Well the short answer is…. I’ve been making a baby. The longer answer is… finishing school, adjusting to the idea of being pregnant and then a parent, working like crazy while I still could, making room for baby, knitting, sewing, … Continue reading →
I am a procrastinator, and my husband is a doer. We are both over planners, so more often than not we end up coming together somewhere in the middle. It’s actually quite miraculous how it sometime works out. So… two … Continue reading →
Several years ago my amazingly talented husband embarked on a journey to compose the score for his first ever feature animation. Animation it turns out take forever to complete, but it was worth it. He wrote, produced the entire score … Continue reading →
Today is November 8th, and in the USA we are having our long awaited, much anticipated, and thoroughly dreaded election day. This years election has highlighted a deep divide in our country and sparked dangerous misogynistic and racist rhetoric that … Continue reading →
Today finally felt like fall! I woke up to cloudy, grey skies and rain. It was mostly overcast the whole day and never really got above 64. I am not exaggerating when I say, it is a cold day in … Continue reading →
When I saw this Imperial Yarn pencil roving I knew immediately what I wanted to make with it. I have owed my husband a new hat for awhile. He loves hiking and camping, so I thought a wool cap was … Continue reading →
It’s not easy finding what makes you happy in life, but sometimes it seems the hardest part is just having enough courage to admit to yourself what it is. Jason Brown gave up a career in the NFL to follow is heart. Showing the world one sweet potatoe at time, that happiness is more important than money, image, or societal ideals. What a wonderful inspiration, and the kind of guy I would want to call a friend! Jason Brown knows all about the art of happiness!
Originally posted on Flavorwire: There is a fascinating interplay between the visual cultures of film and art. Directors have frequently used imagery from painting and other art forms to shape the look and meaning of their works. Earlier this week,…