Tuesday, October 27, 2009
This weekend is the Gifts & Wishes show at the Coast Collective Gallery! Come shop amongst some fantastic and unique art for wonderful Christmas gifts! Thursday 12-8, 6-8 is the grand opening of the show, most of the artists will be there and there will be munchies too! Friday to Sunday 12-5. Come on down!!
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Studio DTQ blogged about this little owl! She's got a great blog with lots of unique, cool items. Some would make great Xmas gifts! I was thinking about these little guys the other day, I have an idea in my head for a feathered goddess with some bird charms. Maybe she'll have a raven and a little owl!
Monday, October 19, 2009
In all the years we've had horses, I taught full time, we've never had our own riding ring. WELL that has changed. We now have a small sand riding ring and an area where a round pen will go in. Eventually we'll have lights too! It makes Indy's daily re hab sessions a lot easier! It's easy to harrow it with our quad, all though the quad seems to be on it's last legs!
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Morrocan Moonlight I am often drawn to the colors and textures in rocks, I find myself often looking down a lot as I walk. This bead reminds me of a small forest pebble, waiting for something special to happen. Lots of earth tones, lightly etched.
Thursday, October 15, 2009
On my trip to turkey this summer we flew into Ankara airport. I expected it to me a lot bigger than it was, I was hoping to find some more of the blue bowls I had fallen in love with. The shield pattern on the one side of this bead for some reason reminds me of a local girl we met while waiting in the airport. She was heading to north america for a wedding, wearing a scarf with typical Turkish style patterns in it.
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Indy is doing well and is on to his rehab. He's got to be hand walked, which did NOT go well the first few days. He had a lot of energy! He's up to being lunged now, lots of brisk walk and then a little bit of quiet trotting. His lungs are definitely not normal, but we are hoping if we work him lightly and keep and eye on things we can slowly improve his lung function. I have to admit it's not very much fun hand walking and lunging so much!