Fall, Flowers & Childhood Creativity

Every weekday morning I invite you Behind the Scenes at my studio.

Today: It’s so great to be back and to be feeling a bit better. I’m also excited about guitar, May Sarton, geraniums and thinking about my creative history – and hearing about yours!

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May Sarton & Geraniums

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  1. Rhonda Lorch says:

    My childhood memories of creativity are vivid. My Dad often worked evenings which meant that Mom and the kids played! Mom sewed everything I wore for years so the sewing machine was often set up on the kitchen table. My brothers and I ‘picnicked’ under the table with easy finger foods and the whirr of the sewing machine. After the picnic, the Beach Boys albums came out with lots of singing and dancing and general hilarity. Crafting, ceramics, cross stitch, gardening, painting, coloring, knitting and sewing were all part my growing up years and I am so grateful that I am to this day a ‘maker.’ Now as I contemplate retirement, I know that there will be no shortage of things to do, make and celebrate!

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