Thursday, October 14, 2010

"PC Load Letter !?!?!??!" kind of day with a flash of joy

video

I changed image from color to black and white to save you from the blood, ew!
(finger adventure from yesterday in studio)

5 comments:

susie said...

Take care of those hands- hope tomorrow is a better day:)


Thank you for sharing your birthday surprises, what a wonderful day to a kind of crummy day. Such wonderful customers and friends are a testament to how special you are. Take care.

CarolynArtist said...

Susie, I liken it to good times shared at the office around the water cooler, (do offices even have water coolers anymore?) and are there good times despite the cubicles? Surely there are...this sort of business can be so isolating. thanks for letting me share :-)

CarolynArtist said...

Susie, I liken it to good times shared at the office around the water cooler, (do offices even have water coolers anymore?) and are there good times despite the cubicles? Surely there are...this sort of business can be so isolating. thanks for letting me share :-)

ckdowns said...

I am laughing SOOOOOOO hard--you are SOMETHING!!!!!

That healing ball was inspired after a story about your poor fingers last year--heat this for a minute or two in your microwave, then wrap it in a towel and just sit down and HOLD it--oh my gosh!! I'm a writer and piano player, so my fingers aren't in quite as much danger as yours, BUT you will love this!!

This vlog is like having an opportunity to sit down with you--and you're RIGHT--flashes of joy come at such unexpected times--that's grace at work among us (and IN SPITE of us!!!).

Big hugs from the prairie! And take care of those hands--your jewelry fans out here in the world are counting on all 10 of your fingers to keep creating!!!!

CarolynArtist said...

Caroliiiiiiiiiine, the herb ball is amazing! I'm using it this weekend. Also, when nuked, it makes the house smell SO good!!!
My cousin lives in Illinois on 2 acres and just headed back via car, she'll drive anywhere and the area she describes living in sounds soooo nice! (not prairie, but close?) More like corn fields...