The weather has been so beautiful that I think we are all in heaven! (A little humid today - but that's better than cold and raining.) I wanted to catch up on my gallery exhibits with my guilds and things from last month. Believe it or not - I did sell a doll! Happy dance here and Garden Imp has found a new, happy home! I am so happy - I know that Ted would have been saying I told you so - he always had faith in me.
I had two of my dragon bookmarks at City Hall in Glens Falls - they didn't sell, but I bought a beautiful photo of two deer in winter while I was there - so I'm happy dancing for that too. Sometimes things just work out right.
Yesterday I went over to my uncle's and we had a fourth of July picnic. It was nice to sit and visit and EAT! Down side was that my Aunt was in the hospital - but she is doing better and that is a happy thing - we visited her a couple of times and she looked good by the time I headed for home.
I'm working on some stuff for a craft show in North Creek, NY in August. I'm hoping to get a few pendants done and maybe some more of the Viking Knit chain too. Thinking, Thinking, Thinking. Miniature food items might be fun too. You never know where my mind and clay will go.
Well, have a good night - back to work tomorrow.
- I am a mother and a grandmother. I was married to my best friend, Ted for over 17 years. I am now a widow - but have many wonderful memories. I am an incredibly proud parent and grand parent. I am very blessed. I live with five frisky cats, one extra large swim-e fish aptly named - Fish. Fish is a very old member of the family too, like over 18 years. There is also a five year old crazy dog named Wolowitz in residence - kind of in the middle of nowhere - but I kinda like it that way too. I worked for a tax department which I don't find at all interesting or full filling and just a blur in my mind now. My main time soaking love, outside of the family and friends that are very dear to me; is creating and making artfully crafted objects that warm people's hearts and tickle their souls. Who could ask for more than that?