Thursday, October 22, 2009

If you've been reading Seamless Skin at least through one season of winter then you might recall how I feel about the season as I do my very best to express my indelible opinion.  However, in light of the blue sky I enjoyed yesterday and what looks like another break in the seasonal reminder that winter is a'comin', I'll hold back sharing so early how I feel about winter until the bitter cold sets in.


This past weekend I took a 2-day workshop with the lovely Lisa Engelbrecht and enjoyed myself with the Kentuckiana Calligraphy and Paper Arts Guild.  The week prior I was nearing exhaustion and almost decided to lose the workshop fee and stay home to rest but I forged ahead and this week I've been taking it easy.  Lisa is a very generous and beautiful spirit and the group is very warm, funny, and creative lot.


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The piece with the yellow background, top center, is mine.


I've missed deadlines upon deadlines and meetings but between finding balance in self-care and addressing The Basement (new photos added under Beginning Again album) I have some super-fantastic news forthcoming that I can hardly wait to share...but patience is a virtue and the vision needs more shaping until I can share...but its a good thing, a very good thing!



4 comments:

  1. so glad you were refreshed by the workshop....and i can't wait to hear about this news!!!

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  2. Winter -ugh! We should have a winter workshop in a nice warm, dry area. Wouldn't that be fun?

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  3. Hey, I don't envy you one bit about the bitter cold. I'm in sandles and short sleeves with both doors and windows open. I don't even want to remember the bitter cold days in Virginia. The weather is what keeps me in San Diego.
    WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU BITTER COLD WEATHER THINK OF IT AS A TIME TO CREATE.

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  4. The one nice thing about the frigid cold of winter is that you do feel, as Carol mentions, more inclined to stay home and be creative. Just keep as warm as you can!

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