Sorry, no paper crafting going on right now…I have been baking this week.
Have a good weekend!
HorseSpirit Arts Gallery was located in Old Ellicott City for the devastating floods of July 2016 and May 2018.
Robin and Max have found a new home at Historic Savage Mill, and the Grand Re-opening is TOMORROW!
There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10:00 am.
Historic Savage Mill is located at 8600 Foundry Street, Savage, MD 20763.
There is limited parking near the Cotton Shed Building. I usually park in the West Parking Lot and walk through the New Weave Building (there are stairs involved in this route). You can exit the New Weave Building lower level to the lower parking lot where the New Weave Building meets the Old Weave Building.
Hey, Happy Sunday!
I want to share happy news about one of my blogging friends today.
Lekha and I actually met through our blogs a few years ago, and it turns out we live within about 40 miles of each other geographically. So we have actually met in person!
Recently, Lekha has published a book titled, “The Thirsty Crow & The Crow and the Fox”.
The two tales are so sweet, and she has done a great job with her illustrations.
Here is a link to the book on Amazon:
And here is a link to the post on Lekha’s blog that announces the book:
So proud of her for pursuing this dream and seeing it through to fruition! Congrats, Lekha!
Mike and I live in the same county, and we “met” through our blogs.
Here is the list of questions that Mike asked me to answer:
I printed the questions and have had them on my craft table for 3 days. They are very introspective questions, don’t you think?
Obviously, the goal for questions 1 – 10 is the answer YES. (Other than #4, I was born a scorekeeper (just the way my brain works)…I am working on it!)
And, NO, I don’t know the meaning of life!
Thanks to Mike for the nomination AND the kind words. Please go check out his blog, Threw Mikes Eyes .
I decided that I wouldn’t officially enter the contest.
A friend from college, Robin Holliday, owns an art gallery in Historic Ellicott City named HorseSpirt Arts Gallery. She sells my cards in the gallery.
The gallery was flooded by the July 2016 flood, a “once in a thousand years” event. Robin fought back hard, and had it reopened in 3 months.
Well, Historic Ellicott City flooded again this past weekend. WORSE than the 2016 flood. The water was 2 feet higher on the first floor of the gallery, things were ruined, floated away, or got buried in mud. (My cards sit by the front door – I am assuming they floated down the street to the Patapsco River, like last time.)
My heart goes out to the family of Eddison Hermond (who lost his life in the flood), to the residents, to the business owners, to the employees.
If anyone sees my mojo, send it home – I have a lot of cards to make.
I arrived home Friday evening, safe & sound. Had a wonderful adventure with Offspring3.
We traveled around Europe for 2 1/2 weeks.
(As always, you can click on any photo to enlarge!)
All of the locations were new to Offspring3. Amsterdam, Brussels, and Heidelberg were new to me.
Salzburg is still my favorite place to visit!
Thanks for all of the comments and likes while I was gone!