Happy Thanksgiving! No matter if you are are in the United States or outside the US, i'm grateful for you. Yesterday was a day filled with family, friends, laughter, and lots of great food. i need these days as they rejuvinate me. Round here life as been moving pretty fast and it's nice to slow down and just be.
Autumn is coming to a close around here and bits of winter are settling in. i wish the fall colors lasted a bit longer. They are so beautiful and inspiring. i am grateful Andrew was home to see some of the changing foilage. He missed it last year and i like him to have remiders of wonderful life here.
i love curling up with this magazine at night. it's like my little reward for a hard day's work. Flow is a Dutch magazine that is issued internationally a few times a year. it's such an amazing magazine. Seriously A-MAZ-ING.
My sweet nephew Jake is now living with us. He graduated earlier this year and decided life in Colorado was appealing to him. It could be the beautiful scenery, the four seasons, the new job, or that his favorite cousins are here. And you know what, we are really happy to have him here too!
My classes at the Art Student League of Denver are over. I have much to say on the workshops but that's another post. My studio is in need of tidying, organizing, and a good thorough scrubbing. i know it needs to be done but cannot find the time. But i know i need to make myself do it soon because it's making me moody.
This was the scene just last week. i totally love it. Like really love it. There's nothing like a cup of hot cocoa while watching the snow gently fall to the ground. It lasted for a few days which is unusal for here. It's gone now but here's hoping it will be a White Christmas. i think we will take advantage though of its absence and get the holiday lights up on the house. Sounds like a good project for this weekend.
What are you up to this weekend?