A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasant surprise of being asked to join a dear friend on a journey to Sedona.
How could I refuse! A break from life for a week was…well…inviting.
But before I could leave, I had some things to tend to. Good things!
Harvesting grapes with my brother and family, working at the Rock Bend Folk Festival under the Art Center of St. Peter tent, entering my work into the Prairie Lakes Regional Art Show, and an interview with Polly Giantonio about my work. She is a fabulous writer, and this is what she had to say. Thank you Polly for capturing what I do!
Soooo ready to do some hiking,
soaking in the sun, watching the spectacular sun rise and sun set, and visiting the GRAND Canyon.
What were the most frequented activities? Hiking, relaxing, and eating healthy organic food with wonderful newly found friends and old acquaintances while taking in the beauty surrounding us.
That was what last week looked like for me.
When I came back to reality, I found my computer was having a bit of a temper tantrum from neglect, and decided to take a hacienda of its own!
At the touch of the enter/return button…it went black. Nada. Gooood night to you!
After two independent diagnostics, and a trip to the Apple Store, I was grateful to hear a technician say that he was able to wake it from its stubborn and discombobulated slumber.
Message to computer: “While you were sleeping” – I was creating! 😀
PS: Please don’t do that again. You were lucky this time!!!Live fully,