I’ve been a little stuck since my illness, artistically speaking. Or maybe not stuck, but just not drawn to my studio. Without my notice, piles of wonderful creative ideas and projects had formed on the open spaces, piles with purpose. You see, I am a piler by nature. I like to put things where they go, or
Yes, I’ve committed to another challenge. I am going to do art every day in the month of November, and I’m going to share it with you. What creative thing did I do today? I worshiped and praised while taking a hike with some others from our homeschool group. God’s art is the most inspiring of all.
The Purge Stuff Challenge ends tomorrow. I am happy to say that a good habit has been formed. Each day I search for something to purge, and seems like there is an endless source. The basement should keep me busy for quite awhile. Purging has become a good thing, rather than a dreaded chore. It’s
This has been a good purging day. We found a homeschooling family that has nothing. Now all the books in my basement have a home, plus some old lamps, blankets, etc. I had the most fun purging an old box of elementary art of mine. A couple themes recurred in my artwork, witches and girls lost
I love small cars. My preference would be a Volkswagen Jetta or Beetle, or perhaps a Mini Cooper. Yet I own a minivan. With this van, we are able to haul food and dishes to serve meals at VERONICA’s Voice, we are able to give Miss Betty a ride to church each Sunday, we can
I can’t get my camera to connect to my computer! Ack. Such is life. Anyway, yesterday I done cleaned out my frig. Yep. (did you detect the twang?) This is a weekly purge that is a great habit. Before I make that weekly menu and grocery list, I survey the contents of the frig, freezer,