Forgive the delay friends. It's Tuesday and I still didn't write a Monday post. And it's not because I didn't find anything good on the internet this week (DID YOU EVEN SEE MISS PIGGY ON INSTAGRAM?). This week has had some unexpected/exciting developments (more to follow) and I'm hustling to get my work done before leaving for California this week. Heyo! I'm going to the Santa … Read More.
Happy Monday friends. It's pouring rain here right now and the sky is the streaked with eight-fingers lightening bolts, which, let me tell you, is quite a way to kick off a Monday! Thanks to everyone who left kind words on my last post about my new artistic adventure - your encouragement prompted me to spend the whole weekend painting on the porch, totally ignoring anything … Read More.
So there is this thing that happens to some creative-minded people. You may have heard of it; it's called accumulation. Now, I have made no secret of my hoarding tendencies (or where they come from) but I don't often discuss this very real, very common problem that happens when you make stuff - a lot of stuff - and then have nothing to do with it. Nothing. And it's awful. … Read More.
I don't know about you, but I am coming off a seriously lovely holiday weekend. I know it was America's birthday party, but it felt very much like mine. There was an … Read More.
Today is July 1st, which marks five years since I started this blog. Five. In blog terms that means I have been around since the time of the dinosaurs. In real world … Read More.
Well folks. What a week! The past seven days has brought the depths of hatred, profound grief, and new heights of open-mindedness. On Thursday I watched Clemnta … Read More.
Here is a thing I have noticed - When you have a birthday, we eat cake. When America has a birthday, we set stuff on fire and make things explode in the sky. I'm not … Read More.
My parental friends tell me that one of their ongoing sources of guilt is throwing away their children's artwork. Not that they don't want to keep it, but, you … Read More.
A group of crows in called a murder. A group of pheasants is called a bouquet. And a group of flamingos is called a flamboyance, which is strangely befitting because … Read More.