I am not fond of going to the dentist. It doesn't fill me with a paralysing fear. However, like most people, I just don't enjoy a stranger touching and scraping about inside my mouth (although, under those circumstances, I do prefer if he/she has the proper education). However, I was happy to discover, that the... Continue Reading →
"We have already been there twice, and they were free--so Dannon and I decided, you guys can have these."--Dale What? Here are some free tickets to Ponta Delgada--you know, because you give us nice gifts and it might have been your raffle ticket that one them anyway. Who is that nice?! My friends apparently. Wow--that... Continue Reading →
I loved walking into my house to be greeted (and slightly scolded) by two little dogs (and completely ignored by a cat) who haven't seen me in two weeks. I love them. Pets are family. Fact.
I had mentioned in a previous post that I was recently interviewed for an article for my hometown newspaper. It was published several days before my Sonhos Melancholia exhibition was going to open at the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, in Great Falls. I was amazed! It was such a striking layout and beautiful... Continue Reading →
I spent the day in Boston with one of my favorite humans, Miss Lylee. Despite the fact that I have never really been to Boston, I wasn't particularly concerned about seeing the amazing historical sights, specialty restaurants, or clothing shopping. Really, I was simply happy to spend the day with a friend I hadn't seen... Continue Reading →
I hated to say goodbye to my parents today. My trip was too short--but it was so wonderful to see them. I flew from Montana through Minneapolis to Boston, where I had a day-long layover. Luckily, I had my fantastic college friend, Lylee to keep me company. Hearts for a Lylee Boston sleep over!
Swenson Exhibit at the Square Written by: Jake Sorich, Tribune Staff Writer Mixed-media artist Carly Swenson, a Havre native now living on an exotic European island, returns to her roots with a photo exhibit “Sonhos Melancolia“ (Melancholy Dreams) at the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art. The show opens Tuesday with a reception from 5:30 to... Continue Reading →
I love being home visiting my parents. I also love my little furry siblings, Spot, Zoey, Cecilia, and my Isabelle. I have known them all since they were little puppies and kittens. Every home is better with the love of animals. Fact. Spot is now a sweet old lady at fifteen, but we still see... Continue Reading →
I spent the evening having delicious martinis with a couple of lovely humans who went to high school with me. It have been over six years at least, since I have last seen them. One is now a mother of two, both have good jobs, homes, and are leading happy adult lives. We laughed an... Continue Reading →