the pandemic suits my craziness
Fear and I have a dog-and-bone relationship. I'm so grateful I didn't chip that stupid mutt.
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July 2020 will ring in my memory for a while. Not because of COVID-19, protests, elections, or wildfires. On July 7, a video chat announced that I'd lost my job. For the third time in four years, unemployed. My inner liberty bell rang — time to quit trying. The job-loss showed me how deeply Autism* … Continue reading writing — because i can
What's happened around the bird feeder in my back yard shows a good example of how some people are not so different from squirrels. But maybe I should only speak for myself. A couple little fellas were hell-bent on getting to the birdseed. If the squirrels had just waited for the birds to do their … Continue reading destructive self-preservation
Please check out the main menu drop-down for links to my gallery portfolios. There you'll find a range of projects spanning several decades, from digital to charcoal, crystal jewelry to silk scarves.
A couple months ago, I started knitting again. It'd been about twenty years since I had a project going. Then it was a vest for Lucas, that never got finished. Lately I've been knitting mostly for others, and this scarf/headband set is for my dear friend (who is, by the way, an amazing therapist) Maureen … Continue reading last week’s project
It was one of those days... and this is what it's like. I’m sitting at my desk, staring at the screen, trying to remember what I need to do next. I’ve got 5 CAD files open, trying to integrate Interior Design with Architecture. It’s a project that’s been going on for 2 years, with starts … Continue reading brain fog panic
Just sharing a little watercolor sketch I posted on Spirit Train Chronicles a few days ago... It began as a simple idea - to loosen up my painting muscles, and say a little thank you to a friend who's been helping me lately. (The STC post explains the process more.) By the time I cleaned … Continue reading watercolor – for vala