OK, it’s not the most up-to-date photo, but somehow I’ve come to identify with this one. It says, “Me,” to me.
I live in Utah and I’m writing a children’s book.
I would like to become a published author.
I also do a lot of art, though recently I’ve only been writing.
Now that spring is nearly here, the garden will begin calling . . .
Update 9 Feb 2016: Things have changed a bit since I started this blog. The photo still says, “Me” to me; I still live in Utah (though I grew up mostly in California which is why the photo says what it says to me).
Uh, technically I’m still writing a (different) children’s book but my writing bone is currently at rest.
Occasionally I do a project called The Daily Sketch and there are some posts about that, but I should add more of my artwork hereon (most of the pictures are on Facebook).
Spring can come and go as it will. The garden may call, but ’twill be in vain. In the winter of 2014 I discovered pin loom weaving. A couple of months later I discovered yarn spinning via a drop spindle, followed by a spinning wheel. I also do a little rigid heddle weaving (didn’t even know what that was when I first began to run across the term).
Another of my interests is humanitarian work. I’ve worked with the now defunct Angel Outfitters organization–providing infant burial clothing for angel babies. I also make dresses for Dress a Girl Around the World, baby leg warmers for a local private charity, and teddy bears for Little Lambs Foundation (serving Northern Utah’s Foster Care children).
Anything else you want to know?