My to do!

Today is a beautiful day outdoors.  Flowers are gorgeous, I've got red birds flying all over, and the sun is shining!  Little one could ask for  to make the day better.  Well, other than do something about this:
To have this poor studio organized and cleaned!  That would make for quite a delight if I could walk in and it be in tip top shape.  Would I be able to find everything though? Sadly, in this state I know where things are "piled".  And it's Mothers day weekend.  Shouldn't have to tackle something like this, right?
So I find myself today working here, at the dining room table.  Doesn't look like art but it is.  The art of the art business.  See, I'm a writer.  Not like a writer of books, however I have started and not completed several over the years, but a writer of action plans, ideas, dreams, and start ups.
And for my studio to get organized, my soul to be happy, and for the stars to align I  must do the dining room table work.  The results of such will not be known exactly for a bit still but it is all part of my process. :)
And the beautiful flowers on the table are from my son for Mother's Day!  Doesn't get better than that!
So I'll leave you with a piece I did as a result of my participation in the CreativeGirl: Land of Light and Shadows class.  This is the second class I've ever taken and it was short and sweet and really appealed to my whimsical style.  Thanks Danielle for sharing!
                                                      Happy Mother's Day to everyone!


  1. Your studio space is like my bedroom,unfinished bathroom, fireplace hearth,garage and basement , I know exactly what you mean : )
    Love your whimsical painting and to say you only had 2 classes it is very beautifully done.

    Annabelle : )

  2. Wonderful painting. so whimsical. and summery.
    Happy Mother;s day to you

    1. Nicole, thanks for visiting & Happy Mothers Day to you as well!

  3. I love those cute houses on stilts! The watercolor background and flowers are so pretty! I am currently working with my own messy office and my current motto is - a little every day! Which seems to help. :)