Both Art Fairs are now sold out--- and wow, do we have some gorgeous stuff waiting for you.
"When I first heard about this type of “slow” existence I realized how little separates the part of the universe that we classify as life and inanimate one." - Daniel Stoupin
"the overwhelming wonder that was my first Squam. . . Squam allowed me the time and space to miraculously find the me in myself."
"in our daily lives, we must see that it is not happiness that makes us grateful, but the gratefulness that makes us happy." - Albert Clarke
Oh, this circle that we are a part of. How the love just goes round and round and round -- helping us through the darkness, keeping the light on the path ahead.
A celebration of Courtney Cerruti's beautiful book: Playing with Image Transfers.
"it's really euphoric" and? I LOVE the way she describes growing up with her mom!
Whew-- yet again, time for me to fall back on the fainting couch already. SO. MUCH. GOODNESS.
"Don't spend time beating on a wall, hoping to transform it into a door."
- Coco Chanel
All the help you need to see your name in print is available to you now!
"I was so worn down and exhausted from recent experiences
I did not have the strength to handle simple everyday situations
anymore and did not even realize it. After coming back,
I have gotten stronger every day. I am able to tap into
the reserves that my time there gave me."
"My life has no purpose, no direction, no aim, no meaning, and yet I'm happy. I can't figure it out. What am I doing right?" - Charles Schultz
But, if we can actually align with the idea of rest, play :: HOLIDAY! :: then I think wonderful adventures can find us easily -- especially adventures that involve lying stretched out on the sofa with a bag of salt caramels at hand, oh wait, maybe that's just me?
"Harriet's web-class could not have come at a better time, when I was perfectly ready to create a physical representation of a heart, my heart. A heart full of love for life. A heart full of love for who I had finally become."
"Contemporary poetry is seriously vibrant, both young poets and seasoned veterans are producing phenomenal poetry, poetry that the general public would really enjoy if they knew it existed." - Sarah Sousa