I’m blessed to be part of a family of creatives. And while each of us has our strengths, we all dabble in multiple endeavors. Writing, painting, sculpting, photography, cooking, sewing, modeling, gardening, crafting, if it’s a thing that involves making things, we do it.
Oct2019052019 / Oct / 052 people read this post.
Oct2019012019 / Oct / 01
After a long hiatus, I’ve decided I want to do NaNoWriMo again this year. I completed it every year from 2003 to 2010, then life got a bit crazy and… yeah. But the time has come to make it a priority again.
So to get back in the habit of focusing on creativity every day, I wanted a warmup month. Hence Blogtober.2 people read this post.
Apr2016042016 / Apr / 04
Earlier today, a friend posted this photo on Instagram
Now, the fact there is an Instagram that exists, on which my friends can post these things, that is found on the Internet, told me my initial suspicion was correct, but I glanced at the upper right corner of my 27” iMac just in case. Sure enough, it’s the year 2016.I was here and read this!
Dec2015202015 / Dec / 20
Yes, I jumped aboard the Mason jar gift trend train, whipped up a batch of just-add-water microwave mug cake mix, added some festive fabric and ribbon and a cute little instruction card, and just like that, three gifts done. For women.
And that’s where I paused. For women. It is so easy to do this sort of thing for women. We love cake that happens in 40 seconds. We love cute. We love the little glass Universe of infinite possibility that is the Mason jar gift.
So I said to my best friend, who happened to be nearby and happens to be a guy, “We should do stuff like this for guys. Guys like stuff in containers, right? We should do Mason jar gifts for them.”2 people read this post.