I love art! I love looking at art, surrounding myself with art and of course creating art. Here are just a few jewelry pieces that I have made and some mixed media watercolor paintings.
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I moved from NJ to Kansas at the end of October of 2013. My husband is in the Army and this is where we got stationed. I am not too happy about this move and adjusting has been difficult. First, I have a phobia of tornadoes. When I say phobia........I mean like a serious phobia. My heartbeat seems to accelerate and I get all dizzy when ever I hear rain and thunder outside. I really don't know how I will survive three years here. In addition to my extreme fear of tornadoes, there is nothing to do around here. Not much art and the shopping isn't too great. But I can't blame Kansas, I am from NJ and lived only 15 to 20 minutes form NYC. So I will always compare places to the previous places I have lived in and I have always lived in or near populated urban centers.
What I miss most about NJ are my cute niece and nephew. My sister has two children. Rosko, a cute 4 year old poodle and Lilly, a cute 2 year old Pomeranian.
Aren't they just adorable. I MISS THEM SO MUCH
I have been stuck in my house for two days now due to all the snow. It has been difficult especially since I have a coffee addiction. I ran out of coffee a day ago and have no caffeinated beverages in the house. I will definitely have to stock up for the next snow storm.
Anyway, Today I have been having fun creating a handmade journal.
I love journals but have never really tried creating one. I have seen many mixed media artists and bloggers create amazing journals and I thought I'd give it a chance.
And in addition to my journaling I am reading Unfurling by wonderful artist Misty Mawn.
And an image of myself wearing my handmade bohemian wood earrings. I really love making jewelry. They are like mini paintings that you can wear!!
Welcome to the Let's Talk section of my website. This will be the section where interviews, discussions, and sharing will take place. We can think of this place as a private cafe on the moon.