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Abandoned Arizona Photography

I pull out the map from the glove box and open it with excitement. We’re off to Supai, Arizona. On the open road of Route 66, traveling from Kingman headed east.  “Take a left, we’ll reach Supai in 64 miles,” I say. We drive for miles, thinking our final destination for the evening is Supai,…

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Illuminating Women Exhibition

Illuminating Women exhibition coming soon to Thelma We’re working diligently on our upcoming exhibition, Illuminating Women.  This exhibition will shine a spotlight on inspiring women in our community. It’s been over a year in the making.  Therefore, we’re excited about the progress we’ve made thus far.  Seeing Illuminating Women come into fruition is a dream come true.  For this reason,…

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Wisconsin Artist Makes Confession

I’m a small-town Wisconsin artist. “You can’t just be an artist!” They stated. I’ve heard this statement all my life.  AND actually believed it.  Now I find myself asking, “Why Not?”  As a Wisconsin artist, I know I can build the business of my dreams.   3 Questions I’m pondering as an artist: Why can’t…

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Oak Tree Memorial For Miscarriage

Miscarriage is hard. Five years ago, I had a miscarriage.  Had I written this when the miscarriage happened, it would read differently.  For me, understanding trickled in as time passed and God’s plan began unfolding in my life. Truth is, I never pictured myself as a mother. Call me crazy, but I didn’t spend my nights…

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Finding Community Is Possible

Finding community is hard, but it’s possible. I’m so very proud of the community I live in.  I decided to hold a FREE rummage sale this past weekend.  Everything was free, although I accepted donations for the American Legion and the Humane Society.  It’s the least I can do with the items I no longer…

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Practice Gratitude During Hard Times

Gratitude and the strength to let go. Some days, some weeks, heck, even months are bad.  When I’m in a rut, I remember the beauty that surrounds me EVERY DAY.  I practice gratitude for all that I have in life, even during the hard times. I read the daily devotion from Jesus Calling every morning.…

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Harmony California Adventure

Harmony, California along the Pacific Coast Highway takes me back to where it all began. Not a care in the world, I journey north through San Luis Obispo to Harmony, California.  Grey skies produce mist that fills the air.  The tires of my rental car coast through the puddled gravel.  Rolling hills go the distance,…

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John Paul DeJoria At Kentucky Derby

Prepare yourself to capture moments like this at the Kentucky Derby. I captured this photograph of John Paul DeJoria and his wife, Eloise Broady DeJoria at the Derby in 2011. There’s no better place to people watch, than the infield of Churchill Downs. John Paul DeJoria quotes continue to inspire me. “The biggest hurdle is…

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Overnight Success Does Not Exist

Overnight success doesn’t exist. It’s days like today that I’m ready to throw in the towel, not only as an artist, but also as a mother.  This is VERY difficult for me to write about, but I want to be completely honest with you.  The one idea I continue to hold onto is the fact…

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Olympic National Park Photography

I never tire when traveling the Pacific Northwest. Olympic National Park is both mystical and misty, dreary and breathtaking.  With every direction I turn, natural beauty surrounds me.  More of this story to come soon…   I invite you along on this journey of 100 Blog Posts in 100 Days There will be times of…

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