My dream if I went to Paris for two weeks is to spend it in Bookstores. I know an artist like me and all I can think about is being able to read all my children's books classics in French. I think that would be the only way I could learn to read and speak … Continue reading What would you do in Paris?
My husband and I saw a silver tip grizzly the other day. I didn't get a picture so the next morning I made this quick sketch in m journal. I think one of my greatest strengths as an artist is being able to capture a moment after it has passed. I have taken my time … Continue reading Silver Tip Grizzly
One of my favorite holidays of the year is coming up. It's the international day of peace on September 21st. Jeremy Gilley worked hard to get this day officially created so we celebrate it the same every year and it includes a universal cease fire clause because of him. To learn about Jeremy's journey you can … Continue reading Paintings From the Peace Garden
As school starts this fall I cant stop thinking about all the school buses in Montana going back on the roads over the next few weeks. At the last district I taught in over ten buses lined up outside the school daily. According to biodiesel.org1 440,000 buses transport more than 24 million children to and … Continue reading Biodiesel On School Buses. It’s Time.