Monday, December 29, 2008

Shout Out

I don't have much to say today. My brain feels a bit like the bobidiboo song that is on my playlist here. (Oh come on, turn up the volume and enjoy the music-the playlist is at the bottom of the blog...i updated it to reflect my mood today) I'm back from the trip to see Cody in Biloxi ( I can spell it correctly now). I spent the entire day yesterday trying to get things back in order at our house.

I got a new camera for Christmas. I think it will take close ups better....much better.

I've been thinking a lot about the New Year and where I really want to be going with my art. Do I want to continue with Etsy? Do I want to pursue other means for selling which would be what? Just what do I hope to achieve with all this? Anyway, I'm certainly not down about all this. I'm just always excited by the New Year and all the possibilities. It is funny to go back and look at my new years posts from the last years.

2006 in anticipation of 2007

2008-Jan

Anyway, I would like to take a moment to shout out to two of my dear friends who seem to have gone underground or into hiding of some sort. (joking)

D Baker-Got your very creative little Christmas card and I enjoyed reading about updates on you and your beautiful family. I added one particular song on my playlist for you and me today. You will know which one it is!
M-Got the ornament-So appropriate for a Texas girl with a flavor for color and glitter!!!
Love you both.

Well, gotta go shower and get to work! Back to work.

4 comments:

Pocket Full of Prettys said...

Hey girlie, sorry to be such a downer @ lunch today. But I do feel better. Love ya, Renea

M said...

sweet Les! thanks for the shout-out! i love you! and it was wonderful to see your biloxi pictures -- i loved the foggy pier shots.

you are an inspiration and i know 2009 will be a great year for you -- no matter what direction you take!

here's to '09!

jennalee said...

how exciting, I love a new camera, happy new year.

Sabii Wabii said...

Well Miss Funky,
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas. And hope you figure out what to do with all that great art your doing. When you figure it all out drop me a line. I think I'll just ask everyone else what there New Year plans are and pick the best. That sounds a bit easier than writting up my own!
Terisa...off and running with scissors