The arrival of COVID-19 brought about big changes and by mid-March of 2020 I found myself unable to see clients or teach classes, essentially cutting off most of my avenues of income. I did my best to be patient, just like the rest of the world, but time would prove this would not be a short-term situation.
Once we received word that we had a window of time available to travel we made our move to Utah, for the season, or so we thought.
As the stress of not being able to work grew I found myself applying for many jobs that I could do from home. Nearly a month after applying I was called for an interview, which took place on a Thursday, I received the job offer the following day and my first day of work was the following Monday!
As the Department Head of Therapeutic Massage, I am developing the brand-new program that is being created at Bridgerland Technical College of Utah.
All of this means I am creating curriculum to present for approval for accreditation which I will be the...
I am a seeker.
I seek understanding of what I perceive as a continuous connection with the vastness of Creation.
As an artist I often complete a piece with tears on my face that stream from the knowing of connection and a void of understanding.
With the gift of stillness that came as 2020 unfolded I experienced an increase of art flowing through me, so much so that some days I would fill a dozen pages with designs, using many mediums.
Mid-year I felt called to revisit some of these pages with curiosity of the feeling that there was more to be done with the pieces locked away in journals.
I knew each piece was more than just a pretty picture, they depict a connection and they have a story.
With much nudging and encouragement, I began to explore the possibility of putting my images on things, such as t-shirts, mugs, and other swag items.
After facing into the technology of such creations I took the leap and Creativity and Aliveness engaged with physical items with a print on demand...