Sharpie, watercolor, collage. 2018.
Watercolor & watercolor pencil. 2018. These water pens are my new favorite painting tool, by the way.
Postcard Project Day 2. Watercolor, glue, ink pen. 2018
I have a looming art deadline – a show with my dad in August (more on that later). However, before I can make any art, I need to clear a physical and mental space for it. Just coming out of two years of work on my master’s degree has left me with scarcely any freeContinue reading “Postcard Project Day 1”
As I got out spring decor this year, I realized I did not have an egg carton wreath for my own front door, even though I was certain I had one somewhere in the basement. Nope. No luck, the wreath was absolutely, nowhere to be found. It was then that I realized I had assistedContinue reading “Egg Carton Wreath”
Yup, that is delicious banana bread on a scratched up plate. Told ya long ago I don’t stage my food items. 😂 Although, soon those charming 50s countertops won’t be featured in this blog anymore – more on that later! This recipe has been the most delicious normal-recipe I’ve experimented with – it’s classic bananaContinue reading “Old Take on Banana Bread”
It’s wild to think that the last baby shower I threw was almost 4 years ago, when I was pregnant with my youngest! Now, we are showering the friend who helped throw this last shower. Today, I updated the baby shower game, What’s in Your Purse?, and thought I would share the new and improvedContinue reading “Updated Baby Shower Game”
Christmas 2017 is over, and while I’m usually feeling blue about this fact, this year I’m staying positive. My kids have been delightful, and I’m savoring every holiday moment with them. They helped decorate the tree, decorate cookies, helped shop for family members, helped wrap gifts, helped clean, and generally helped by being loving andContinue reading “Best Bean Dip”
research brief trauma hayes This is my summer grad research brief, I have spent the last few weeks reading, highlighting, discussing, pondering, and writing my heart out on this topic. Now that it is done, I needed somewhere to host it, hence the blog post. Share this. Read it. Think on it. Implement it.Continue reading “Just Stress or Something More?”
Summer break for a teacher means rest and relaxation, right? Well, some of the time, yes. This summer I am taking a couple of classes for my master’s degree, one of which will wrap up at the end of July. In the meantime, I am finding ways to procrastinate doing the work. Hence last night,Continue reading “Kids’ Art Center “