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Thursday, June 17, 2010
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF MARLEY
Ahhh... so sweet. Marley is so little here in this picture. Only 6 weeks old! His birthday is coming up on the 20th! He will be two years old. He has become a big part of our family. Emalie adored him and Stephanie too. They took him for walks, runs and romps nearly everyday. Stephanie found him a best friend at the park, a sweet dog named Oso. We now coordinate our park time with Oso and his owner Pablo so the two can run wildly and play!
This morning I took a walk in the garden to see what was blooming new. And Marley was with me, smelling the flowers and enjoying the cool morning breeze.
Which prompted him to take a nap.
(I think his legs are longer, can he still be growing?)
I am an artist 24-7. If I am not creating for my company Lunar Designs, I am creating my own art. Creating daily keeps my spirits soaring and I am always seeking new heights with my creativity.
I started Lunar Designs in 1991 with the vision of doing resort designs to sell.
The name Lunar Designs came because I was working a full time day job and doing my own business at night: thus Lunar Designs. Over the years the company has evolved into a line of women's designs with a lot of whimsey and humor. Using words in my designs and my personal art has always been the icing on my work.
I do this solo mostly. I am in charge of creating, producing, marketing, you name it. I have my helpers now and then.. my husband has an endless supply of wit and humor and our array of pets keeps me focused on the really important stuff like living authentically and being aware of NOW! And my girl friends.. they are my
constant pool of resources.
The music you hear on my art blog is what I often listen to as I do my art. My studio is a ever changing
ever evolving place that I find great joy working in.
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