19. Unflappable And Unruffled

Spiral Notebooks

Jean Gregory  Evans

Franklin, North Carolina, United States

  • Product
  • Product
  • Available
  • Artist
  • Artwork Comments 2

Sizing Information

Spiral Notebook
Width 6″
Height 8″


  • 120 pages
  • Cover 350gsm, paper stock 90gsm
  • Front cover print from an independent designer
  • Available in a selection of ruled or graph pages
  • Handy document pocket inside the back cover

- Reviews


Cases & Skins

Wall Art

Home Decor



Artist's Description

*© Jean Gregory Evans

This Is a Work of Fiction

19. Because Lizawhite had gotten off track and lost so much time, she had to spend another night alone. It meant that she had to spend two nights out on her own. Not just one as she had when she was going. Now coming she had to spend two, with a total of three nights on her own. That is a long, long time for a little bird.

And Lizawhite was feeling like a little small bird. She was beginning to wonder if she would ever make it home. Nighttime rushed over the purple mountains with blue blanket shadows and before you could say “Bobwhite”, darkness was upon her.

Along with it, sleep fell upon Lizawhite, a deep deep sleep. Dreams rushed through her head behind her eyes. Robwhite was standing atop a big rock, his fine feathers glistening. His head was thrown back with his open beak up in the air and he was whistling a call.

All at once she heard a big cracking sound and a loud thud and felt a fleeting, yet strong movement of air push pass by her. A tree limb had loudly crashed to the ground nearby and a raccoon with it. Lizawhite woke, startled but she did not move a muscle except for eyelids that would not be stopped and they popped open. Morning had broken. Soft filtered light bathed her surroundings.

A young raccoon was rolling from its back onto its four paws and she saw it waddle away. The soft ground cover of fallen leaves slowly decaying had made a bouncy landing for the lucky creature.

The tree limb was still rocking slowly as Lizawhite saw a big lizard make his way off the limb and onto steady ground. She heard him say “Good gracious! The raccoon was planning on eating me. That was a mighty fall but it sure was a lucky break for me!” He looked at her and said “lucky break, get it?” He dropped and rolled on the ground laughing out loud. Lizawhite rolled her eyes and groaned but remained self-controlled and stoic.

Artwork Comments

  • labaker
  • Jean Gregory  Evans
desktop tablet-landscape content-width tablet-portrait workstream-4-across phone-landscape phone-portrait
desktop tablet-landscape content-width tablet-portrait workstream-4-across phone-landscape phone-portrait

10% off

for joining the Redbubble mailing list

Receive exclusive deals and awesome artist news and content right to your inbox. Free for your convenience.