Category Archive: Art

11 Proactive Decisions

Life is so crazy, isn’t it?  Maybe I just mean that people are crazy sometimes. (Myself included, I’ll admit. Sometimes.)  Everything you’re about to read occupies my mind nearly every minute of the day so if I’m slow to answer or confused when you talk to me it’s because I’m always just a lotta bit […]

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Google’s Mother’s Day Doodle Sucks This Year

As a mom, I can tell you that every single day of my life is spent “for the kids”  There’s little time left for me and even on the 4 nights a month that they’re with their dad I spend time doing laundry and dishes and living for my kids.  My youngest is 8 now, […]

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Officially a sewer

No, not a sewage sewer, a sewing sewer. Not sowing, SEWING. When I was about 10, my mom sent me with the keys to get something out of her trunk and I discovered our Easter basket presents hiding inside.  One was for me and one was for my sister.  One was a sewing kit in […]

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The art in our house

I used to fantasize about being able to afford to have a beautiful home.  I’m not the girl who has any specific design specifications, I don’t have a favorite style of decor. I tend to like modern decor more and more as I get older. I totally hate white walls, I am also not a […]

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Covered in paint…

In my definition of Gypsy, there’s a lot of art.  I enjoy painting. 15 Years ago when my soon-to-be-ex-husband and I were living in Lynnwood, Washington (curiously it’s an 8 mile drive that takes almost an hour sometimes) we had an apartment in a corporate housing area. Many of our neighbors were in Lynnwood on […]

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