Sunday, November 30, 2008
november has been one of my most favorite months this year. i am absurdly broke, eat soup almost every day, take the bus and walk everywhere, have absolutely no heat in my (increasingly colder) room, holes in my socks, have only 2 skirts to wear, and despite all that i have NEVER been happier, not since i was a little kid! i have the dearest of friends (my boyfriend and mimi in the photos above to name just a few), a cozy roof over my head and live next to a pretty green mountain, i really cannot ask for much more.
the show at together gallery last night was absolutely wonderful too. lot's of hugs, singalongs, friends, drinks, jukebox dancing and happy people abound. also ariel made julianna and i beautiful acorn needle sharpeners! thank you ariel :) i plan to wear mine as a necklace, a very functional necklace! pictures of the lovely acorn, my window design and of the show soon to follow.
Friday, November 28, 2008
please oh please if'n you can, make it down to together gallery (2314 ne alberta st.) tomorrow night for the family quilt show. many wonderful and wonderfully talented people are in it (including some of my extra favor flavs julianna and graham). i am also in the show with tiny creepy paintings about my winterpear spear hunting tribe! pictures to come soon.
drinks, music, holiday sweaters and happy people abound! how can you resist? also you can check out the window i designed (all finished by tomorrow afternoon hopefully!) and how much you hate/love/meh/feel the holiday vibes/want to kick me in the shin (from) it maybe.
please forgive my rambling, my poor little brain is very tired lately.
much love, rebecca
Posted by rebecca artemisa at 9:35 PM
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
that's miss julianna holding a cinderella pumpkin and henry darger flowers growing on sauvie island.
i am a southern california girl (born and raised in los angeles!) so i have been experiancing seasons for the first time since my move to portland in the summertime. fall is georgeous here.
here's a falltime song :)
Posted by rebecca artemisa at 8:41 PM