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

Friday, January 2, 2009

Happy 2009!

Welcome 2009!!
~~What is it about a new year that always feels so fresh and full of possibilities?
2008 was a good and hard year. In some ways I feel like it flew by and in other ways it feels like a lifetime was packed into that one year. We had heartache and grief, joy and thankfulness. Every end of the emotional spectrum was covered in 2008.
~~Like I mentioned before, December was a whirl-wind for us and I feel like it's going to take a bit to get back into the blogging rhythm again. I miss it a lot but just haven't had too many spare moments lately. Our days have been full and fun. We've been visiting with friends and family, building with the new "girl" Legos and "girl" Tinkertoys, getting sore elbows playing Wii, and just enjoying time together.
~~I do want to take the time to thank each and every one of you. Thanks for taking the time to stop by and leave thoughts or comments. It means so much. You encourage me to keep moving forward in Motherhood, art, and life. I treasure the friendships I've made through blogging.
So Happy 2009! May it bring you all you're wishing for.


Valaine said...

Happy New Year :)

60 toes said...

Happy New Year to you sweet friend. I am not sure that I would have made it through 2008 without you. I am serious. :) We miss you.

Jo Castillo said...

Hi Kasie, Thank you for being here and a Fine Art Friend. I have enjoyed our chats via cyberspace. Hugs.

Anonymous said...

Ha, ha...Wii. I know some parents aren't fans of video games, but for me and mine, it is a bonding time when we learn about ourselves and each other. Funny how our little cartoon characters have the same fears and issues as we do when we face challenges. So much easier to make a leap, or face the bully when it's just in cyberspace....
Seriously, tho, I'm still recovering from shoulder and thumb overuse injuries!! ;0)