There should be more emphasis placed on “loving the skin your in”. Many fail to comprehend that their skin is the largest elimination organ their body houses. Our skin is the 1st barrier of protection! I also advocate that you need to support your skin nutritionally from the inside out too, however, there are times […]
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Life is al about changes. Have you read the book, “who moved my cheese” ? I love to revisit it. Take a hour or two and read it if you haven’t.
I’m going through my life Box by Box and it’s hard. It’s like rowing against the current for me. But, I have to look at it like this, one Box at a time, one day at a time. Slowly but surely I’ll get there!
Life is full of trails. One turn on the trail sets me on a different course in life. Another keeps me on the same path. Wonder and amazement of relationships keep me going. Sometimes I don’t care what trail I should follow, but constantly curious what I want to do. I’m in a place in life, where I only want to do what I want to do… Work for myself, enjoy friends and family, live for the sunshine and warm weather.
My course is changing, I still want to open my own business, but more than that; I want to make stuff-Clay, Silver, and art work. And I want to hang around creative people and surround myself with positive influences.I am looking for motivation, nurturing, beauty in life, simplicity with a clear path on the trail of life.
The warm weather is finally here, and school is out. It is time to get into the winter studio and sweep it out. I can’t wait, It is always so exciting to get the studio functional after the long winter. The kiln exhaust hood has been ordered and is going to be fabricated this month, then it will be installed in June. While it is still spring, I will revamp the website and put the finishing touches in it for sales and presentation. I will notify everyone, when it is a functional piece of art, ready for public view.
I can’t wait for the warm weather to come. Each day signs of spring show up. The grass is peaking through the crispy leaves weathered by the winter. The buds on the tree outside my window are developing and ready to release. I saw a robin, on a friends roof top, drinking water from its perch. All around are signs it is time to start living again.
The return of daylight saving time is this week-end, remember to spring forward on Saturday, March 10th before you go to bed. Oh how I long for silent sleep in the weeks to come.
Moving slowly toward a new beginning…
I arrived back in Colorado as a graduate of The Institute of American Indian and Alaskan Native Culture and Arts Development (IAIA). My Certificate is Business and Entrepreneurship.
It is the end of June and I am making progress toward my artist studio. I have a few details that need to be accomplished before start-up for actual business, an exhaust fan, winter weatherization and heat. With luck, I will be right on schedule.
I am determined to get the studio and work space operational in July, so I can begin to practice my craft and develop my ideas.
Deploying it is very gratifying. It will be fun to take the business plan from paper to production.
That’s all for the time being, more to come next month.
Today is a fresh start.
The new website is:
This new site will be elegant, the old saying “less is more”, is true. I yearn for simpler ways and simpler tasks, with all the complications of the old website gone. If you want to building a website, cargocollective is great!
The business plan is final, but it is a living document–I’m sure there will be changes, testing, , prototype, and everything that comes with a new business.
I am excited, I am able to concentrate on my new start-up business now! I project a launch date of January 2011.
When I arrived in Santa Fe, NM–I was told It was not by accident. I wondered what did that mean? I am sure it was an awakening of the law of attraction, that I have met you on this journey. For I was not ready to meet you before now, mentors and peers. I want to thank all the people, who have crossed my path. I am sad at this time, but glad our paths have crossed.
I am finished! I graduate from Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) with my Business & Entrepreneurial Certificate, on Friday May 13, 2011.
This is a good day!