase supports a great cause – Dogs With Wings 🙂

And that’s eleven! But seriously, if coloring my drawings is as relaxing for you as making them was for me, then I consider this project a success.

A little about me: I have a ‘vision’ bucket list and drawing is on it, more specifically, making a coloring book. Why is it a vision list? I am living with an eye condition RP (Retinitis Pigmentosa), that is slowly robbing me of my sight. But don’t be sad for me, we all have a challenge and this is mine. I am appreciating the beauty that is everywhere and committing it all to memory, while I can. My coloring book celebrates sight, color and my love of this beautiful planet.

An important note about the book: I donate a portion of the profits to Dogs With Wings Assistance Dog Society, it’s my way to give back. Even if you don’t color, I’m betting you know someone who does! And it’s good to know you’re helping support the training of assistance dogs. Thank you again.

Waiting for a Guide

a video journal – my guide dog(s) and me

Navigating the world with vision loss is better with a Guide Dog, for me anyway!

In 2017 I met Walker the Guide Dog and he taught me about trust. The reason I say ‘trust’ is that we all depend on vision – all day. The only time we don’t need it is when we’re asleep!  With vision loss, a person must learn to trust either a human guide, a white cane, a guide dog… or all three!

Trust is key, and trusting a dog takes practice!

After a few months Walker lost interest in guiding and though he was an awesome companion, the purpose was that he would be my eyes. The school doesn’t force dogs to work so Walker was adopted to a loving home

and I’m back in waiting mode.

These videos are short insights into life with a Guide Dog.

My youtube channel

September 16, 2017 – that ends Chapter One

If you’ve ever wondered what life in the public eye with a Guide Dog is like, these are a few surprising situations and some of the free advice we got.

And I thought we’d just blend in!

August 16, 2017 – I miss Walker more than I could explain…

I’ll find out within the week how we go forward as a team

April 4, 2017 – We made it through a crazy training day

It was just like real life… because it was real life!

 

Next…

Choosing the right coloring supplies

Crayola colored pencils include everything you need to get started. And for the coloring enthusiast, once you start collecting pencils you’ll probably want to try the feel and look of others like Prismacolor and Faber Castell. The sky is the limit.

Coloring supplies

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