June already?! Seriously??...time goes so fast for me and I try so hard to keep up with my blog but it's just impossible. There is only one of me and too many jobs for this one me to do everyday. I've been staying busy with a lot of new work and playing music with my awesome partner, Danny. Sister Redden Hair is playing every week and it's festival season so a lot of special events and private parties are being booked all the time. Our Beatles show is coming up next week and I can't wait! Danny and I are both major "Beatlemaniacs" and we have our own 2 hour Beatles concert that we perform. It's a lot of fun and a lot of audience participation. I wish, wish, wish we could do nothing but perform that show all year long!
I've already had a busy few months with some really great photography jobs. They all bring me so much happiness...I can never stress enough how much I appreciate my clients and the support of my work, I am so thankful for every opportunity. My jewelry designs continue to evolve and grow and I have to work in those extra work days, too, just to let the creativity flow. I'm thankful God made me an artist, I can't imagine what life would be like any other way. Friends say I need to slow down, I need to rest more, but honestly, I enjoy having a full plate. I like the constant juggling act. I look forward to the next task and keeping my focus on my to-do list. We only get to go around once in this lifetime and I'm squeezing everything I can out of every single day I'm given!
I did take a little time in my garden last weekend...planting, weeding, and watering. I love my gardens and the time alone in them. They are my sanctuary away from the hustle bustle if only for a few hours. So there we have it, I FINALLY got a few minutes to share some thoughts and what I've been up to with you. Who knows how long it will be until next time so take care of yourselves, be kind to Mother Earth, and love each other! :)
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