Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Where she's been.



I've been in the studio. Anything worth considering it on the bead blog. But for those of you who might suspect my demise, I've posted two new digital pieces I worked on when I took a break from beading.
I've been...happy. Happy. Yes, I believe that's the word for it. Solitary and happy.
Regards,
LJ

12 comments:

zhoen said...

Happy good.

How many cat toys y'got?

Teri said...

Yes, good to hear it, m'love.
xo

beadbabe49 said...

wonderful! me too...you don't suppose it's the beaded beads, do you?

LJ said...

Zhoen. KD is mailing me really spiffy ones like "da bird". Meanwhile, we have a dismembered dollar store doll leg and torso (I was making molds from these)and he loves biffing those around. AND his favorite is the curly plastic measuring tape, which we regularly play with. Oh. And my beads, my needles (if he could only get them)and anything on my beading desk. His favorite sport is bed making.
Teri thanks. Hope you are well too.
BB - But of course!

Edvard Moonke said...

happy, yes, it shows, and it does your artistic creativity the world of good too...

Mella said...

So good to see you out there...

mm said...

Glad you're ok. Mine likes anything long and thin. Pencils for example.

Ariel said...

The feline seems to be having a wonderful effect... but having a cat is not quite being solitary, or is it? Glad to read you are still around.

herhimnbryn said...

Hallo again!

Glad you are happy.

JoeinVegas said...

Yes, so you are not solitary.

phlegmfatale said...

here's to the happiness only solitude can bring. Don't you feel sorry for folks who never know the joy of beadwork? Of introducing order to a universe of jumble? Glad you are well and content, dear!

LJ said...

No Joe, you're right. It's very different than being solitary. Or sort of like being solitary together.
I'm amazed at how differently I feel about being home because there is a furry nuisance to sit on my work and get under my feet.
And yeah Phlegmy...I do. I have a keen sense of time usually. I can guess what time it is without looking at the clock and I'm accurate - except when I'm beading - and it goes from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and I'm thinking it's noon.