D&D Beyond had an advent calendar that included one special item or offer each day. If I remember correctly, the calendar didn’t include the entire month of December. The things in it that caught my attention the most were the coloring sheets.Continue Reading “D&D Beyond Holiday Coloring Sheets”
This is a Porg. These little goofy birds are my absolute favorite of all the creatures in Star Wars. When my husband and I visited Disneyland, we found Porg stuffed animals in the Batuu section.Continue Reading “Porg”
This is a coloring sheet from Marquee Sports Network. It features Javi Baez. I colored it while listening to the Cubs game against the Dodgers.
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I was able to complete all of the December coloring pages in the Johanna Basford 2019 coloring calendar. The last few were finished in January of 2020, but I’m ok with that. The world moves too fast for me, due to my chronic illnesses.
In general, I’m not a big fan of Christmas. That said, I had fun coloring these pages. Some were extremely detailed, and I enjoyed the challenge.Continue Reading “Johanna Basford 2019 Coloring Calendar – December”
I have learned that my chronic illnesses make it extremely difficult, if not impossible, to complete a “do one every day” project. I end up finishing some, but not all, of the pages in a month before the calendar flips. As such, I have fallen behind.
That said, I did manage to complete all of the coloring pages for September 2019, so here they are!Continue Reading “Johanna Basford 2019 Coloring Calendar – September”
I’ve been coloring through the 2019 Johanna Basford coloring calendar. It is fun and relaxing. I fell a little bit behind in May because it was a busy month. Still got it done, though.Continue Reading “Johanna Basford 2019 Coloring Calendar – May”
Coloring is relaxing, and good for my rheumatoid arthritis (which is in my hands). A friend gave me the Johanna Basford 2019 coloring calendar as a gift. I’ve been having a great time coloring the pages!Continue Reading “Johanna Basford 2019 Coloring Calendar – April”
I’ve been slowly working my way through the Johanna Basford 2018 coloring calendar. It has been a very relaxing experience, and good for my rheumatoid arthritis (which is in my hands, among other places).
My chronic health issues make it difficult for me to keep up with the “do one of these every day” type of projects. I will be done whenever I get there. In this blog, I have the coloring pages from the May 2018 part of the calendar.
I’m working my way through the 2019 Johanna Basford coloring calendar. A friend gave it to me as a Christmas gift. My goal is to try not to fall too far behind.
Coloring is a good for my health. It reduces stress (which is bad for my fibromyalgia). I also color to keep my hands active, which is good for my rheumatoid arthritis.Continue Reading “Johanna Basford 2019 Coloring Calendar – March”
Coloring is relaxing. A friend gave me the Johanna Basford 2019 coloring calendar as a Christmas present. I am really enjoying it!
I have rheumatoid arthritis in my hands (among other places). I’ve heard it is good to keep my hands and fingers active. Coloring is a good way to do that.Continue Reading “Johanna Basford 2019 Coloring Calendar – February”