Saturday, June 30, 2007


I've been spending the week drawing oxen, in between filling a few orders from the shop. I got my first international orders this week, one each from France and Brazil! Also, I applied for Renegade Chicago. If I get accepted, I'm promising right now, I'm makin' some onesies.

Friday, June 29, 2007

Ah, summer

Summer means sleeping in your nice cool Staples box lid by the open window. If you're my cat, that is.

Monday, June 25, 2007


Chris and I spent the weekend in Virgina, petting animals, tasting wine, and spending time with his family. Sometimes I really wish I lived on a farm.

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Hee hee!

Jotterblog's interpretation of my "Robots in Love" card is hilarious. It actually is surprisingly close to what was in my head when I was drawing it. Thanks Jotterblog!

Monday, June 18, 2007

Monday morning

I am definitely doing the Renegade Craft Fair again next year. I had a great time sharing the booth with Leah from Go Monkey Design. She came prepared for every possible circumstance, which saved me some angst more than once. On Sunday my husband helped man the booth while I walked around with my friend Liz and drooled over all the delicious stuff. And I met my modest goal of making enough cash to pay for our upcoming trip to Virginia. I'm taking today off. It's amazing how exhausted I got from basically sitting for 2 days...

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Almost ready...

The Renegade Craft Fair is in about 2 and a half days! These letters, which are made out of un-sellable "dud" cards, will be part of a display I'm making for my booth. My goal is to make enough money to pay for our trip tp Virginia the following week. (We Pricelined everything, so it's kind of a modest goal!)

Saturday, June 9, 2007

More Prints...

I got some lovely canvas embossed paper at Kate's Paperie and made some more prints of my paintings. They'll be for sale at the Renegade Craft Fair next weekend, along with lots of other goodies!

Thursday, June 7, 2007

Southpoint Park, Roosevelt Island, NYC

That's my husband Chris, playing ukelele in the grass on a Wednesday afternoon.