The blooms above are from my parents’ Brandywine Crab Apple tree. Aren’t they amazing? I really do love this time of year. Hope. Possibility. Rebirth. And flowers!
Albeit crazy and ever-changing we have found a rhythm, my little family of four. Thatcher is four and a half months old. Hazel just celebrated her third birthday. I don’t think it’s possible to understand how full life will be with children until you have them.
Blessedly, chaotically, magically, maddeningly full.
There are simply not enough hours in the day to get everything done. The dust bunnies in particular are experiencing unprecedented gains (if you happen to pop by for a visit, please don’t look too close). And I have yet to figure out how to cook anything for dinner that takes longer than 15 minutes to prepare…
And yet here I am, trying to do more. As we settle into our new normal, I am slowly getting back to work. I have taken on some client projects and am actively submitting my work in the hopes of drumming up some new licensing deals. I have given my little blog a (small) facelift, and I have updated my online store. Check it out!
Please note that stretched canvas prints are also available. Contact me for pricing and information if interested!
To celebrate getting back into my professional groove, I am having a sale. Use the Promo Code: BackToWork for 20% off your next order (offer good through this Sunday, May 4)!!! Here are a couple of the prints I added:
Some other amazing things that are in the works:
The ever-inspiring Christine Mason Miller is offering a new e-course: The Conscious Booksmith: A Mindful Approach to Creating Your Book.
“Do you have a book in your heart that just needs to be written and brought to life? Then this is the course for you.”
“Mabel is a print magazine that is here to tell real stories about making a living and creating a life. At Mabel, we’ll be talking about the different ways we support ourselves in the world—stories from entrepreneurs, artists and small biz owners about how they’ve gotten where they are—it’s not always pretty, it’s not always tidy, but it’s always beautifully real . . . please join us!”
Lovely, exciting, and inspiring. I love to see artists spread their wings and fly.