And She Said Yes
In a moment of synchronicity. I found her art. She sells on Etsy. Regalos Del Sol. I bought these 2 pieces immediately. And love them. I asked her to do a piece with the image of Carmen Miranda I use on my blog. She said yes. I told her I wanted to learn and adapt the technique. And she said yes.
Have you ever looked at the people around you. And thought. The stars must have fell from the sky. The stars. Must have fell. From the sky. If I look around. At my friends. There are the stars. Sparky can knit two pairs of socks a day. And make stunning jewelry from simple jump rings. Happy is a magnificent weaver. Sneezy writes mystery novels. Pooky is a sculptural knitter. I am blessed with wonderful and talented friends (who no doubt are happy that these names brewed up for blogland aren't their real names...except for Sparky...because, well, she's known as Sparky.)
I have enough living to do. For two lives. One in which I'd work and travel. And the other in which I'd make art. It makes me sad that I can't do both. Full time work. Can be difficult. In that it leaves little time and space. For starshine.