Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Thoughtfully Blended Hearts is a new adventure for me, in that blogging is something that I've recently discovered and enjoyed as a reader. My next step is participation, although I'm sure I'll be slow learning and make many mistakes. I welcome constructive criticism and advice from other bloggers but please save the negativity till I get my feet on the ground and start running though. Painting has been my passion for many years and I'm beginning to get back to it after a long hiatus. Life got in the way for many years and now I find myself wanting to address the artistic side of my life that has been neglected for so long. I began painting by learning Tole and Decorative painting and had a successful business for many years. That business allowed me to be a stay at home Mom, which was the most important job in my life. I'll be forever grateful for those years and I am indebted to all of the wonderful people who financially supported my business. I had the most wonderful customers (most turned into lifelong friends) who made me feel all warm and fuzzy. Thoughtfully Blended Hearts is tribute to my marriage to a wonderful man. We have been married almost ten years (that's a decade!!!!!!Yeeks) This marriage is the second for both of us. We both have two adult children (for a total of four) and now have two grandchildren and an adorable grandpuppy. We've definitely had to be very thoughtful about how to blend our hearts in order to make our home. I love seeing photos on blogs so I will try to include as many as I can while I'm participating in this. I got a new camera recently so I'm also learning how to use it. It's a Canon Rebel and I'm loving it. The animals in our home are so tired of being photographed I'm afraid they'll run away from home so you'll be seeing Zoe, Buddy and the tough ole cat we call "Snakebit". I'll write about each of them pretty soon.

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Intense...the best description of living and loving life that I know...without intensity, life is mediocre and without definition...