Category: intentional life

57 Page Journal Project

    Page 1 of the fifty-seven page journal project is done… I also sorted through all the fabric, lace and trim  in the studio. Stuff that I don’t love anymore has been bagged up to donate or thrown away depending on it’s potential. And as a result of looking through and handling the pieces,…

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The Broken Bowls

  I bought a set of bowls… They weren’t expensive and I didn’t really need them, but they were pretty – painted in bright colors and I felt happy when I looked at them. So, I bought them and brought them home with me. I used them that first night. The dog smashed the biggest…

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And…another plan

Two blog posts in a row! And…a new plan of action. I’ve talked before about how I bounce back and forth between liking a bit of homey clutter and thinking I should just ditch all the stuff and become a minimalist (or a quasi-minimalist because I’m pretty sure I can’t go all in on that…

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Found Objects

  Art Term Found object A found object is a natural or man-made object, or fragment of an object, that is found (or sometimes bought) by an artist and kept because of some intrinsic interest the artist sees in it (definition from the Tate galleries website)   Finished!  I actually really finished the canvases. While…

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Getting There

I’ve worked on the canvases. They aren’t done yet, but I have gone and gotten a new phone, cooked part of Easter dinner, thought about cleaning house and bathed a dog. I also played games with the family, took a nap, cleaned two offices and am writing this blog post. So, this weekend was not…

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