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Day 216 – We All Know

“When my daughter was about seven, she asked me what I did at work. I told her that my job was to teach people how to draw. She stared at me, incredulous, and said, “You mean they forget?” ~Howard Ikemoto You don’t forget how to sneeze or to sing – these are things we are […]

Day Fifty seven – Tis the Season!

Today is the biggest shopping day of the year!  I’m not big on waiting in lines and fighting crowds so I stayed home today but I love the Holidays.  I love the decorations, the lights, the parties and the food.  I love to wrap up the presents and change out the colors I use each […]

Day Fifty six – Macy’s Day Parade

I am truly thankful for having such a wonderful husband!  Doug has been cooking up our dishes we’re taking to his Dad’s house shortly while I make my Art Apple – that’s love! My parents took us to the Macy’s Day Parade one year.  There are three things I clearly remember.  1.) My Dad lifting […]

Day Fifty four – I’m taking off my Camo!

I have Ankylosing Spondylitis.  That is extremely difficult to say and proclaim to the world.  I have spent the better part of the last ten years hiding this part of who I am.  I don’t think I’m alone or unlike so many people dealing with any of these similar inflammatory autoimmune diseases (Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriatic […]

Day Forty nine – Happy Appletini!

I have been emailing and becoming friends with a lot of new people I’ve met since I started making my Art Apples on October 1st. Christine sends me great apple ideas and today I received an email from her after she saw yesterday’s post saying that she was going to suggest an Appletini but it […]

Day Forty six – Post it – Art Apple A Day!

I need my post it notes!  What did we do before we had these simple little pieces of paper? Blackberries, Androids, iPhones – phaaa.  They are wonderful and I am addicted to my Droid but paper and pen will never… ever… go away.  Please no.  You cannot replace what you can touch and feel with […]

Day Forty five – English Cottage Apple

Art Apple – Day Forty five Don’t you think that life often puts things in front of you precisely when you need them the most. I subscribe to a Newsletter from a really cool website called Brain Pickings and today it arrived with a TED video talk that completely captivated me.  A woman by the […]

Day Thirty six – Little Black Rain Cloud

Some days it feels like a dark cloud follows you around.  If that cloud could just be Whinny( oops! Winnie) the Pooh!  Guess that’s what I get for whining 🙂 I was due for my Remicade infusion today but just found out that it will be at least another month for them to get the […]