Today was a busy day, but more on that tomorrow.
I feel that I’ve been remiss on my blog. I feel that since I’ve taken a full-time job that I’m letting all of you down with my lack of posting. I have emailed friends telling them the same thing; apologizing for not being online.
This gives me pause from time to time. I’m apologizing for Life Happening; while I’m not what you could call a “big fan of Country music”, I did, once upon a time, listen to a lot of Country artists and I’m reminded of Darryl Worley’s song, “Sounds Like Life to Me”:
And there you go. Life is happening. Today, Mr. Muse and I headed off to the Spring Green Art Fair with friends for a couple of hours, and while we didn’t buy anything today there were definitely artists whose work stood out to us, like: Herb Johnson Metalsmith. We’ve looked at his work before, and I DEFINITELY want his GINORMOUS Dragon Fly to be flying in our prairie area in the front of the house. I just need to combine his work with that of Brady Lueck from Sculptural Steel who had a Velociraptor at one art fair that stole our hearts. It’ll be like Jurassic Park in our front yard. I might go back tomorrow…have to think on a couple things I saw there and decide how much I want them.
So now that I’ve shared a couple metal artists…. I wish to share with you a website that I hope, one day, to be writing for: Elephant Journal. The timing of going through their apprenticeship just hasn’t worked out, but one day… I really want to make it happen. (This is your hint to start a write-in campaign.)
Until then, the articles that stood out to me were:
The Bravest, Sexiest Thing You Can Do in an Uncomfortable Moment. ~ Garrison Cohen
Read and enjoy.
P.S.S. – Lzzy Hale took lessons from Ronnie James Dio.