Category Archives: artist

Overheard

There is an art blog that I love for many reasons.  Artsyville is loads of fun to read and I love to see all of Aimee’s amazing doodle creativity and the lists she has.  She has a great etsy shop where I often … Continue reading

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I am Grateful Today for…

family, in all shapes, sizes and ages having a purpose libraries! books that get my creative urges flowing sleep money to pay the bills air conditioners that work artistic expression, everyone’s — even if I don’t understand it all the time … Continue reading

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Library Heaven!

I am totally in love with the neighborhood library here!  It is at least 4 times larger than my own neighborhood library.  There are people working at the information desk!  Actual live people!  You can go on up to them and ask … Continue reading

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Look at What I Found this week!

Sometimes, it pays not to clean out your desk drawers! I grew up writing letters.  I had occasional pen pals through school and I had friends who moved away that I wrote to.  As I got older, the time between … Continue reading

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Quote

“ It is only possible to live happily ever after on a day-to-day basis”  Margaret Bonnnano I just saw this quote in a photo of an art journal on this post at Lost Coast Post.  The quote jumped out at … Continue reading

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Sometimes I Wonder….

Sometimes I wonder if I have the soul of a flake or an artist. I started expressing myself in artistic, crafty ways when I was a small child and my mother taught me how to embroider. I was 6 or … Continue reading

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