November has past :: Novembre n’est plus…

November has past by and life is speeding… what with Christmas at our doorstep, cooking, shopping and trivial pursuits of all kind, this blog permits me to find gratitude for the life that I have. I am a lucky woman, with many old and dear friends, a wonderful spouse, a smaller older family and a thriving younger one, and me standing right in between! This past wednesday we had our first official snow of the season, and outside everything is white — and I love it -)

Novembre vient de passer et ce blog me donne un certain recul pour regarder ma vie et trouver un moment de gratitude. Je suis une femme choyée par la vie! J’ai de bons vieux amis, un super chum, une famille où les vieux se font plus rares et que les jeunes festoient, et moi qui veille en plein milieu! Mercredi dernier nous avons eu  notre première neige qui est restée au sol et tout est blanc dehors… et j’adore -)

Paper: Larolan Sketchbook #10
Pen: Pilot Penmanship EF
Ink: Noodlers Lexington Grey



About Jane Hannah

Canadian graphic artist, painter, sketcher, typographer, calligrapher and teacher at Cégep John Abbott College in Québec, Canada. Jane Hannah also has a website for her students at and a main blog at She is also part of the Montreal Urban Sketchers.
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4 Responses to November has past :: Novembre n’est plus…

  1. Gorgeous, Jane. I’ve never seen a lighthouse painting I didn’t like :-)

    Cheers — Larry


    • Jane says:

      You too? I have been in a lighthouse frenzy — I love them too! They are sooo elegant — thank you for commenting Larry -)


  2. Claude Buffoni says:

    Un seul mot; sublime.


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