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My wife needs to create her own mandala coloring book

She is freakishly artistic and doesn’t know it.


The above artwork you see. My wife drew that. By hand. With a Sharpie. It’s called a mandala. She hadn’t drawn one of these in two years. So yesterday she breaks out a sketchbook and marker and just randomly draws one in an hour.

I told her she needs to create her own mandala coloring book. Or, put her drawings on a fabric or canvas others could hand color. Then, we set up a shop for her and sell it on Etsy or Amazon.

It may be our only chance to strike it rich and buy that getaway off-grid tiny house in the mountains with solar panels we’re always daydreaming of after watching episodes of Living Big in a Tiny House on YouTube.

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By Jeffrey Pillow

Jeffrey Pillow is an American short story writer, memoirist, and poet. He is the author of The Lady Next Door. His writing has been published in Urge Magazine, The Nervous Breakdown, 16 Blocks, USA Today, Sports Illustrated, TheBody.com, New York Times, Washington Post, and Richmond Times-Dispatch.

He grew up in the small town of Phenix, Virginia, population: 200, and now lives in Charlottesville with his wife, two kids, and a dog named Mozzarella Cheese. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia where he was a Rainey Scholar. This is his blog.