Sunday, February 24, 2008
Oh the stress of deciding on an image for the final post!
I finally settled on this one after leafing through an old sketch book. It feels happy and I think captures what this blog has been for me - a collage of ideas and art and growing. I do feel a little sad writing this last post, but I also know my interest has waned, and blogging was starting to feel more like a chore than something inspiring.
So just a little housekeeping before I put this baby to rest...
I am going to leave the blog "live" for the time being. That means even though I won't be adding anything new, you will still be able to look at all the posts. I'm also going to leave commenting open for a few weeks. Comments are automatically emailed to me, so even if you comment on something from months back, I will get it.
The Flickr site address is www.flickr.com/photos/nadines-life
I find the easiest way to view it is by clicking on Sets.
My plan is to update Flickr on a more regular basis with both artwork and photos.
My email address is email@example.com
Well, I guess that's about it. Thank you, thank you for all the kind comments. It is a very fuzzy feeling to hear that something you created brightened someone else's day.
Thursday, February 21, 2008
I've decided to make this Sunday (which I think will be number 186!) my final post.
In lieu of blogging, you'll find me...
• reading piles of great books
• hiking with Jimmy and his handsome new backpack
• planning for our trip to Spain in May (yes! you heard me right!)
• painting, painting, painting
• being in the moment
Thank you so much for taking the time to follow this little experiment :-)
I'm keeping my Flickr site and plan to add images there on a more regular basis. And of course, you can always reach me by email - firstname.lastname@example.org
See you Sunday!
Thursday, February 14, 2008
I am leaving tomorrow for a weekend with my art group. We are sequestering ourselves at one member's vacation place in order to hunker down and get our "Narrative Timelines" written. Despite the task at hand (which we all seem to be having trouble with), I think it will be a great couple of days filled with food and writing and walks and creative support. And after procrastinating on this project for, how many months?, I am excited at the thought of actually having it finished!