I had a relaxing day in my hand dyed shirt and dress from our local county fair. I have bought several (many) varieties over the years. The designs are usually similar. To accessorize I wore a pair of heart shades I got on the West coast. Same sandals from Bass. George Rosa took the photo… Continue reading Neutral Color Clothing
Here’s an outfit I wore today that I wanted to blog about. The pink top is from Dollar General (they built one about a mile away) but the skirt is from our local antique center. The top was from a photo session, I wanted a different color so I hand dyed it with tea. I… Continue reading Style Blog!
Today I met a toad and took some quick portraits. I did some foraging and of course, admired myself and my art. I’ve included some photos of our summer encampment. My tent has a small hole that needs mending, and I would like to waterproof it again before I put it away. I use it… Continue reading Portraits with Toad
I spent the day thinking about the tasks I have to accomplish for the gallery and for our lives. I visited the art we have up and took some photos of the path. There’s a new mushroom, a new baby curl, and a new foraging routine. And I used ice to bulge out cans I’m… Continue reading My New Life at Little Mountain
It was rainy here on Little Mountain. The air feels fresh. Things feel clean and shiny again. Thinking about a garden. My art got wet but only on the inside. The outside was completely dry.
A path is emerging here at Little Mountain, carved by our efforts. We are exploring fashion, art and nature. George Rosa is in the business of educational technology. We have a lot going on. I meant to post yesterday but my photos wouldn’t load.
There is so much to do at Little Mountain. The list goes on for days. We could use some help with the chores and tasks. We still have our fair share of laughs and fun. It’s important to make the most of what we have.
I’ve returned to taking selfies on the job site. Here are some photos from my life. I’m working on making my blog and there is a possibility that it will become donation based so that I may accomplish more of my goals and dreams. Consider donating to my blog today.
Some of the items for Little Mountain are made, kept and stored at George Rosa’s lake house. I have been modeling for George since we met in Brooklyn in 2012. I have kept a room that I use as a studio in his home since he moved his business in educational technology locally. Most of… Continue reading Things for Little Mountain
I gave birth and started a home gallery (by appointment only.) Here are several photos from our Little Mountain. More to come. Much to organize.