Martha Julia Agnes Adele 15

I did it! I pushed through INERTIA! back into Martha Julia Agnes Adele’s adventure at The Hillock in search of her shoe! Pushing through inertia must be like jumping into the magic pool or finding the doorway to the wardrobe when all conditions are right to enter Narnia! Now to get some new pens that haven’t dried out and mix new colors, and if I can just remember how to draw a little bit more!  I’ll need to go back and work on ‘who’s speaking’ and to whom later…but for now, don’t worry Martha Julia Agnes Adele, won’t leave you anymore til you find your shoe!Martha15withtext

5 Responses to “Martha Julia Agnes Adele 15”

  1. Libby January 10, 2014 at 6:17 am Permalink

    How wonderful to wake up this morning to another page of Martha Julia Agnes Adele’s adventure! Keep going Ann!

    • Ann Gordon January 10, 2014 at 7:35 am Permalink

      Thanks,Libby! Feels good to be through Miss Inertia’s door! Now if I can just get back some drawing knack, and then improve on it, I’ll keep on going! It quite consumes my day when I push to post every day, but I’m learning alot and it’s MUCH better than trying to open a heavy squeaky inertia door! Grateful for encouragements! Enjoy your day!

  2. Ronnie January 11, 2014 at 12:11 pm Permalink

    I love this! I can hear you reading it aloud right now! Reading at night to our son Walter was one of the joys of my life and these stories would have been a centerpiece he would have asked to come back to over and over.. Remember that inertia works both ways.. It is one of the first laws of motion.. A body a rest tends to stay at rest and a body in motions tends to stay in motion ! Now it is the inertia of motion and Issac Newton did get most things right.

  3. Ronnie January 11, 2014 at 12:17 pm Permalink

    I love this! My fondest memories are of reading stories to our son Walter. This would have been a recurring request I am sure especially with the way the story is interleaved as a pure work of art. Remember that inertia works both ways!… A body that is at rest tends to stay at rest and a body that is in motion tends to stay in motion…Issac Newton did get most things right I think :-)..

    • Ann Gordon January 11, 2014 at 4:22 pm Permalink

      Thanks, Ronnie:) Encouraging to think that that means…once I’m moving again, maybe I can tend to stay in motion! at least until the end of the book! Had to take a ‘pain’ break for a day, though…not quite back full force though. I so appreciate your enthusiastic heart and encouragement! And your reminding me that the heavens are all ‘lined up’ as well!

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