Every year since 2004 I’ve had only one resolution…”Have More Fun.” I’ve stuck to it faithfully. This year I ‘m adding a few things to the list…
Get the Hull archive in order:
Sort my own work, including these boxes of work on paper that just came to light:
Consider getting a few very old things framed up, maybe including:
Time in the studio and garden:
Watch Sidney grow:
and then the continued amusements:
Happy New Year Friends!
On The Way brings such meaning to Life – I think you are some sort of “minister”…Thank you, Norma
Happy New Year my dear friend. Thanks for sharing that imagination of yours.
One of your best. A great way to start the new year. George
Lovely. All wonderful things to sink into. Today I have a fire in the fireplace, classical music playing, and I’m finishing up on some new art pieces for my upcoming show. What a quietly joyful way to begin 2014!
A couple of those older pieces you uncovered might be colorfully fantastic for Sidney’s room!!
Wishing you and Roger a superb new year.
Ooh, I want to draw more, too. And finish a quilt. And finish article manuscript. And meet Sidney!
we both so enjoy “on the way” and this issue did not disappoint. perhaps more of your hull archive will appear in future issues. certainly hope so. the ‘spare buttons’ drawing speaks to me. sloy
You have a wonderful plan for the new year!
So awesome to call you friend. May all your New Year dreams come true. I look forward to all your so creative blogs.
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I look forward to these beautiful little missives. They are perfect and bring sunshine on these cloudy winter days. Happy New ! Bob
What a wonderful world. Hope to see you in April
happy happy new year and thank you for a great year of your blog!!
once again, I love your drawing style ;))
Happy New Year and I so enjoy your blog. Your drawings from times past that you might frame are wondrous!
You forgot “Visit Boston” 😉 haha
Happy New Year! I love your artwork, especially your pen and ink drawings
Wonderful! Love the old pieces too.