Monday, June 2, 2008

way behind

Yet again I got caught up in the busyness of life. School is nearing an end which means graduation ceremonies, music auditions, soccer parties, end-of-semester projects, and exams. Most of which I did not personally partake in, but sometimes having the supporting role is just as engaging and time consuming. I have also worked on several retail orders which is always fun and rewarding. Shipment has gone out to shops like ink & peat in Portland, Oregon, field in Larchmont, New York, Eco-Artware, Washington, DC, and La Vie En Rose, Norwalk, Connecticut. This week I am finishing up a large pillow order for Juno & Jove in Sarasota, Florida. Needless to say my garden is badly neglected. Luckily it still looks green and and relatively happy. My evening stroll amongst the lushness left me most satisfied.
Hydrangeas and parsley in bloom.

Asian pears and roses.

Chard and allium.


  1. Look at you! You are so productive and your art is traveling EVERYWHERE! It's fabulous, I'm so excited for you! I'm sure your garden will understand :)

  2. it is such a busy time of year, isn't it?!...and all at once there is a list so long and the things we love to do get neglected, but they wait and are there when we return.
    it sounds like you have a very full plate, but full of beauty and greatness!
    look at that chard.

  3. Busyness of life is all me right now. I can totally relate. I'm so jealous of your garden! It's beautiful!


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