Monday, April 8, 2013

Let there be light.....

it seems we are out of the
oh so grey winter we have had here...

I just want to ramble a bit today...
This is the first time I feel like I was just in a big ol' rut this winter!

I completed several projects,
went to several meetups with my fellow
local artsy ladies...
but I just felt sort of BLAH for the last few months.

Leaving Italy last Spring I was on fire...
Eating right, exercising, getting things done!

Then December came and one thing after the other
just weighed me down for some reason.

We have finally had more than 3 days of sun in a row
here and the time change made all the difference 
in the world for me.

I completed this weeks ago...
(sorry so grainy - Instagram)

I need to look at it every day!
Up earlier, outdoors more, cutting back on the sugar!
Starting a new Yoga program!
I'm a bit sad that
I won't be able to attend Art and Soul this year...
just could not justify spending that kind of money right now.
I will be going to vendor night though and to a dinner the other gals
who are attending are hosting for us locals.
I've decided to have my own little
what I call
"Crafturday Night Live"
with a few girlfriends.
This way I can share what I have and my knowledge
with some of my friends who are curious about what I do.

Do you do anything to help yourself out
when you are just sort of stuck?
I'd love to hear about it!

Hope you are having a wonderful kick off to the beginning of Spring!


  1. Hi Pam,
    I am so glad you stopped by my blog so that I could find your blog. I love your art, it's beautiful! I adore butterflies. They appear in my life randomly and often. Following you on bloglovin.


  2. I love your craft party idea -- I should do that, too. I totally relate to the rut thing. Hang in there -- it sounds like you're on your way back up!

  3. Sounds like you have lots of activities to get yourself going again! I tend to hibernate in the winter and am really looking forward to spring...but a big snowstorm is rolling in again this week! Thanks so much for stopping by my Bachman's house post!