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'How Do I Love Thee?..'


Fascinated

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This is another from 'The World of Favourite Poems' by Jane Heyes.  I used five Prisma markers (Canary yellow, Carmine red, Crimson red, Utlramarine and Aquamarine).  I wanted each element to look different by switching up the concentration and placement of the same colours.  I like this. I think it's because I really must like these colours as I seem to use them often. Oh, I almost forgot the background - it is Copic Pale Yellow.

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AliceInFundyland

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Nice. I like doing complex images with minimal colors and having it work out.

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Curious

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I like what you've done with this one.  I like the color combo as well.  I have been trying new things with limited colors lately and am really liking the results.  I like my chaotic ALL the colors stuff still, but it's kind of a nice challenge to do a page with fewer colors.

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    • Ozlsn

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      3 hours ago, Bassett Lady said:

      I don’t mind that they want to see people they love, but why the prevarication

      Doesn't fit in with the "we need a safe and stable home across the country " grifting theme. I don't think people would have donated as much if they knew there was a planned holiday in the middle, and I am wondering how many donors are now side-eyeing the hell out of them. Because that wasn't a small omission there, it was strongly implied that both flights were sequential and necessary to get to where they are planning to live.

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    • noseybutt

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      It is possible for spouses and children of defendants in federal CSA/child porn cases to request (and receive) mental health services through the Federal Defender Victim/Witness programs. But the key detail is that it has to be requested and typically that happens in situations where the spouse is trying to separate/divorce from the offender.

    • HumbleJillyMuffin

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      8 minutes ago, Bassett Lady said:

      “The discrimination was awful, and TSA held us up for over an hour and made us late for our first flight.”

      My husband flies with his mobility assistance gear all the time for work, including into and out of Seattle. He says their claim sounds like absolute rubbish. Every interaction he has had with the Seattle airport has been professional, swift,  and courteous. 
       

      Over the years he has used a  cane, walker, manual wheelchair and power chair. At every turn the Seattle airport has been kind and competent, 

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    • Coconut Flan

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      Counseling would come from a different court than the criminal court Josh was in.  It would only be ordered due to a CPS investigation.  

    • Bassett Lady

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      “The discrimination was awful, and TSA held us up for over an hour and made us late for our first flight.”

      My husband flies with his mobility assistance gear all the time for work, including into and out of Seattle. He says their claim sounds like absolute rubbish. Every interaction he has had with the Seattle airport has been professional, swift,  and courteous. 
       

      Over the years he has used a  cane, walker, manual wheelchair and power chair. At every turn the Seattle airport has been kind and competent, 

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