The Art of Life
Photobucket I'm so glad you're here! "The Art of Life" is where I share my journey as an artist & Momma. It's a place where I hope to encourage other women that they are artists too. In this small little space I seek to share, document, and be reminded of God's wonderful grace, all around us. ....And I would be so happy to have you journey alongside me! So grab a cup of coffee and linger for a while. I hope you leave feeling refreshed. Photobucket

Thursday, January 31, 2008


I learned that you should feel when writing (painting), not like Lord Byron on a mountaintop, but like a child stringing beads in kindergarten: happy, absorbed and quietly putting one bead on after another.

--Brenda Ueland

~~We woke up to the most beautiful snow this morning! Big fluffy flakes falling down and it's continued all day. I'd heard that there was a chance for snow but I honestly didn't know how much of it to believe. After dropping Sierra off at school I grabbed my point-and-shoot to take some pictures and....the batteries were dead. Uggg. There's no way I was going to take my new baby (Rebel xti) out in this weather so maybe I can post some snow pictures after the batteries recharge.
~~I'm working hard on my painting. Today is the last day of January! I may not have it completely finished today but it should be done at least by the end of the weekend.

~~Just a tiny glimpse of the damage one 2 year old can make on a cold, snowy day. Lol, at least she's been having fun. Dustin mentioned making snow icecream tonight. I might have to look into that. I was a little girl the last time I had snow icecream.
~~I hope everyone is having a great day. It's naptime here which means worktime for Mommy. :)


Belinda Lindhardt said...

love the photos Kasie these are really nice :) cant wait to see the snow ones :)

Anonymous said...

Snow ice cream! Yummm!!! That is on our list of "things to do" today also. I have found that sweetened condensed milk is a great, easy way to make snow ice cream. A bowl of clean snow and just enough cond. milk to make it ice cream consistency. and no raw eggs. :-) How do you make it?