Coloring outside the lines

Textures by Kim Klassen: Let Go, 50% soft light and Nancy Claeys 0331, 70% soft light Coloring outside the lines is a fine art. ~Kim Nance Why do we always insist children color inside the lines of pictures in coloring books? After all, if they don't color inside the designated lines, they won't make the … Continue reading Coloring outside the lines

Uncovered past

It's still sitting in our driveway. But it's a lot fuller now. After the floor came up and back splash came down, Entrepreneur wanted to move to the basement storage area. AAGGGHHHH! I jut want it on record that I'm not a hoarder, but admit there's a lot of memories stashed away in that area. … Continue reading Uncovered past

Project 64: Sepia

I love pottery. Especially when I know it's been made by an actual potter and not mass produced in some manufacturing plant. There's something about creating with your hands that is so satisfying. And it doesn't need to be pottery. It could be photography, gardening, sewing, drawing, painting music composition, etc. It's more about the … Continue reading Project 64: Sepia