The louder the cry, the more clear, the choice.

  Would you love me if I’m faded? Would you love me when I’m not new? If I tell you I’ve gotten ugly, face faded into old age, would you love me still? I am not a play thing. I am not a thing to … Continue readingThe louder the cry, the more clear, the choice.

Hiking sans babies

Went hiking this weekend.

Going Up the Country

Recently I went with my girl scout brownie troop, to a day trip at Camp Lou Henry Hoover. My troop was filled with parents who weren’t ready to let their little girls go overnight, so our troop just went for the day. I had forgotten … Continue readingGoing Up the Country

Clean Up the Town

Outdoors. Nature. Breathing. Living. Nature creeps in. I notice it everywhere. There are ghosts of things. Ghosts of people and times long ago…. I noticed that door and wonder to myself: who walked in that door? Who taped it up? What lies behind it? I … Continue readingClean Up the Town

Earth Day at the Ocean

On Saturday, to celebrate Earth Day, I took my eldest with me to Sandy Hook, to help clean up the beach.   We had to bundle up, because Mother Nature seems to be quite moody these days, and as such, it was a very cold … Continue readingEarth Day at the Ocean

The Moon, the Stars & A new Vlog Post

So, I made some new art:   This one was a do-over. I painted over an old painting I hated, and got this from it. This is layers and layers of Deco Art paints and paint sprays, scraping tools, fiber paste and mediums. This piece … Continue readingThe Moon, the Stars & A new Vlog Post

Journal Page Step by Step

I just finished a journal page, and managed to make a step by step video of my process. Here’s the video:       And the pictures:   This page is about intentions. What are your desires? What are your intentions?     I love … Continue readingJournal Page Step by Step

On Welcoming Fall

A person once asked me what writer’s block feels like. Being artistically blocked of any medium, does feel horrid. If you’re a smoker, you’ll relate to this: it feels like having the desire for a cigarette, and yet not having either cigarettes, or the money … Continue readingOn Welcoming Fall