1. Adj.: Describing a person born between 1 Jan. 1946 and 31 Dec. 1964
2. Adj.: Description of a person, place or thing possessing Baby Boomer je ne sais quoi
3. See also, Boomer, Esq.: A Baby Boomer who is also a licensed attorney (See, e.g., About).


Hump Day Zentangle Challenge #27 – What’s In a Name? Edition

January 17, 2020 3 comments

Hump day Zentangle challenge mandala, zendala

I think my ongoing back pain issues are playing with my mind. I thought Thursday was Wednesday for well into the night. If it had been, today’s Hump Day Zentangle Challenge would only be one day late, instead of two days. Since this is already late, I’ll try to keep my rambling brief. What’s In […]

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Zentangle Diva Challenge #287 – Happy New Year 5777 Edition

October 4, 2016 17 comments

Dreamcatcher Zentangle tangle compositions

This week’s Zentangle Diva’s challenge was to use Dreamcatcher, a tangle by Certified Zentangle Teacher Daniel Lemothe (yay Daniel). Daniel developed Dreamcatcher by deconstructing the pattern used in Native American dreamcatchers. Dreamcatchers were originally used by the Ojibwe (Chippewa) peoples who live mostly in eastern Canada and some northern mid-West states in the United States. […]

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Zentangle Diva Challenge #263 – All the World’s a Globe Edition

April 12, 2016 21 comments

[If Zentangle® is a new concept for you, start here.] I’ll make this short and sweet this week. Our challenge from the Zentangle Diva, Laura Harms, CZT, was to produce a grid on a zendala shape. I admit to “messing up” a zendala tile and then just tracing it so I wouldn’t mess up any […]

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Zentangle Diva’s Challenge #130 – ZenDivaDala Edition

August 10, 2015 27 comments

[If you’re thinking” Zen…What?”, you should probably start here.] This week’s Zentangle Diva’s challenge was presented by summer substitute Diva, Erin Olson, CZT. Erin rounded things up this week by challenging us to use a specific Zendala tile string. For the uninitiated, a “Zendala” is a take on the word “Mandala”, which means “circle” in […]

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