Exactly to Plan. Not How I Imagined It.

Painful. Exhausting. Never Again. Thank. God. It’s. Over. I had imagined that I was doing my daughter a favor by waiting until just after her high school graduation to sell her childhood home.  The home I spent 4 months drawing up the plans for.  The one my father, husband and sister built in 55 weeksContinue reading “Exactly to Plan. Not How I Imagined It.”

The Drive Home – Last Oaktown Print

Almost two months ago, I decided to jump on an intriguing print exchange put together by the wildly successful Sketchbook Project folks.  I am one of 500 artists creating a 12-print edition using hand-made methods of printmaking; The theme is The Drive Home. In February, I thought, “That seems like a blast!”  What I hadn’tContinue reading “The Drive Home – Last Oaktown Print”

Moving Tribute

Where we love is home – home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts. ~Oliver Wendell Holmes The plan was never to sell this house.  It was our dream home, built almost entirely by my husband, father & sister while I worked alone running our business for over a year.  My 4-year oldContinue reading “Moving Tribute”