March 28, 2012

home is where the studio is

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Or is it? I returned "home" last night after an exhausting 9 hour drive and it seems that I've grown discombobulated. Home is now in two different places and each time I arrive at a destination, it doesn't feel like home if I'm not with my other half. Know what I mean?

At any rate, I'm at the original location which houses my permanent studio and THAT I'm happy about. I missed all of my things. Seems that you can't take it all with you when you go - believe me, I've tried.

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But enough about me. Let's talk bags.

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I'm ready to work on new ideas which will be lighter and more airy - like the season - with a touch of leather for good measure. For those of you who are looking for full leather, it'll be just a while longer.

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I'm excited to carry on with all of those ideas bursting to be free from my sketchbook.
Can't WAIT to share them with you. Soon.

Have a wonderful day. Create.



1 comment:

  1. I'm sorry to say that I have missed the entire story about you having two places. I can tell you it is an odd feeling indeed! I actually had a hard time deciding what house was going to be the real one, many tears have been shed..where should I stay the most? It has been almost 7 years now and the Little House is the main one but I've found that having everything I need at both places is working out much better, especially emotionally....Misery loves company! xxoo

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