"I'm sure you hear this all the time, but it was incredible! I came home needing to MAKE ART EVERY DAY. This is no longer an option. I really cannot envision not coming back. There are so many gifted teachers I want to learn from! The attention to detail was exquisite--from the site selection to the notes in the cabins."Comments (5)
What I do know is that it is important to stop, get quiet and reflect on what they were fighting for. Surely the battle was for time and space to bask in the beauty of this world and to be richly surrounded by friends and family.Comments (5)
Keeping it good.
With Spring Squam just around the corner, I've started the preprations. A little excited perhaps?Comments (20)
Pantone colors you can eat, suitcase seating, and proof that fun can change behavior.Comments (2)
S'meaches, glitter, and Zoltar machines and other goodies.Comments (6)
"My art is an opportunity to reflect on the everyday, from the clutter on my desk to my neighbor's fruit stand, from what I ate for lunch to my unfolded laundry. In recording and meditating on it, I find beauty and significance in the things I do."
Hands down, one of the best roadtrips I have ever taken was the one I took with my husband through Death Valley. We love exploring new places and we love freedom these kinds of trips allow us. You never know who or what you will run into, or what will be revealed to you along the way.Comments (8)
Jaw harps, train rides, trying something new....
I come from a family of incredible cooks. I love watching someone prepare a meal and witnessing the transformation of the process unfold....
Collected memories, the things we gather, and what we surround ourselves with...
I believe there is a reason why we are drawn to certain places. I believe it is important to pay attention to the places which keep tapping us on our shoulders...Comments (18)
Feeling extra grateful these days...Comments (18)
Sticks and stones and childhood quirks...Comments (14)
There's a birthday girl in the house......Comments (38)