This is Jazzy, she is staying with us for a few days, while her parents get ready to leave the island.
Today was a very cloudy, rainy and windy day. This is the sort of day that I struggle to keep a positive frame of mind. When I arrived home, I noticed these beautiful bright pink flowers were in full bloom in the corner of my yard. Clearly, they had been in bloom a while, but... Continue Reading →
I didn't want to use an excessive amount of photos in my sete pecados sociais/seven social sins: part III post--therefore this is simply the images of the exhibition gallery space in the beautiful Angra Museum.
I have new glasses! And yes, I find new glasses super fun. I suppose that is just another sign of adulthood? In reality, I have had my new glasses for several months, but since I ordered them through the mail--they didn't fit me properly. I could only stand to wear them about a day before... Continue Reading →
I have received my plane tickets back to the US. By the time I arrive on the east coast, it will have been over 2.5 years since I was last in the states. It is sort of crazy how quickly time passes. I am also very grateful to the travel agent back home who helped... Continue Reading →
I was surprised I slept as well as I did the night before my opening. I know I spent at least an hour awake, attempting to find a comfortable position as my mind raced with anticipation and apprehension. I felt like a child too excited and nervous to sleep before the first day of the... Continue Reading →
Today I am entirely filled with gratitude. I am utterly grateful for the opportunity to exhibit at the Angra Museum and everyone who helped to facilitate the show; my opening went very smoothly and was well attended. I am exceedingly grateful to all those who have supported my work through their purchases or simply with... Continue Reading →