This was a present made for a lovely lady, Wanda. Seven years ago I lost my mother-in-law. My father-in-law in his early 80's at the time, was alone in Idaho, and although he came to Colorado, and we, along with other family members, visited as often as we could it was very hard for him to be alone. About a year later he met Wanda, who lost her husband around the same time he lost his wife of 63 years. They have been great friends and companions since. They go on trips, eat a lot of meals together, and help each other with the loneliness of loss. He turned 88 this year and is doing great, in large part because of Wanda. Last summer, after taking them on a trip to Idaho's wine country, I left each of them a zentangle. She loved them so much, she had them enlarged and put them in a 8x10 frame. (I am still trying to picture how they would look enlarged.) So, I made her a 12x12, framed it, and she already has it hanging it in her living room.