I've been writing this blog since March 2006 - that's three and a half years. My first entry has a photo of me speaking at the opening of the millennium journal exhibition in Haliburton. So much has happened in my art since that time, I've enrolled for a second fine art degree by distance, I've acquired an outside studio with large walls and good light, and I've had four solo exhibitions. All of those things and others have been listed here.
Yesterday, I made a presentation about a community project and it went very well. There was a lot of enthusiasm at the United church in Little Current about the circle quilts that we will make in the church hall on Thursdays. In the afternoon, I started going over what I need to do for my Fine Art Embroidery course that started last week. I'm going to Alaska in two weeks to try my best to be a good grandma for Everett and a brand new baby.
I know I'm very lucky to be able to be an artist, live on an island, have a full family life. I thank my readers for listening to me brag and whine alternately , as I pour out my intimate thoughts here. I don't know what I'm trying to say in this post, but I think it might have something to do with not wanting to do those Tuesday art quilting classes I promised.