Monday, May 10, 2010

The Ending of a Season

Wonderful memories and new horizons. Thanks for all your love and support. This truly was a team effort.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Chaos anyone?

If an empty desk-top is the sign of an empty mind you now have a visual of my insanity. Needless to say, my obsessive-compulsive is desperately seeking Valium.
Six weeks and counting.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Too Cute Not To Share

Angie sent these pictures of the girls getting their hair cut and they were too cute not to blog-share. Bryce was here yesterday and we had to sit and go through them at least ten times. I am so glad we will get to see everyone next weekend; it has been tooooo long!

Thursday, February 25, 2010

The Home Stretch

In two months and one week my time at Dixie College will come to a close. Amber, Adam, and I will all say good-by to academia - at least temporarily for some of us. I am excited. . . and not. I have done things that I wouldn't do because there were deadlines and tests. I don't know if I can keep that spirit of motivation or even if that would be a good thing. My floors will be cleaner and Kent's meals more predictable but there will be many things I will miss: the delightful energy of the students; my interaction with professors; the gong of the campus bell; the smell of the art building. I will look forward to: holidays not simply seen as an interruption; losing that guilty feeling in the pit of my stomach when I am not being productive; making cards again; sewing; spending time with family; finding things other than school to worry about when the lights go out (ha).
So, it is over and I did what I did. I could have done better in some places, outright failed in others, and was occasionally the top of the class - kind of like life. When the final gong sounds we bundle it all up and give it back to the Lord.

Thursday, October 29, 2009

A Halloween Who's Who

I haven't put out holiday decorations since moving to St. George; the only exception being a $5 dollar 1 foot tall lighted Christmas tree from WalMart. This year as Dad was looking for black cloak he discovered these Halloween figures. I know we did these as a family, but I can't remember who painted what. If you recognize your little critter please let me know so I can write your name on it. It was such fun when we did these and I want to make the memory more complete.

Monday, October 19, 2009

Day of the Dead

My 3D class is doing a huge Day of the Dead display. It will involve all the students and take up the entire foyer of the art building. These 5 terrariums are my donation to the morbid cause. The Spectrum is supposed to do a story on our project. (I know, we are a small town).