Friday, April 23, 2010

Another good day . . .


Another good day! It was a wonderful day for teaching a PMC class at Stamping Details with two great women. This was the type of class where it felt more like play than work, and a good time was had by all! I am inspired to work on getting some more ideas out there and to put together a couple more classes that will bring some freshness to my teaching - I am ready for that (thank you Tamsie!). I am listening to the universe and my BFF - neither one of which has ever steered me wrong!! Looking forward to a relaxing weekend of reading, some more of Mystele's online art lessons and a couple of good movies I hope! See ya'll next week!

2 comments:

The Artful Eye said...

I really love these recent paintings you have posted and the use of one in your blog header. You are finding your way and what a wonderful way it is.

abovethebirdline said...

Hi Aunt Debbie! I've been thinking a lot about you lately, and just stumbled upon your blog. I remember you telling me about it when we were all at Rutabegorz, and for some reason it's taken me this long to actually give it a look. I'm glad I finally did. It's been a great read, and I'm loving the pictures. I've always loved your beautiful work!
Anyways, I thought it was interesting that I got this card/gift card/letter from you and Uncle John just minutes after I'd been thinking about you! I want to thank you so much for the sweet things you wrote. It made me choke up a little, hehe. Though your advice wasn't "witty" by your standards, I know how valuable it is, and I'll be soaking it up like a sponge. Also, the Target gift card from you two couldn't have come at a better time. Reece and I will be shopping there today for some groceries :)

Gosh, so many things to say... I also never got the chance to thank you for the handmade journal you gave me. So beautiful and unique! You really are mindblowingly talented. I'm on the last few pages of a journal that I've been using for about a year, and yours is next in line. It'll be reserved for my most creative and precious thoughts.

Well, know that I love you loads, and I hope Uncle John is tearing it up on his fiddle! I'll be following your blog and keeping in touch more often.

Love,
Chelsea