The Next Folk Art Chapter

   Sometimes you feel yourself going through growing pains in aspects of your life, and these few months I’ve felt these things when it comes to my art. Folky, chippy, Americana growing pains. I’ve felt the need for fresh eyes, fresh brushes, a fresh take on my business. You may have noticed this in various […]

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A Visit To Tasha’s House

The Rookery on the Tasha Tudor family property     I decided to write this special post first just to get it down while it’s relatively fresh. My memory is so full right now, but I know that the details will fade, the feelings and images too. Must get it down, while it’s still lovely […]

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Friends, Flowers, and Cross Pollination

          I can tell from the flashing lightening and rolling thunder tonight that springtime has officially arrived in Oklahoma! All week our evenings have been filled with thunderstorms and turbulent weather, while out days have ranged from meek and dreary to apologetically sunny and dazzling.     Our days have been so full […]

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Little Adventures

     We’ve been busy around here for the last week! We’ve taken on all sorts of adventures on the road and at home– from researching our house, to cutting front teeth (yes, STILL) and taking a road trip up to Kansas to visit the Little House on the Prairie Museum in Independence, Kansas.  Earlier […]

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Vermont: The Snapdragon Inn

     During our whirlwind tour of New England, Emily, Alyson and I were lucky enough to be invited up to a friend’s inn in Windsor, Vermont. We set off in the evening, so it was the dark of night when we finally got to Vermont— beautiful at night but we knew it would be […]

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A Scottish Morning

    This weekend we jaunted off to the Oklahoma Scottish Festival, on a morning that was so perfectly Scottish, it was practically plaid. It had been rainy for a couple of days before and so things were damp and green, and the sky was cloudy and there was a bit of a chill. Combine […]

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Kid in a Candy Store

                        Of all the things I’ve inherited from my father– the brown eyes, the curly hair….probably the most prominent thing I’ve inherited from him (and now passed to my daughter), is a passion for chocolate.  We crave it. We adore it. We pout a little […]

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