Thursday, December 22, 2011

Thursday night and I am feeling a bit strange....































We had our secret Santa gift exchange today ...and red velvet cake...jello shots (no I did not partake there but they were so pretty to look at)...silly and wonderful gifts and just a n hour to share friendship for a year of hard work. Pat gave me a serenity fountain for my studio...and as soon as I clear my mess I promise to install it for quiet calm it will radiate. Marco gave me a super bag of stickers to replenish my stash for the studio. I am now completely ready to begin anew with creativity for my newest card creations. Yes, the cards are small ways to pay the rent ...and get warmed up when I arrive early in the studio. Thank you my dear friend Marco...I love working with you. I went for a couple of errands in the pouring rains.... at least it was not sleet, ice and heavy snows. I came home drenched and went to bed ...I am feeling a little under the weather . I do not have time for a stomach upset right now. I still have two more projects to finish tonight.

I delivered the finished commissions ...and then had them approved for my client. Then I wrapped them in silver and gold papers and added a special home made card to go along with the presentation. They have supported me as an artist ...they gave me a spa certificate for Christmas. I think I need to go for now...I am feeling a little green...I did not have a jello shot. Imagine and Live in Peace, Blessings to you all. Mary Helen

6 comments:

  1. This was Dan Alexander's last day of artist residency and he will move on to Corning, New York next after the Holidays. Dan is a remarkable young man ,gifted artist and we will all miss him. Happy Trails to you Dan. Blessings, Mary Helen

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  2. Hope you are not feeling so green anymore. Take care.

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  3. Rest up and feel better, you have been working most hard this season, now take some time for you. xox Corrine

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  4. May you have peace and joy during the Christmas season and the year to come!

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  5. I hope you are feeling better. Have a wonderful Christmas lovely woman.

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  6. Thank you all for your gentle encouragement and loving support as I make each day a gift to myself, my family, my community...my world here on Earth. Art is Powerful! Blessings to you all, Mary helen

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