Wednesday, June 16, 2010

art saves lives

While I normally hate bumper stickers, I love that one because I believe it is true.  It is saving mine these days.  Today I got a few hours in at the studio and while nothing momentous came of it, I had fun playing around with some "what ifs."

This is a start...
 
                     



  So much fabric, so little time!  Tomorrow is a nonstop day: early doctor's app't for me; late afternoon one for Marty and in between, I have scheduled lunch with a friend I don't see enough of, these days.  Then at night, Josh's "graduation" from elementary to middle school.  Friday I hope to get back to work.

7 comments:

Gerrie said...

I am worried about you. Your life is so hectic lately. I hope you will have some down time to breath and make art that will nurture you. Tonight is definitely a start.

Gail P said...

Yes, art does save lives!!!! Sending you heaps of hugs and remember to breathe, that alone helps.

Karoda said...

hangeth in there Rayna! enjoy your lunch tomorrow!

Diane Wright said...

I'm in my own little panic...so much fabric, so little time...too and I don't have your hectic calendar. Gosh, I don't know how you do it. But you do! In glorious color!

Connie Rose said...

Take care of yourself, Rayna! I love those snippets of a quilt to be!

Ruth Anne Olson said...

it's fun to just play with our fabric and see what comes of it.

Beverly said...

Yes, it does-saves lives, saves sanity. I hope soon your life and obligations slow down a bit. Take care of yourself, thanks for the hug from Laura- I sent one back your way!