Things don’t always work out right the first time (or two). Like the first batches of stickers I made. They were kind of experimental since I’d never done them before, and I used super cheap paper. But you learn (quickly) … Continue reading Don’t quit. Stick(er) with it.
Me: “What do I really want out of life?” Husband: “Snacks.” Well … Okay fine, yes the man knows me too well. But SOMETIMES there’s more. Like now: Presently, what I want out of life is to get a few … Continue reading Art shows: Spring, and also Valentine’s Day
I love when the internet offers up a good idea for a change. I follow Ashlyn Carter on Instagram — a copywriter who offers lots of good tips on how to find your voice, etc etc etc. Last week, I … Continue reading Choosing a word of the year
See if this is you: ✅ relies on coffee for sustenance ✅ embraces positivity✅ likes cats and/or octopuses (or know someone who does) ✅ will be in southern Mass. or northern Rhode Island on Dec. 7, 8, 14 or 15 Does that fit … Continue reading Stock up on positivity (and holiday cheer) in Fall River and Pawtucket art shows
They drive me nuts. They make me panic. They stress me out. And I wouldn’t trade them for the world. Am I talking about stepkids or paintings? Trick question I guess — it could go both ways. In a way, … Continue reading 3+Me: Thankful for the panic
If you love a thing, do it. Don’t let anyone tell you not to. (Including yourself.) Don’t talk yourself out of doing something just because someone else might not approve. Do it for you.☝️ Not because it’s what other people … Continue reading Do it for you
“Repeat after me,” my stepdaughter instructed. “Ok,” I hesitated. “H,” she said. “H,” I repeated. “I.” “I.” “Hi!” she squeaked, combining both letters. “Hi!” I echoed, minus her squeakiness. We were standing in line at Rhode Island Comic Con in … Continue reading 3+Me: Elijah Wood and a dragon