I’m pretty sure I might be the only person they know who lives in her car by choice, makes a hobby of getting lost and, when asked nicely, will give complete strangers a little companionship on spiritual exercise. Continue reading Hence This Post
You know all that stuff I wrote in October about not being that good at designing web pages? Well, heh, I’ve got a couple web clients and one of them needs a redesign of their look and feel. I’ll be working from existing artwork and I’m feeling pretty good about that, so I think I’m well placed to give it another go. I’ve found myself some good design resources, a cool mentor and a few neat Meet-Up groups.
Web dev business started – Check. Continue reading Station Report
Whew, what a whirlwind these last seven-ish weeks have been. I’m right back in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, and gearing up for some creative expansion. I’ve just started a two week series of informational interviews with friends and strangers; thriving professionals in their field involving art, teaching, writing, and entrepreneurial practices.
I am giddy, and a little nervous, about this new venture. Looking forward to building a business practice that somehow involves creative process and product. Until I’ve gotten through the interviews, I’m not exactly sure what I’m in for or how long it will take.
I think that means the quantity of time I’m spending in Minnesota will be racked up in the ‘unknown’ category. The quality will rock. Friends and family abound. I’m being hosted this month by a dear couple, at the always awesome D&D B&B, and I’m sure good times will be spent working in their beautiful yard, hanging out around the fire in quiet conversation, and putting some puzzles together. Other than that, it will be nose to the grindstone.
Hope your autumn will be colorful and your harvest is rich in love and friendship.
The bonus of having a broken computer and needing to stop at libraries for internet service is that I get to meet more nice librarians and see some beautiful, old library architecture. Continue reading Library Stops
More pruning and shaping of my creative career tree.
As much fun as I have making things. And, as much as I love every aspect of selling at art fairs from set up to tear down, my passion doesn’t boil enough for the carting and storing of large amounts of product. I like my life of few things, though I’d like to find a way to do some art shows all the same. I guess this one will sit on the back burner for now.