Yes, as shameful as it sounds, that is exactly what I have been doing when I haven't been at work. You may think I'm kidding, but I'm not. I have discovered the wonderful world of Zentangle and I'm afraid I'm almost obsessed with it.
Zentangle is a form of doodling. Apparently, it's also a form of meditation. I came across some examples of it on Pinterest and have been hooked. For my birthday, I received quite a few gift cards to my favorite place in the world: Barnes and Noble. I purchased a sketchbook, brush markers, three Zentangle books, a drawing book, and a bunch of other stuff. (Yeah, I had a lot to spend and I LOVED every penny of it!) Probably no coincidence that my last blog post was 4 days after my birthday. Sorry about that.
Some people say that multitasking is not really possible. I beg to differ. Here's what I've watched on Netflix:
Trailer Park Boys - All 7 seasons, the movie, and Live from Dublin
Dexter - All seasons
Behind Bars - All available episodes
I Almost Got Away With It - 3 episodes
American Horror Story - Season 1, Season 2 - 9 episodes
Orange is the New Black - 2 Seasons
The Office - 2 Seasons
Derek - 5 Episodes
The Andy Griffith Show - 4 episodes
Psych - 5 episodes
30 Days - 1 episode
Wilfred - 2 episodes
Ron White (A Little Unprofessional)
House, M.D. - 2 Seasons
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
Seems like a lot of Netflix, and yes, I agree. I can't just sit and watch Netflix, though. Some people knit while they watch television, some do crossword puzzles, maybe even Sudoku. I used to do Sudoku until I started doing this:
And this is why I've neglected my blog. To learn more about Zentangle, Google it! Try it. You'll like it.