Hopping with Liberate Your Art 2015

It’s been kind of a tough month — busy building my stand at Seaport Village and updating my materials, busy trying to navigate through paperwork and organizing things so I can settle my mother’s estate next month, still slowed down by grief.

But getting postcards every week were bright spots — even if I couldn’t get myself together enough to blog or post on facebook about them…

The first one to arrive was from Chandra T. Mountain of chandralynn.wordpress.com

Chandra's old car deserved a ride on a vintage carousel...

Chandra’s old car deserved a ride on a vintage carousel…

Next to grace my mailbox was a lovely scene from France by Ma’ (manuelles.canalblog.com)

A countryside from France visits a California meadow...

A countryside from France visits a California meadow…

Then a strawberry arrived just in time for Easter breakfast! (from jpeeksphotography.com)

A digital strawberry joins real strawberries for Easter breakfast...

A digital strawberry joins real strawberries for Easter breakfast…

Then came some lovely shells by Cathy Hubmann:

A gift from the sea spending a day in the desert...

A gift from the sea spending a day in the desert…

Then I got a card from a friend I met a few years ago through LYA:

Sheila Delgado (www.sheiladelgado.com) shared a lovely few quotes with her card:

“One eye sees, the other feels” Paul Klee

“Imagination needs moodling – long, inefficient, happy idling, dawdling and puttering.” Brenda Ueland

Sheila's floral delight enjoying a morning stroll with my neighbor's roses...

Sheila’s floral delight enjoying a morning stroll with my neighbor’s roses…

Next came a romantic couple from Sherry Galey (sherrygaley.com)with the quote:

“To love yourself as you are is a miracle, and to seek yourself is to have found yourself, for now.  And now is all we have, and love is who we are.” Anne Lamott

Catching a kiss among the daily routine of life... at the grocery store...

Catching a kiss among the daily routine of life… at the grocery store…

And finally, the card from Kat Sloma signalled the end of the the swap.

When you liberate your art, the world is a better place.

When you liberate your art, the world is a better place.

Miss Cali is not sure what to think of her card!

Miss Cali is not sure what to think of her card!

Looking forward to next year’s fun!

 

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2 Responses to Hopping with Liberate Your Art 2015

  1. So sorry to hear of your loss Natasha. I was wondering about you as you are usually more active in the swap group. I hope the arrangements go smoothly for you, and that this difficult time passes quickly. Best of luck with the Seaport Village stand. Share it with us when you can. Love your card!

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