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Tuesday, March 22, 2011
SIGNS OF SPRING
Spring is the time for rebirth and new beginnings. After some trying month, lots of medical tests and care, I am feeling much better. And so I am also starting a new cycle of rebirth, of new beginnings. A heartfelt thanks goes out to all my blogger friends for their well -wishes and patience. Thank you all for not giving up on me and checking in from time to time. And as this little birdie is ready to nest again....... so am I.
Because I seldom do things half way, I thought why not start nesting with a very BIG project, our downstairs bathroom !!!!! As you can see, it was definitely stuck in the sixties......all yellow etc., yack! We made do for many (way too many) years.
So I thought I share the process. This is the beginning of a wonderful endeavor. I have been dreaming about this for so long.
Our wonderful plumber and carpenter at work tearing it all apart. They have a lot ahead of them, while I day dream of things to come. There are many issues to overcome, a fairly low ceiling, the right drainage, and expanding the new tub in to the garage.
So, I will take you on a journey and hope that you will enjoy the end result, which I will share with you in the coming weeks.
Here is to nesting and a wonderful Spring to you all !
I live in a small town an hour north of New York City on the beautiful Hudson River. I am married to a wonderful and patient man who supports me wherever my fancies take me....be it antiquing, fleamarketing, decorating, etc.......
We have a great son and two absolutely wonderful and bright grandkids. I have been creating dolls and other creations since 1984...loving every minute!.....
My background is in fashion design and marketing. My birthplace is Germany where I lived my first 23 years. In my work, you will often see things that remind me of my childhood in Germany.
I have been fortunate to have been recognized for my work.
My dolls have been featured in Country Living, Country Accent,General Store,and Early American Life.
In 1997 I felt honored to be asked by the Folk Art Museum of New York City to display my work in one of their windows at Rockefeller Center for Christmas.
I will use my blogs to showcase my new creations and dolls that are for sale and you can still find me exhibiting at a few shows a year. Thank you for stopping by and please visit again soon!
God bless, Evi