Monthly Archives: November 2012

Craft Show

  I will be at the Virginia Beach Museum of Contemporary Arts Holiday Craft Sale this Sunday, December 2, 2012. It is a curated show and I hope you will find the level of arts and crafts to be exceptional. … Continue reading

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I Wanted to be a Spiral

So, yesterday I wanted to make some spiral earrings – loose spirals. I must have tried 20 different times and my spirals came out looking terrible – either too tight or wonky. I can make tight spirals easily because the … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving 2012

I spent Thanksgiving at my youngest sister’s house in South Carolina. Here’s a little bit of my Thanksgiving. A beautifully set table. Rolls ready for the oven. Ham. We also had turkey, meatballs, and smoked pork butt. Miss college lady … Continue reading

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Getting There

Chris and I went to my sister’s house in South Carolina for Thanksgiving. I had never been to her house and was looking forward to seeing her, her family, and other family members, but not looking forward to the drive … Continue reading

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Loan to Betzabe

This is the 15th Kiva loan I have made. It is something I believe in. I believe most people want to work and earn their way in this world, but we all need help at times. Betzabe is seeking to … Continue reading

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Rustic Infinity Rings

Infinity rings have been popular on Etsy for a while. I’ve always liked them and wanted to make them. But, I didn’t want to do it if I could’t put my own twist on it. So I waited and put … Continue reading

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Ancestors

I am captivated by this underwater sculpture by artist┬áJason DeCaires Taylor. It honors those people who were thrown overboard the slave ships during the middle passage of the African Holocaust. I find it haunting, beautiful, and amazing. On my father’s … Continue reading

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