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The Butterfly house touches a soft spot in my heart as they aim to help rescue and heal children from modern slavery (trafficking) right here in my own backyard by providing them with a long term safe home. And through my Children of the King: Twirly Dresses collection you can help make a difference in a child's life by contributing to the building of the safe home.
The holidays are quickly approaching and it's time to start thinking about Christmas shopping. I love shopping for gifts except when having trouble finding that perfect gift for that someone who seems to have everything. I know a great gift that not only is one of a kind, but is sure to not make it's way to the "re-gift next Christmas" shelf.
Thursdays are usually my day to blog, and by the time that day rolls around I have my topic and thoughts all ready to go. But not this week. As I worked on the painting that is currently on my easel, I asked myself what are you going to blog about this week? What do you want to share with your readers?
I began to think about my week, and how life seemed to get the best of me. Everyday was something else (some good and some bad) that interfered with productiveness. When you have your days planned with certain goals, it is so easy to beat yourself up if you don't get those goals checked off your list. Anyone else feel this way?
The 30 in 30 challenge is over so what now?
When I heard that artist Leslie Saeta was hosting a September 30 in 30 challenge, I hopped on board. I love how this challenge gives that little extra boost to get into the studio, put paint to the canvas, and just play around with no pressure. I usually have an expected outcome in mind when I'm painting, but for these challenges I allow myself grace and flexibility to experiment.