Denzil Miracle, who dressed up as Kur’Den, went to heaven on July 16, 2019, after succumbing to brain cancer.
He was the inspiration behind my Klingon Adventure post. He was passionate about dressing up as a Klingon and about his family.
He knew that I traveled 1100 miles in May to see him and to have one last conversation, while he still had most of himself. At that time he called me his sister.
His family brought his Klingon outfit to the Celebration of Life service, parked his Klingon vessel, the Dark Lady (his Corvette), in front of the funeral, and painted dolls green, so the Orion’s Slave Girls would be in attendance.
One guest brought the warrior’s drink, prune juice, instead of flowers.
I do not believe my life will be as colorful.
I’ve been busy doing other things, but I have managed to do a few 3.5″ x 3.5″ drawings. Most of these drawings were done to test the pen colors for larger drawings.
This drawing was done with Sakura Gel Pens on a 16″ x 20″ Carson Art Board.
This mandala was create on 16″ x 20″ Carson Black Art Board using Sakura Metallic pens. It did not come out exactly as I expected, but the lines did provide a basket effect.
This drawing was done on a 16″ x 20″ Carson Black Art Board using Sakura Moonlight pens. Once the center was done, the edge went in it own direction.
This mandala was done on 16″ x 20″ Carson Black Art Board using Sakura Metallic pens. When I am using colors in my drawings, I like using as many different colors as possible.
I first sketched in a grid using circles and lines, then I applied the color.
I decided to do some drawing on large drawing boards, 16″ x 20″ This drawing was done on Carson Black Art Board using Sakura Metallic Pens. I used a compass and ruler to draw the grid lines for the drawing, and than I created the pattern using only lines.
After many days of heavy rain, the sun finally came out. I parked my car in front of a fence and noticed animals peering from the soaked fence.
Do you think the home owner would let me cut them from the wood?
Last one, eye.
It has been seven months since I’ve updated my audiobook recommendation list. Most of the books I have listened to during that time were written by Dakota Krout. If you like RPG books, you will enjoy these books. So, a shout goes out to Dakota Krout for a job well done, okay six jobs well done. My only dilemma is where to put them in the list, and which series was better. I love the Bobiverse series and the Magic 2.0 series.
Below is my updated list of book recommendations.
- The Ocean at the End of the Lane: A Novel – Neil Gaiman
- We Are Legion (We Are Bob), Bobiverse, Book 1 – Dennis Taylor
- For We Are Many, Bobiverse, Book 2 – Dennis Taylor
- All These Worlds, Bobiverse, Book 3 – Dennis Taylor
- Mogworld – Yahtzee Croshaw
- 14 – Peter Clines
- The Fold – Peter Clines
- Paradox Bound – Peter Clines
- Differently Morphous – Yahtzee Croshaw
- The Authorities – Scott Meyer
- Run Program – Scott Meyer
- Ritualist: Completionist Chronicles, Book 1 – Dakota Krout
- Regicide: The Completionist Chronicles Series, Book 2 – Dakota Krout
- Off To Be a Wizard: Magic 2.0 – Scott Meyer
- Hacker, The Outlaw Chronicles – Ted Dekker
- Spell or High Water: Magic 2.0, Book 2 – Scott Meyer
- An Unwelcome Quest: Magic 2.0, Book 3 – Scott Meyer
- Fight and Flight: Magic 2.0, Book 4 – Scott Meyer
- Out of Spite, Out of Mind: Magic 2.0, Book 5 – Scott Meyer
- Dungeon Born: Divine Dungeon Series, Book 1 – Dakota Krout
- Dungeon Madness: Divine Dungeon Series, Book 2 – Dakota Krout
- Dungeon Calamity: Divine Dungeon Series, Book 3 – Dakota Krout
- Dungeon Desolation: Divine Dungeon Series, Book 4 – Dakota Krout
- The Passage, Book 1 – Justin Cronin
- The Twelve (The Passage Trilogy), Book 2 – Justin Cronin
- The City of Mirrors (The Passage Trilogy), Book 3 – Justin Cronin
- Anansi Boys – Neil Gaiman
- Master of Formalities – Scott Meyer
- The Graveyard – Neil Gaiman
- Will Save the Galaxy for Food – Yahtzee Croshaw
- Jam – Yahtzee Croshaw
- The Time Keeper – Mitch Albom
- Forbidden, The Book of Mortal, Book 1 – Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee
- Mortal, The Book of Mortal, Book 2 – Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee
- Sovereign, The Book of Mortal, Book 3 – Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee
- Run Program – Scott Meyer
- Black: Book One, The Birth of Evil – Ted Dekker
- Red: Book Two, The Heroic Rescue – Ted Dekker
- White: Book Three, The Great Pursuit – Ted Dekker
- The Junkie Quatrain – Peter Clines
- Dead Men Can’t Complain and Other Stories – Peter Clines
- I Can Only Imagine: A Memior – Bart Millard
Sorry, Neil Gaiman but Good Omens will not be making on this list. The book failed to hold my attention. I kept getting distracted by other things like traffic lights. However, I will watch the TV series when it comes out.
March and April it is prime time to view Sand Hill Cranes in Nebraska. The best viewing time is early morning or evening. In Nebraska, at that time of year it is cold and it can be very cold, and windy – really windy. I cannot envision me taking that particular adventure because I like warm weather and sunshine.
However, when walking through a Mall I will walk through there free display recognizing the Sand Hill Cranes.