We arrived in New Jersey yesterday. We’ll be here for a few days to visit Eric’s mom and to take in the Cezanne exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum. Eric’s mom continues to make slow, gradual progress in her recovery. Our thanks to everyone who has sent positive thoughts and well-wishes.
This is also an important week for Eric’s sister. She is at the American Choral Directors Association National Conference conducting the National Honors Choir, which is comprised of 320 of the best high school singers. Cris is the music director/teacher at Cherry Hill West High School. This is quite an honor and we’re all very proud of her for this achievement.
A Little Brag
Last year I started to put together several vision boards; one for spirituality, one for home and garden, and one for my art/business. On the art/business vision board, I glued a picture of American Style magazine. American Style is a great arts magazine launched by The Rosen Group in 1994. With my vision board, I set an intention to have my work appear American Style magazine. And earlier this year, that happened.
In all the hustle of everything else that was happening this winter, I did not acknowledge the fact that one of my spirit messengers was featured in a Polymer Clay Co-Op ad in the April 2009 issue that arrived in stores mid-February. It is an honor to be featured in this co-op which features the work of more than 40 polymer clay artists, including Gera Scott Chandler, Luann Udell, Judy Belcher, Barbara Sperling, Tejae Floyde, and Tish Collins. This issue also has an article titled “Arts Focus: More That Meets The Eye” that spotlights polymer clay artists such as Kathleen Dustin, Dan Cormier, Jana Roberts Benzon, Ann Kruglak, and more.