On YouTube – coloring and talking books

Hi Everyone,

I’m over on YouTube today, coloring and talking books. Also showing you some vintage marbles. Hope you’ll stop by!

Thanks for visiting – come back soon!

21 thoughts on “On YouTube – coloring and talking books

  1. What a treasure to have grandfather’s marbles, Barbara. I love that you take time to do coloring. I don’t have the patience to do that but I would do it when my granddaughter does coloring. She wants me to do it. I would love to go back to do watercolor painting though. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Loved your video, Barbara! I also enjoy coloring but haven’t taken the time to do it in a while. It seems I’m too busy writing. πŸ™‚ And what a treasure to have your grandfather’s marbles. I love those earth tones, too. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Thank you so much for watching, Lauren. I’m glad you liked the interview – aren’t those marbles great? I’m making progress on my coloring, but when you’re spread thin, you have to be patient about getting to everything. πŸ™‚

  3. Barbara, how wonderful to inherit your grandfather’s marble collection. And I’m looking forward to the review of Gladwell’s book. I enjoyed Outliers.
    Great job with the video. πŸ™‚

    1. Hi Jennifer – I am loving Talking to Strangers – I am sure I will read or listen to Outliers. Thanks for watching the video. I love having my grandfather’s marbles πŸ™‚

      1. You’re very welcome!
        I just read Darlene’s comment below and realized I missed you saying your grandfather was born in 1900. That’s when my maternal grandmother was born as well. I have her rocking chair in my bedroom. πŸ™‚

  4. Loved the video. Colouring is so relaxing. My grandfather was born in 1900 as well. I have some coins he collected, some from 1898.

    1. Hi Darlene – thank you for watching the video. I’m about to go color while I take a call. It’s nice to have things that were our grandparents. I have a butter dish of my grandmother’s that I love.

      1. I also had a butter dish of my grandmothers. I have passed it on to my daughter who loves it. Nice to keep these things in the family.

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