Category Archives: art

Don’t Mean to Blog, But…

October 5-8th 2021 . The very fact that I’ve barely blogged at all for the past six months is indicative of how inundated I’ve been. To be clear, I am not complaining. I understand my life to be a rich … Continue reading

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Apple Picking 2🍎22

October 3rd 2022 . Sakes alive we went apple picking. I had no gigs because I didn’t make it to Amsterdam. Been here before but this year my peeps are looking unusually tall, even for them: And I was even … Continue reading

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Class Pet: Pascal

Thursday, August 5th 2021 . So it’s my daughter’s turn to host the classroom pet until summer’s end. Pascal the Gecko promised to be low maintenance and we love animals, so it was a no brainer to agree. Some things … Continue reading

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At Rise: Mom at the Dentist

Monday, June 28th 2021 AT RISE: Mom is at the dentist’s office getting settled in the dentist chair. Assistant: Here you are. [Starts adjusting equipment in the room.] Mom: Thanks. [Starts feeling an almost imperceptible pulsing between the left and … Continue reading

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Maker Space – aka: Supplise!

Saturday, May 29th 2021 . . On this day I realized a vision that had been years in the making. Yes I gather and accumulate a lot of crap. I also conserve a lot of resources and make a lot … Continue reading

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Carrot Talk 🥕

Friday, May 28th 2021 . 2021-05-28 Carrot Talk 🥕 [0:29]: . 🥕🥕🥕

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Ack! Some Kindness for Your Back

May 2021 . I just love the inspiration in this little TikToc. Pasting it here for reference, and in case anyone out there needs some Lower Back Love! .

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UNMASKED & ENTITLED at NORDSTROM RACK

Friday, May 7th 2021 Simply too fun not to share. (And too short not to watch!) . UNMASKED & ENTITLED at NORDSTROM RACK [0:36]: .

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Gavin’s Animation

May 7th 2021 . On this day my son sent me an email from school with this link, titled “My Animation!” . I don’t know how he did it, but I do love it. Maybe sometime we can add sound. … Continue reading

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Hospital Clowning: The Epidemic’s Epidemic

Wednesday, April 28th 2021 . It’s no wonder I never managed to post about my first day back in person after a pandemic year of performing remotely; it’s the end of my second day back now and I’m pretty wiped. … Continue reading

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