Thursday, December 2, 2010

It's December!

Wow!  December already!  The year is almost over.  Time truly flies whether you're having fun or not.  I guess I'll continue to have some fun.  I just love the colors of five bean soup before it's souped.  Too bad the colors don't stay like this after cooking but it was a great day for beans and rice.

So glad that November is over.  It wasn't exactly horrid but it was challenging in so many areas.  I will be taking a look at certain things and eliminate them from my life and will be adding more creative and fun things.  NANOWRIMO was attempted again this year and I didn't make it.  Oh well, there's next year.  November just seems to be crazy.

But it's over.  Gone.  History.  It's a brand new month and I'm feeling better about the end of the year.  Maybe I spoke too soon.  :D  I have a show next week and not really prepared for it.  Nothing like the last minute.  In 2011, I will work extrememly hard to make sure this doesn't happen again.  I tell you November was just weird.

I'm okay though.  I will go through all projects and see what needs to be done, if I want to finish them at all.  I'm lining up shows for next year and I'm almost booked.  February, May, June, August, and October, so far.  I have a one woman show in October.  Is that sweet or what?  I'm very excited about that one.  I also have some plans to change the look a little of my blog.  Don't know what just yet but it will happen.

Happy December!


Kim said...

Wendy- I'm trying to catch up on blogs- been creating for christmas and had to take a break :) Congrats on the one woman show next year- how exciting!!!! I'm off to look at your more recent posts because I saw some fabulous artwork up there!

Wendy Luane Barber said...

I had to catch up on blogs too. I've missed so much. I didn't make any holiday gifts this year and I feel so bad. Oh well, there's always next year. I didn't even make my own cards. Yikes!


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