Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Don't Have A Lot to Say

Well, I have been just keeping up with life lately. My six year old is learning to read and write. He has been writing Valentine's Day cards left and right. He wrote to his dad, "You are the best dad ever. I wish you cood be in the book. But I still wont you here." By the book, we think he means the Guinness Book of World Records for the best dad category. I find glue, paper, scissors, markers, paint, etc. out all the time. Who am I to stifle creativity? Thank goodness for Crayola washable stuff. By the way, Windex can remove Sharpie from some surfaces, too.

I received Deborah Boschert's book in the mail last week. It is really wonderful. I am working slowly on a series of 4x6 pieces based on her instructions. It is more than instructions, it is inspiration, too. I am a fan of her art. When I go back to work, I am buying some, definitely.

Rebecca has great news over on her blog. I'll let you read it there. Suffice it to say, I get to say, "I knew her when..."

I am embroidering the fingers and nose on Nursing Mom. Then I have to figure out where to go next. I have to figure out what to do with her when she is done, too.


Debra Spincic said...

I sure hope you are not going back to work anytime soon.

Rian said...

As I trek around the blogs lately it seems a lot of people are having some "creative doldrums". Maybe The Universe is having a slow period.

Deb H said...

I think you are Super Woman with all those young ones, & still making time for creativity & blogging. I didn't start really getting creative until my nest was empty!

I saw we commented on Granny Fran's blog at eaxactly the same time!