I must confess: I've never actually tried porridge, but I am a definite fan of fairy tales, so here's some Goldielocks & The Three Bears themed kitchen art to cheer up your morning (no matter what's for breakfast!)
If anyone still happens to be reading this thing, I'm not planning on blogging again. I know: "What do you mean, confusing woman? You're posting this blog post...but you don't plan to blog again?" I'm just going to be trying to create a new habit of posting new work here when I list it in my Etsy shop. At this point in time, I'm not aiming for anything more fancy than that (but, of course, everything is always subject to change!)
If you prefer Tumblr, I'll be doing the same thing over there as well.
Or, of course, you can see my new stuff on my Facebook page.
OR (because options are good, right?) on this Pinterest board (which is pretty pathetic at the moment!)
Almost exactly a year ago, when I started this blog, I proclaimed 2011 The Year Of Transformations.
And it was. But not in the way I thought it would be.
What 2011 actually was wasn't very close at all to what I'd wanted it to be. What I'd mapped out. What I'd planned.
There was a lot of transformation. But it was transformation that fit me.
I don't know if that makes any sense or even what I'm trying to say.
I opened up my Etsy shop five and a half years ago.
And on one hand, the success I've acheived there...the fact that my art is now in places like Sweden and Italy and Oman...is just mind-blowing. The fact that I can sell art over the interent as my job is mind-blowing.