I'm still finding myself unsure of what form my next journal should take. After spending over a year and a half with the same book I'm finding it difficult to make the transition. I don't want to make this next journal as labor intensive as the last, wanting to use more of my time focusing on larger art projects. When I started the last journal, I was only spending about an hour on my spreads, but then these pages become so much more, and hours would go by - a whole day on 2 pages. So, you may find I'll be doing less posting, less journal, but more projects.I am also working on this transition of being a cancer patient. My body has no rhyme or reason as to when it may just shut down with exhaustion that hits like a train head on. Nausea blooms out of no where; night sweats toss me through the night. There is no way to really plan, it's like being on a ride along an unfamiliar highway, at a speed just a little faster than seems safe.Today pain bombarded what felt like every cell in my body, so I decided it was important to take myself into those cells and try to put them in some kind of artistic order. The above is what resulted, and here it is, deconstructed...In closing, I want to say farewell my friend Harvee Riggs, a talented assemblage artist, and intelligent conversationalist with a great sense of humor; a lover of music, and devoted husband; a man who left surprisingly early, and will be greatly missed. Blessings on your transition Harvee.Harvee just recently published his first book, titled I think, Therefore I Art, which I believe you'd enjoy paging through at the link provided...___________________________________________Lastly, and am adding this after posting yesterday,I wanted to mention an anniversary transition for fellow blogging pal Whitney-Anne, who is celebrating the completion of one year over at What Whitney Made Next.Though it will lessen my chances of winning, drop by and join in - only 2 days remain!