Thursday, August 18, 2011

Well, hello there.

Hello to friends old and new and thanks to Noah Scalin and Angie Neimand for mentioning me here and here.

Who makes tons of houses, is backlogged in photographing those houses, and is way behind in updating her 365 blog?

This girl.

That photo of yours truly is by the lovely and talented Heather Addley of 365 Days of Heather.

So, let's catch up, shall we?

I have been making tons of stuff. In fact, it's cramping my studio. So many freaking houses, and they seem to be growing! But I have not had a chance to photograph them or blog, or I get hung up on the details.

I actually have blog posts that are created but have yet to post because I have not taken the measurements of the houses to post in my little format. Silly, right? I know. But what's a girl to do?

Well, this girl has been plowing ahead focused on the project with the hopes to catch up on the blogging soon. And I have started working with a printer to produce the Alphabet Houses that I created for this project.

And, you know, I've been working my day job and proofreading fifty-page term papers for my cute hub, the WerePanda, and writing the syllabus and lesson plans for a course I teach to college BFA seniors, and I am going back to school to get my MFA in Graphic Design. And I am also working on some non-house related art too, which I will tell you about here soon, I promise. (Oh, and we have pictures of the WerePanda's finished house tattoo done by the fabulous Amy Black that I have to post!)

And guess what ... I am going on staycation tomorrow! And in addition to starting the course that I teach here and getting ready to start grad school here, I am going to be catching up on The Happy Homemaker. So, more to come soon. I promise.

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Oh, how your comment about not posting due to lack of measurements resonates. I do love consistency. Once started, all must retain the exact. Same. FORMAT!

  2. I never once doubted that you were still creating! What an inspiration and a busy, blessed life you have. <3

  3. I adore your house project. Have you painted a house on a rock? I saw this book: Painting Houses, Cottages, and Towns on Rocks by Lin Wellford whilst in a bookstore one day, and I had to have it. Oh, how I love tiny adorable things. I have gone on scavenger hunts with my daughters just to find the perfect rocks for painting houses. Sounds like a really crazy 365 project, doesn't it? 365 houses painted on rocks? I'll just do the thinking and not the doing. But I know one day that you'll catch up on your project and be famous.

  4. Hello! I must paint on a rock as well construct out of rocks. Added to list!