Tuesday, December 14, 2010
mea culpa Cathy Spivey Mendola...
Last night I published a beautiful moon photo shopped... by a very creative woman who signs her images at the bottom... Cathy Spivey Mendola. I have been working on a year long project involving the power of the full moon... Cathy's image spoke to me and I knew if you hit on it you would see her signature ....so I do apologize for posting without clearly stating this was Cathy 's photo image. We have shared my apology by way of posts but I truly loved this image and wanted to share the moon image and tree with the others working on their full moon fiber journal.
I have had a very busy day but once again without heat in the studio...I visited the Grill's kitchen a couple of times to warm my back side on their oven :O)! Of course it was a very frigid day once again and I worked until about 4:30 and then ran a few more Santa errands...where is the time flying to so quickly? I usually do not think about the chaotic rush most of the time but I am having some trouble finding one or two things. We still have time... Santa does have a few wonderful elves working together.
I have an artist coming tomorrow to work on her commissions so I will be working on a small one of mine and we will share lunch time. I went to Michaels and picked up a few half price items and some blank cards and envelopes. I picked up a few items for the girls to paint while our cookies are baking on Thursday evening... it seems to help the time pass when their little hands are busy making a special ornament for the tree of 2010.
Ken and I met for an early dinner at Ruby Tuesdays but I skipped my Tea for Tuesday and enjoyed a very warming hot cup of cocoa. We are both wearing out a wee bit earlier due to this cold blast of weather. I am never completely warm anymore...I needed more time to get used to the cold I think. I did enjoy the clear sunshine on the iced frosted tree limbs this morning. The snow is so clean and fresh. Have a quiet evening and remember to pay your credit card bills promptly. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart