So, my nest is getting a bit smaller. Our daughter is leaving for college in two days--the weatherman says it will be 101 for move-in day. The good side: maybe my tears won't show through all the sweat.
I live on a farm in rural Georgia just a hop, a couple of skips and a jump from Atlanta-(unless you try to get there during rush hour.) I'm a wife and a stay-at-home mother of 4 kids, who are getting to the ages where they don't do much staying at home. I worked at a "real" job in graphic design for many years, but when the children started coming I chose to stay at home and watch them grow. It's been a blessing! My creative side has always found an outlet--whether making birthday invitations and Christmas cards, painting, or even making my kids' Halloween costumes. (Incidentally, they NEVER chose easy things like cowboys or ghosts--no, we had to be a Y2K bug or a box of puppies.) Gradually I found a new creative outlet, and began making papier mache figures. My basement was filling up, so I launched my website. I suppose the rest is yet to be written.