Dharma -- I'll be ordering more soon!)
This time, I decreased the concentration of the red and added 2 cc increments (yes, using a syringe) to each bag. As you can see the first and last colors are very different, but the in-betweens are a gentle gradation. Exactly what I wanted.
Last weekend, I had an A-HA moment. Most weekends, I have dinner with my best friend, and we watch Netflix. But I had become intrigued with a story I read on line about the Nangchen Nuns of Tibet. These Buddhist women have an incredible story, now a feature-length documentary entitled Blessings. As I watched this incredibly beautiful story, I realized that the colors I was seeking are the colors of their robes, which made the project all the more special. And the next day, I dyed them.
Now to complete the saffron to blue run. The first one was a bit too yellow, so back to the dye pots today. Stay tuned!
Thoughts on charity.... - ... fatigue. The mailman always leaves me a most curious collection of stuff. This week alone, no less than 10 solicitations for charity. Give here, giv...
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