Comment on this blog post and be put in a drawing to win a copy of the book I am in called ART SAVES. You have until Sunday morning on July 3 and I will announce the winner Sunday Evening.
AND THE WINNER IS #68
So, I'm in this book. And I'm grateful. But really, it just happened after I kept doing what I've always done and kept talking about it. All the things that don't make me perfect and maybe make me weird to a lot of people who would never talk to me unless they knew I was in a book. Cause when I had anxiety disorder full time I sure didn't have anyone banging at my door. I was alone in my apartment and couldn't trust my own mind. And after crying and praying and suffering another day of being confused, art was there for me. As often as I wanted it. Whether through dancing or writing or painting or sketching doodles in the corners of my school papers - its a way out. A way through. And a way to live when there is nothing much you think is worth living for. It makes you want to keep going and keep excited.
It gave me hope.and just the littlest bit of hope makes things better. So today, I pass hope onto you. It will get better.
I am done with my little break from moving and will have new weekly videos up for you starting this monday. I want you to see what I've done to the Gypsy wagon so far!And Im painting Marie Antoinette today so I will have that class up next week. Here is me and my Gang Signals!
This is the rescue in San Diego where I got Finney. Susan does it out of her house and gives her life into saving dogs. Help her out in any way that you can. If it wasn't for her getting him out of the kill shelter and taking him to the doctor I never would have gotten the chance to
get to know his precious life.