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Mar 30 2014

Remembrances of Oakland

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My blog was completely deserted after moving from Portland to Oakland two years ago. I guess it stands to reason that I was preoccupied with resettling into a new environment, then with running my business in the high-rent district that is the Bay area. Most of my time was consumed with creating my line of […]

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Sep 12 2008

Hoping for an Indian Summer

Summer is a busy time for me. Between creating websites, creating art, and doing art shows, I manage to keep myself pretty busy. The summer weather is extending through September, for which I am especially thankful. I recall that last year around this time I was already lamenting summer’s end. Fall is gorgeous in Portland […]

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Aug 08 2008

Pathways to Transformation

It’s been a long haul this summer. After the three month limbo which finally led to the move to my current home and studio, I had a long process of settling in. Such things are difficult for someone of my Canceran temperament. Since my home is central to all aspects of my expression, I felt […]

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Aug 10 2007

Burning the Night Oil (once again)

Published by under art,artisan markets

ohmygosh… it’s almost 4 am, so why am I starting a new blog entry? I have to laugh at myself because I’ve been on this computer for hours. I’m excited to say that I’ve finally created a new etsy store, so I hope to be up and selling my stuff to a wider public soon! […]

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Jul 10 2007

where have I been?

I never know if anyone is following this blog or not since the only comments I get are from cheap pharmaceutical companies selling viagra. If anyone IS out there, you may have noticed that I’ve fallen off of my posting habit for a couple of weeks. So what have I been up to? I’ve been […]

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