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Wednesday, August 24, 2016
It's A This and That Day Today For WOYWW #377 (What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday)
Hello and Good Morning Blogland Peeps... Today, for the 377th What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday over at the Stamping Ground I am sharing a bit of "This and That" which is going on in my life right now... Firstly, here are some blurry pics of my workspaces:
Blurry because it is still dark now at 5:00 am in the morning here in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia, Canada...
Messy, because I have been cranking out work non-stop to meet my design team commitments as well as getting those five canvases ready for my first Student/Teacher Art Show (I am a student. The poster for the event arrived this week...
And YES! That is my canvas in the centre of the poster... that was a Happy Day! And More Happy... this wonderful little packet arrived from Dorlene Durham - check out her blog Crafts In The Comand Center), she sent me these hollyhock seeds from her garden in California. They arrived in this beautiful envelope she created... Thank YOU Dorlene... I will be planting them in our garden this spring!
And the other Happy Mail I want to share is this wonderful card that arrived from a lovely new team member on my Susan Weckesser Creative Team; Ms. Debra Davison (check out her blog: Meticulosity) I love that she created this card from paint sample chips from the hardware store!
Thank you Debra and Dorlene... your kindness really made a difference in my world this month as I try and focus on the those "little things" that are really "Big Things" as I try and make sense out of an unexpected loss of someone who was a both friend and a huge influence in both my personal and art life. The empty space she has left in my world is very large, and I am trying to come to terms with a World with out her in it. Here is a wonderful little video created by a local TV station which showcases Christy's wonderful personality; she had a big smile, an infectious laugh, a huge heart and an even bigger talent - it was too soon!
So with a sad and heavy heart I am signing off and trying to keep my perspective by focusing on the Simple things today.