After many years of using this website only as a gallery, I am now prepared to open up conversations on all kinds of topics. Art is obviously a passion of mine. I have studied art all my life but I have also studied language, mythology, psychology and nutrition all my adult life. I'm a jack of all trades and master of none. I am a God fearing individual. I hate politics and think most of what we see on the news is a huge performance. I don't watch cable T.V. or use social media or have my own cell phone. I love my country, I hate doctors and vaccines and prescription medicine, I'm a gluten free vegetarian, I love being a mom and. I'm also not as narcissistic as I just made myself sound. My point is, I guess, that I have a lot to say and I'm going to say it right here because this is my little slice of internet. I hope some people listen and feel entertained or inspired or disgusted or whatever.
I have kept a journal all my life and still do to this day. It has come in handy many times in recalling memories that would have otherwise been forgotten. I am a transcriptionist by trade, so I appreciate the art of preserving records. My husband is obsessed with old time music and he has taught me everything I know about being a street performer. I was dabbling in music when I met him and then became a full-time busking act on the road with him shortly after we met. We traveled for three years in various vehicles, ending our journey with our lovely short bus whose name is Miles. He is now primarily used as a recording studio.
I guess the last important detail about me is that I have been battling Lyme Disease for about a year now and that has been a really interesting and eye-opening struggle that I would like to talk about in some more detail at some appropriate time in the future.
I hope to attract some followers to my blog. I've been a writer all my life and now I feel ready to go public with my ideas. Thanks in advance for listening and thanks for being lovers of the arts. I'll leave you with this cool picture of me and my one year old at our camp on top of a huge gorge above the Rio Grande in Taos, NM last year.