never fail to surprise myself. I hit a roadblock, and I might sit there for what seems like forever, and suddenly, it comes to me. Usually it's nothing I expected, nothing I really wanted and certainly nothing ordinary. But it is usually something I needed, so I've learned, over the years, to enjoy the ride, to savor the journey.
I believe that if someone tried, they'd have trouble pigeon-holing me. But that's goodness - I don't mind being called a writer, an artist, a photographer, a mom, and grandmother or daughter. Different roles bring out different aspects of me. I'm looking forward to finding out what my future roles may be - any guesses?
The doll you see on the bottom - she's an art doll I make with a friend of mine. That is another part of that creative monster hidden inside me that demands equal time, craves to create and experiment. And sometimes that creature is very, very silent. Those times, I can honestly say, are rather boring to me.
The horse is a colored pencil painting I made over a decade ago. Unlike the dolls, the artwork I did is too precious to part with, so whenever I do draw, I know it's not going anywhere outside of the family.
I also doodle whenever I get the chance. Sometimes it's silly nonsense, like creating a sunset out of a scribble on a scratch piece of paper. But other times it's ideas for dolls, or sketches of characters, or simply something with a touch of beauty to make me smile.
Rounding out my life is my incredible family, and my crazy pets. You can see them at Photos and Pets. My sons hate having their photos taken, but someday, I'll hopefully get to share them with you.
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