I'm so excited - I've just signed off the final proof for artwork to be published on tea tins by The Naked Leaf located at 305 10th Street N.W. #103 (Kensington) in Calgary. It will be available in the shop next month. Can't wait to get mine. Also, more good news from another publication that is publishing an article I wrote which will be out later this month - excited to share with everyone once it arrives. Spring is always an interesting time for me - both physically and spiritually. This time of year is the most eventful as far as the weather on this side of the Rockies. A few days ago I was wearing sandles and then, the next, boots and a parka. In my home I like to take this time to 'lighten up', to go through closets and cupboards and let go of the things that I know I really don't need or necessarily appreciate as much as I should. By nature I'm a very organized person and tend to feel slightly claustrophobic when I'm surrounded by too much - too many things, too much on my schedule, etc - so I look forward to these times of cleaning house. And I always feel good knowing that these items will move to places where they will be seen and appreciated with new eyes. At the same time, I am always rewarded in return in other ways, with new opportunities and gifts. Reduce, reuse, recycle...it's definitely a great model.
Honouring the Ancestors
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