How is it September?! I honestly don’t like being so busy that when I sit down to type it dawns on me that the month is half over! (Such a
pessimist realist, I know.) Well, this weekend was no different than the previous million. But it was however the first weekend in a LONG time that they hubs didn’t have anything pre-scheduled so he was quite the dear and peered over the tower of laundry he tackled to watch me furiously work on my computer. I have been busy designing my business cards, flyers for coffee shops, and mailers/info brochures. And two out of those three complete is not bad. He put down the vacuum long enough to help me out with a little graphic design project for church too. We also managed to squeeze in there a beautiful sunset (power) walk via a new route. Upon said route, I discovered a gem of a little street and a house with a solarium (and chandelier!) This little street seems to have magically transported itself from our old home on Cape Ann in Massachusetts. I love finding city treasures like that! And one of the best parts of the weekend was that I got to go peek at my new studio space that is currently under construction. As we walked through the metal maze of 30ft-tall beams, I had butterflies in my stomach. I still can’t believe I’m doing this. As we left my studio, we stumbled upon the studio of artist David Adickes. Simultaneously creepy and amazing — and so inspiring to go big or go home!
1. Sunset walk | 2. Graphic Design Project | 3. David Adickes | 4. The view for most of my weekend | 5. A solarium on my secret street