Thursday, November 13, 2008

Not Much to Say

Do you ever feel like you are so so busy but when you go to describe what you have been doing, it really doesn't sound like much? All I can say is that construction is still ongoing but ever so slowly. Lots of sitting home and waiting and then more and more waiting. All of the things I need to get to, like painting my studio, all depends on a few other things being finished which just happen to be the last things that are going to be done. Such is life:)

I do have a few little things available over at Spooky Time Jingles, one set is in the photo above. I know money is tight these days so with that in mind, I tried to do some smaller things to keep the prices low, so check them out! I also have a few commissioned pieces in the works. Here is my latest family portrait.

These lovely gals are expecting their first child shortly so their family wanted to give them something that would show that they support their choices. It's a shame that everyone doesn't get that kind of love!

Our local radio station is already playing non-stop Christmas music so Alex and I have been chillin to holiday tunes in the car. I like to get a full two months of Christmas, how about you?
Have a great day!


Anonymous said...

All your stuff is so fun and gorgeous! I love the new custom painting! I know they will treasure it- I sure do mine!

Christmas music is the best!

michelle said...

Beautiful! Beautiful!

jen duncan said...

Yes, the waiting is definitely the worst part, but like childbirth; it'll all be a blurry distant memory once you get to move into the new digs!!
LOVE the family portrait. Out here in CA I'm still just sick at heart about prop 8 being passed. I do not get it at ALL! Anyway--it's a very loving tribute and I'm sure they'll be thrilled.

Heather said...

what a beautiful portrait! I am in a christmasy mood too, just hope it lasts til christmas with all the music and decorations already out ;)

Bone*Head*Studios said...

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Jenn said...

oh. my. GOSH!!! I love the family makes me want to cry!!! They are blessed to have their family's support...absolutely the way it should be:):) GREAT job Tracy!!

Sarah Ogren said...

Those house ornaments are just lovely! :)