Monthly Archives: May 2012

Art Lessons

I started teaching art lessons a few months ago, and I am really enjoying it!  “L” is a very imaginative and talented girl.  I don’t think I loved art as much as she does when I was eight.  It seems … Continue reading

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Looking through the sketchbook of an artist is a bit like peeking into someone’s journal.  It’s not like I’d be angry or offended if someone picked up my sketchbook and started leafing through it, but in my opinion, you should … Continue reading

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More Plantage

A terrarium is, technically, a sealed environment in which plants and/or animals are kept.  Like this one that I made last year: All I had to do was to mist it every few weeks and the water would recycle itself … Continue reading

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The Campaign Revisited

Eric is an exceptional man.  Life with him never gets dull.  His recent bid for the open US Congress seat in our district was a prime example of what it’s like to be married to him.  Towards the end of … Continue reading

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Ten Thousand Years…

…will give you such a crick in the neck! I am back, and so happy to be blabbing away in my favorite corner of the internet again!  These past couple of months have been a whirlwind, but the election is … Continue reading

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