Oh my goodness! All the excitement of Art Unraveled got me off schedule in publishing the CreativeTherapy catalyst for this week, so here it is: What is your greatest accomplishment? Here is my response: Biggest accomplishment? This was hard to choose. From a professional and educational standpoint, I have accomplished a lot in my 40
This week’s catalyst was a lot of fun. Since I have been doing a lot of fabric work lately, I decided to use fabric to show this one. The catalyst is “what is your first memory of love?” Mine is my grandmother. Grandma Miriam was one of the most givine and loving souls I have
Have you visited CreativeTherapy yet today? This week’s catalyst will really get you thinking! This week’s responses from the design team have been published. To the right is the art I created, but to read about it, you’ll need to click on the image and go to the CreativeTherapy blog. Have a great Sunday!
Before I left for France, I made myself finish one more catalyst since I knew I would be exhausted upon our return and that I’d have my treatment soon, too. Well, I’m so glad I did, because it’s Sunday again! And Catalyst 19 is now up. It’s “What is your quirk/idiosyncrasy?” Click on the image
Bon Jour, mis amis! Sunday again! That means it’s time for CreativeTherapy! If this works as it’s supposed to, I’m currently bidding “Au revoir!” to France and I’m on my way back home to the States! I’m also probably exhausted, so I don’t know when I’ll be able to give you a “live” update. But,
Today Catalyst 14 of CreativeTherapy was published along with the design team’s response. Take a look at the link for today’s responses. To the right is the page I created. To read my journaling, click on the picture and it will take you to the page with the current catalyst. Don’t forget to participate and
There is really not much to report here. No art to share… The good news is that I’m feeling well. I’m exercising regularly, making sure I’m ready for all the walking we’ll do in France. And, happily, I’m also finally shedding some of the pounds and inches that have been bugging me for a while.
I’ve been quiet the past few days, but not because of my health. I’ve been focused on sewing and painting for a gift I created for my mother-in-law as a Mother’s Day gift. I’ve had to keep it under wraps, because my MIL reads my blog regularly (*waves to mom*)! It’s to the left. It’s
This week’s catalyst for CreativeTherapy was “The best part of today” I created my entry using the drawings I did while I was with Angie on Saturday. It’s always the best part of the day when I’m with Angie. When I’m not, the best part is the meditative act of drawing. As a result, the