Life's been quite hectic recently.
We returned home at midnight last Saturday from two weeks in Montreal with a couple of friends. Our youngest daughter is studying there so we were able to see her a lot, which was wonderful! My husband has been awaiting a work visa from China, and it had been delivered while we were away. That gave him four days to finish preparing so he could make his flight this morning (Thursday). As we did a few years ago, he'll be teaching English at a university, this time in Nanjing. He's up and away, for ten months! I've had three art shows to prepare for, one happening this Saturday, one opening Sunday evening, the other on September 21. Plus, I'm co-teaching a Zentangle weekend with Deb Kopeschny in Edmonton (several hours drive) in a couple of weeks and we've been planning that as my 'net connections permitted. Maybe all that was just a bit too much. Yesterday I woke up with a bad cough, stuffy nose and a sore throat.
But I really wanted to do this challenge. Like Laura, Tipple is one of my
go-to tangles. I like monotangle challenges too because it forces me to
think about what more could be done with a particular pattern. So today, between naps, I did a tile.