Posts by The Wix

horn ink & on 140lb paper 6×9 $30

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horn ink & on 140lb paper 6×9 $30

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duet ink & on 140lb paper 6×9 $30

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duet ink & on 140lb paper 6×9 $30

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mendo waters ink & prismacolor on 140lb paper 6×9 $30

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mendo waters ink & prismacolor on 140lb paper 6×9 $30

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Waking Gods 16″x16″ oil on 1″ deep wood panel $275

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Waking Gods 16″x16″ oil on 1″ deep wood panel $275

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Moon Men Sunset 16″x16″ oil on 1″ deep wood panel $275

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Moon Men Sunset 16″x16″ oil on 1″ deep wood panel $275

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Symphony of the Planets (Voyager) 12″x12″ oil on canvas (no frame) $175

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Symphony of the Planets (Voyager) 12″x12″ oil on canvas (no frame) $175

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Voyager Reflections 12″x12″ oil on canvas (no frame) $175

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Voyager Reflections 12″x12″ oil on canvas (no frame) $175

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Symphony of the Planets (Voyager) 12″x12″ oil on canvas (no frame) $175

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Symphony of the Planets (Voyager) 12″x12″ oil on canvas (no frame) $175

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Trumpets Call 16″x16″ oil on 1″ deep wood panel $275

Posted by on Nov 25, 2017 in Buy Original Qualiana Art | 0 comments

Trumpets Call 16″x16″ oil on 1″ deep wood panel $275

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With Child- ink on paper, 6×9- $30

Posted by on May 17, 2017 in Buy Original Qualiana Art | 0 comments

With Child- ink on paper, 6×9- $30

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Go Fund Me

Posted by on Apr 15, 2017 in blog | 0 comments

Go Fund Me

The winters here are mostly rain and the rain fluffs the moss up on the tree trunks, the green in the Redwood grove we’re nestled in comes alive. It’s truly something to behold! The campground is open but with the rain very few people stay the night. Mostly they walk through the Giant trees on the trails during the day. So Keith, the dogs, me and all the woodland creatures have the whole place to ourselves. Keith is on his fourth novel and is really wonderful with the Park visitors. They all love him and when I bump into someone they say “oh are you Keith’s...

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Latest Interview about me and my art

Posted by on Nov 12, 2016 in blog | 0 comments

Latest Interview about me and my art

What media do you work in? Usually anything within reach. You do the best you can with what you’ve got. When I was touring with the show Stomp (in the crew not a performer) we always stayed in the best hotel rooms. Often for a week or more at a time. We had to travel light so I brought a bag of art supplies, spot remover and a screw gun. One of the first things I would do in the hotel room was to flip over the hotel art and paint my own picture, (some frames were screwed to the wall). Of course I would return them to their normal state when leaving. In fact you could say I have my art...

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Nestled

Posted by on Jun 13, 2016 in blog | 0 comments

Nestled

Nestled in a safe place. Our new friends at the rabbit hole have graciously welcomed us to share their wonder & beauty in a tranquil lakeside orchard in California while we decompress and make a new plan. I don’t know how many times I can say it but I am so grateful for the kindness and love life offers. As for the plan…well all we really know is the Multiple Sclerosis does not like the heat and it tells me by shutting me down. Brain turns to goo, legs stop working, hands close into compressed balls of uselessness, and the varieties of pain ensues. It’s something I...

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Meds

Posted by on Mar 11, 2016 in blog | 0 comments

Meds

Still up on top of Mt Ashland & it has been a constant adventure.  A couple days of sunshine brought a siege of ticks and all other sorts of army bugs and critters. The last few days harsh winds, rain, snow, hail, sleet…I’m beginning to think mountain life is not gentle in any way. Even when the sun is out it’s an angry vengeful & burning. We’ve decided living in our lil camper for 2 years might be enough and mountains too. We’ve been searching for where we might go next. Health wise I got some things that definitely need attention.  The MS symptoms...

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Wintering

Posted by on Dec 29, 2015 in blog | 0 comments

Wintering

Here we are up on top of Mt Ashland in Ashland Oregon. Still not real sure how we got to this place. I think it was a combination of affordable rent & a longing for nature & privacy through the summer months. We really didn’t think we’d still be here through the winter months (cause thats just silly) The hope was that my tent would act as an art studio & Keith would have the quiet to write his books. The art studio was thwarted by the triple digits of summer & when fall came I had 1 good day to work where I got 10 pieces done but the next day the wind completely ripped the...

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I can of mine own self do nothing

Posted by on Sep 2, 2015 in blog | 0 comments

I can of mine  own self do nothing

By our own power, we do nothing; even in loving, it is Love that loves through us. Yesterday, I had 3 back to back MRIs of my brain, neck & spine; both with & without contrast. There’s lesions (tears) in these areas. that’s what causes the neurological trouble. The MRIs show if they’re getting better, worse or staying the same. I have 3 more tomorrow. I feel a bit beat up at the moment. I’m not sure why.  Maybe its easier to be the mixer than the batter (for lack of a better metaphor) I’ve spent the last few days contemplating chronic pain. It’s an...

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Volcano says Go

Posted by on Jul 21, 2015 in blog | 0 comments

Volcano says Go

2 months now that we’ve been living on this mountain. It’s been an awakening of the Pioneer resilience. The elements, wildlife and what you call Nature seems to have been trying to kill us since we got here. In between there’s been grand moments of remarkable beauty. It seems we have painted ourselves into a corner financially. Unable to find online work to help (as we had planned) We are putting all our money into the rent, food a gas. I had a dream the other night that we went shopping at Whole Foods and were able to buy anything we wanted. I got Kale and lots of fresh...

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Into The Woods

Posted by on May 21, 2015 in blog | 0 comments

Into The Woods

We finally found a place to settle, well for at least the next 6 months. This is a photo of where we will be setting up camp. Living campground to campground has been stressful even in the most beautiful place. With summer coming the city is hanging no vacancy signs all over the place.  The place we found is amazing.  50 acres on top of Mt Ashland, the nearest neighbors… a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery. Cheaper than most campgrounds and way cheaper than renting a house…it will still be a challenge to meet each month. The landlord lives in Seattle and has lots of work on the land...

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We made it to Ashland, OR.

Posted by on Mar 18, 2015 in blog | 0 comments

We made it to Ashland, OR.

We have settled our camper for the next 2 months in a little forested campground nestled between a river & endless rolling green hills. Many factors have decided us to come to this area. Climate, healthy air & soil, functional medicine and did I mention the rolling green hills. The air here is so clear and strangers are alarmingly kind. I feel as if I have returned to a peaceful land after being at war for years. The coast seems clear but it doesn’t seem possible that a tank wont be rounding the next corner ready to blow me away. I hope in time I will learn to relax and accept...

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Visually MS

Posted by on Dec 6, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

I watched this video today that was raising MS awareness by going to malls and airports and having people walking by put on some things to represent the way people with MS feel. The biggest problem with MS is you look just fine so people expect you to BE fine. and well that’s just not the case. The video is: http://msstationradio.com/the-show-must-go-on-multiple-sclerosis/ The flipper on one foot and high heels with weights on the other is a perfect example!. Spot on! Doesn’t include the pain but yeah definitely exhibits the balance issue. The big bulky rubber gloves are perfect...

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Spoons

Posted by on Nov 5, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

Spoons

There’s been many occasions when Ive tried to express how I feel when I just don’t have the strength to do the simplest of tasks. Friends & Family alike look at me like I’m crazy and I’m at a loss for words. I came across this blog that says it. The Spoon Theory, a way to explain what it feels like to live with chronic illness. The basic idea is we start each day holding a certain amount of spoons. throughout the day we need to carefully decide how we want to use each spoon. Taking a shower is a spoon used, going to get the mail, making breakfast, doctor...

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looking up!

Posted by on Aug 7, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

looking up!

I’m so excited…the neurologist says my MRI’s are showing signs of healing! Some lesions have actually disappeared! maybe all the hard we have been doing is working. Keith & I are in Oregon pushing forward he got some writing jobs so some money is slowly coming in….still not as fast as the bills but I have faith it’ll get reversed. So far we’re hopping campground to campground. very pretty. we’ll be in Rockaway Beach on the Oregon coast the next 2 weeks. The TV show Portlandia took all of my artwork and is using it on the set filming now through November, which is...

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so close I can smell it

Posted by on Jul 15, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

so close I can smell it

I have come to the great revelation (that one I always knew and just remembered again) If i can get myself a space to paint it would cure me of MS & bring in all the money we need.  I’m not asking for much… Just a space where I can slop paint with some ventilation.  I have buyers who want my art, just need to make it.  I have the place in mind. A plot of land shaded by trees with an empty barn and a little crick…maybe even a pond. We’ll have the solar panels up in the camper and I can spread my wings in that barn and paint to my hearts content. ahhh its so...

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…almost…

Posted by on Jun 26, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

…almost…

There are so many things the MS has taught me. I believe the most important being compassion. I truly believed I had a great deal of compassion before my MS diagnosis but I must say…I had no idea what it was like to live with chronic pain. Theres no way to know to what degree someone is suffering. There really is no gauge. I have been told my whole life that I had a high tolerance for pain. On number of occasions doctors were perplexed at my ability to walk into their office when they believed I shouldn’t have been able to. But these last few months the pain has had me on the...

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Thank You Obamacare

Posted by on May 23, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

Thank You Obamacare

Yay! Im finally insured. Today I had my first doctor appointment. He has me set up to see a neurologist this week.  After running in circles for so long I can hardly believe its really happening. I feel like Im in good hands.  Don’t worry I’m not going in blind. Now I know a lot more about bad prescriptions and doctors in the pharma pockets. I think I have a good balance now in understanding the extremes.  Mostly I do need the neurologist to tell me why my left side has been so weak and failing to do things I ask. …not to mention the pain.  Things are good. We are pretty...

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Follow your Bliss

Posted by on May 18, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

Follow your Bliss

Joseph Campbell always said “Follow your Bliss” I believe I’ve been following my Bliss my entire life. It just seems I’m always 10 paces or more behind it.  We’ve been in Oregon a couple weeks now. Staying in the Columbia Gorge area everywhere you look is stunningly beautiful. Our first week here Keith stumbled into a gallery in a Portland mall while I was getting my computer tinkered with. He urged me up to it where I met a very nice man who represents many art venues and provides the art for the TV show Portlandia. Yesterday we brought everything I had to...

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We Made It!

Posted by on May 9, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

We Made It!

Pooped but we made it. YAY We go today to Portland to pick up our stuff and transfer it from the POD to a trailer for some extended storage time.  We are now staying at Keiths Moms. The camper is on the street.  Waking up to eggs bacon and homemade muffins YUM! (gluten free even)  I’ve already applied for Oregon Medical Assistance….now I wait. Mainly taking it a day at a time now. Hood River is gorgeous. This whole area is stunning. Across the Columbia Gorge is White Salmon where Keiths sister lives up in the woods. We marveled yesterday at how the beads of water on the...

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To Tomorrow

Posted by on May 4, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

To Tomorrow

Nearly at the end of the journey from Tucson to Oregon. We are now in Ashland and it is lovely with Shakesperean festivities and beauty all around the rolling greens. Tomorrow we head for the Hood River area. Where Keith’s Mom and Sister live. We may have to stay in Eugene (half way) for the night.  Our pod waits for us in Portland where we will need unload it in the next few days.  SO much to do….I really do need to see some healthcare peoples and soon. I hope this doesn’t upset anyone.  I want to share this as it is part of my journey. I know this is the hardest...

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on our way again

Posted by on Apr 11, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

on our way again

With the help of my wonderful friends we got some criscare donations that has gotten us up on our feet again. Admittedly we’re not very good at calculating the gas & auto fixes that we are coming up against. It looks like we are on our way though.  We got some dried foods and more rice. (which we will not store in a glass container) We also found a place for me to get a Disability Pass for State & Federal campgrounds so we can stick to those for $5 a night. The place up by Napa is a free campground we can stay at for 2 weeks. So the plan is sleep on the beach the next three...

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trouble in paradise

Posted by on Apr 10, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

eek. We’re down to about $18. Car troubles and unexpected hurdles have eaten into our funds. We have a free place to stay in Napa valley for 2 weeks. Just not enough gas to get to Napa. Were mostly out of food. I have some vitamin packet food supplements and Keith has a few packs of ramen. We had a big reserve of rice but it broke and is filled with glass….jostled in traveling. In hind sight probably shouldn’t have spent the $8 to go to the double feature at the drive in, but didn’t know we were in such trouble. Please send prayers and any ideas you can think of to get...

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Earp!

Posted by on Mar 31, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

Earp!

Almost a month now and we’re still here on the Colorado River in Earp, CA. Unexpected expenses etc. Funny that a month later we’re just 8 hours away from Tucson. wasn’t so long ago I used to drive cross country in 3 days.  There’s no hurry like when I was 20. I can’t remember why there was a hurry then. Oh. I was with a band and needed to soundcheck…a different life entirely.  The heat and Sun are still pretty mean here. It’s been in the 90’s & gusting winds up to 30 mph. But every once and a while there will just be a few minutes or even...

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forgiving humans

Posted by on Mar 15, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

forgiving humans

Been on the Colorado River for 2 weeks now. Didn’t mean to just ran out of money. Its good to be away from Tucson but the sun is still very hot here. We’re not quite outta the desert yet. The water is freezing so I’ve been laying on my back with my head and neck on the shoreline to keep my heat down. It doesn’t work for long. I’ve been getting up extra early because the sun doesn’t become really mean until about 9am. This morning I was sitting down on by the water enjoying the morning nature sounds and smells just a little after 7am a jet ski went by. The...

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moving & art & camping

Posted by on Mar 7, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

moving & art & camping

whew! made it out of Tucson to the colorado river. Its pretty here. Hot still but theres water that has a coolness to it.  Its been an exhausting start  but I can already feel that this is the best decision I’ve made maybe in my life.  The old wondering why I haven’t done this sooner wanders my head. The move out & garage sale wrecked me pretty bad and Keith too. Donated a majority if the stuff. Almost all the craft & knitting went to a place that distributes to the elderly homes & children doing crafts that have projects to knit for the homeless etc. I think my Mom...

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Remember to Breathe

Posted by on Feb 8, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

Remember to Breathe

We’re at the peak of packing. We have 2 weeks and need to rid ourselves of 3/4 of stuff. Already donated lots.  Since we haven’t found anyplace to move to we bought a cheap trailer to live.  Its cute but a mess indeed.  So it seems yet another adventure awaits. Remember to Breathe. At the moment I’m going through all my Mothers craft supplies and trying to sort and prepare them to be sold or given to somebody. Mountains of crafts stuff…crochet, knitting, beading, sewing… its overwhelming. I wish there were garage sale fairies that could come and help us do...

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QUARKS!

Posted by on Feb 1, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

QUARKS!

I am happy to say I have finished  a big series of paintings called Quarks. Exhausted and sore but extremely satisfied for this wave of art and its therapeutic effects.  Its so clear how important it is for me to create. Keith and I have given our notice to the landlord that this is our final month living here. In other words we couldn’t pay rent so we must vacate by March 1st.  He’s a nice guy and did love us as tenants so he said he will write us a good letter of recommendation. We have been looking at the islands around Seattle. They are cheaper than the mainland and also...

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mysterious life

Posted by on Jan 12, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

mysterious life

Life has a way of always keeping us on its toes. Growing, learning, adapting… Where I grew up you would see trees that were cut down with a slab of paint over the stump. I learned this was because the tree would grow back stronger and bigger if they didn’t put that paint down. My lesson here was Yes, you may very well get cut down but DONT put a slab of paint over you to obstruct growth. However painful you will grow stronger. For the last few months Ive been having extreme abdominal pain. Pretty sure its not at all related to the MS. I got my test results back and the doctors...

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Opportunity

Posted by on Dec 15, 2013 in blog | 0 comments

Opportunity

We are here in Tucson. It says it’s 77 degrees but its still hot. The desert sun makes it feel 90. Keith’s work truck died.  The new replacement work truck that is…well, without it there is no work. We are still planning on moving to the North West Coast. We’re poking around looking from Northern CA to the top of Washington.  We haven’t had any luck finding the right place or an employment opportunity.  We’ve decided to look aggressively come March. Since the weather will be more agreeable. We don’t have enough money to visit anywhere first so...

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how we got to this point

Posted by on Dec 5, 2013 in blog | 0 comments

how we got to this point

One of the hardest things I have ever done was ask for help. This year taught me compassion & humility. It occurred to me many people have wondered exactly why or how we ended up in this sticky situation. I want to share with you exactly what happened. The MS diagnosis hit us pretty unprepared. We had moved to Tucson to be with my Mom, when she was diagnosed with Cancer in Oct. 2011.  We sold most of what we had and borrowed the rest to get us here. Keith and I had both gotten jobs to come into and we found an affordable place near the hospital my Mom was in.  Surprisingly she died 2...

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soon

Posted by on Nov 3, 2013 in blog | 0 comments

soon

I’m beginning to see that I can beat this MS thing but I do need help. I need guidance with what my body needs. Dietarily and exercise and I feel like I cant do it on my own.  I pray I can find the way.

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evolve

Posted by on Oct 27, 2013 in blog | 0 comments

evolve

One of the hardest challenges I’ve had in the last year is accepting my limitations. I never knew I had them before. My head is where it hurts the most. For example today I wanted to do yoga but there was too much dog hair on the floor (shedding season so cant keep up with monkey) I sweep up the dog hair and that leaves me too pooped to do anything but recover for pretty much the rest of the day. I feel an urge to paint…an overwhelming need to throw some paint on a canvas and go go go. I get the canvas ready turn on a fan open the tubes and Im exhausted.  I want to leave the house to...

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listen to advice but follow your heart

Posted by on Sep 29, 2013 in blog | 0 comments

listen to advice but follow your heart

It has been some eye-opening, even more importantly, heart opening journey since I got the MS diagnosis last year. ups and downs but always moving forward in one way or another. Theres a barrage of information out there sometime too much. I’ve found myself ingesting as much information as I possibly could to educate and empower myself only to find myself immensely overwhelmed and having to wonder if nobody really knows anything and theres nothing but opinions, millions of uneducated or sometimes worse half educated opinions represented as facts. Im sure theres much legitimate...

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drug lobster

Posted by on Sep 28, 2013 in blog | 0 comments

drug lobster

Doc says Im having an ms “relapse”. (fumbly hands) lost most use of hands again drop things when try to carry them. Keith calls this the “dropsies”…stiff legs, left leg burning and extremely weak, can’t walk on it…electrocuting feeling down my neck and spine, lots of pain… too many things to list. the neurologist wants me to go to the ER so they’ll admit me into the hospital and pump me with steroids. I really dont want to do that. I think that was mostly what I was detoxing (and thousands $$$ of hospital bills w/ no insurance =...

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I’m sorry

Posted by on Sep 15, 2013 in blog | 0 comments

I absolutely hate hate hate writing or thinking negative. I certainly dont want to bring anyone I know and love down. I dont want to make my dear family and  friends worry. I want to say I am doing so much better. I can’t say this. Everything is motivated by pain the last few weeks. Unbearable excrutiating unrelenting… I spend most the days and nights praying for relief. I try to sleep to sleep through the pain, I try to exercise or move to work out the pain, I watch television or do puzzles to try to take my mind off the pain. I meditate to release pain.  I reluctantly eat so I...

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3 steps forward two steps back

Posted by on Aug 16, 2013 in blog | 0 comments

3 steps forward two steps back

3 steps forward two steps back….that still means I’m moving forward though! I’m watching what I eat….well drink (juicing).  I’m doing daily meditations, stretching, exercising.  I’m being diligent to be impeccable with my words (Inside and out!).  I’m painting or drawing…almost every day.  I do cognitive exercises (puzzles and games). Keith and I are anxious to leave Tucson but have yet to find a destination. We are looking at Oregon or Washington for the climate the healthy environment and the cost of living. Keith is currently looking for...

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BELLS OF BLESSINGS BRACELET ($60 Retail) – criscare price $15

Posted by on Aug 16, 2013 in Buy Bracelets | 0 comments

BELLS OF BLESSINGS BRACELET      ($60 Retail) – criscare price $15

BELLS OF BLESSINGS BRACELET Throughout southeast Asia, men and women wear small bells on their ankles to show their devotion, ward off evil, or notify the heavens of their position on Earth. Our charming, contemporary take on this ancient Hindu tradition weaves a delicate, chiming tune into the hectic pace of everyday life, bringing your awareness back to the moment. A perfect gift for those seeking a more mindful connection. Featured in the June 2010 issue of Self magazine. Handmade; no two are alike. Six ½ centimeter brass bells nestle against twenty, water-smooth glass beads in lemon,...

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COINS OF FORTUNE BRACELET ($45 Retail) – criscare price $10

Posted by on Aug 16, 2013 in Buy Bracelets | 0 comments

COINS OF FORTUNE BRACELET ($45 Retail) – criscare price $10

COINS OF FORTUNE BRACELET Featuring four miniature Chinese coins, these beautiful, pliable bracelets feel as good as they look. Made from hand-waxed linen, one of the world’s oldest textiles, using a traditional northern Thai weaving method, this strong, durable strap lies flat and conforms to the wrist. Natural alterations with time reflect the Buddhist idea of impermanence, the notion that life’s continual changes offer daily opportunities for beauty. In Thai culture, coins represent good luck. Wear or share our Coins of Fortune bracelet for luck in one of the four main domains: Love,...

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TEN THOUSAND RIVERS BRACELET – ($42 Retail) – criscare price $10

Posted by on Aug 16, 2013 in Buy Bracelets | 0 comments

TEN THOUSAND RIVERS BRACELET – ($42 Retail) – criscare price $10

    TEN THOUSAND RIVERS BRACELET This A Global Friendship bestseller features 36 strands of hand-colored, hand waxed-linen with a dozen silver plated beads sparkling along them like flashes of sun on a winding river. Secured on both sides by hand-woven, waxed –linen tabs. This popular, fashionable accessory was the first item we offered, and proceeds from the sales have already helped the artist, Chanoknan, improve her quality of life and employ 12 other women. Handmade; no two are alike. Six 1 mm silver plated balls are securely strung along the strands. Hand-carved wooden...

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Juicing

Posted by on Aug 6, 2013 in blog | 0 comments

Juicing

So I finished the raw cleanse and began the juice week. Ive decided to extend the juice week for up to 6 weeks. beyond that your supposed to have doctors monitoring you. I would love to sayI feel so much better but alas no. I think it will take time. Its so much work to clean and prepare the foods. Im having 6 juices a day so its a workout.  I think this week I will begin incorporating solid foods into the diet. too raw, no gluten or dairy etc.  

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cleanse

Posted by on Jul 21, 2013 in blog | 0 comments

cleanse

I’ve begun a raw food cleanse. two weeks of raw foods only and the third week of juice only.  Shown in the picture is on the left: miso, avocado, carrot, beets, sprouts  and on the right:  apple blueberry spinach w/ medjool dates. I cant say I feel any different. Maybe next week.  It is weird not cooking and it sure is a lot more work to wash and prepare.  I’m sure things must be happier in my insides.  I hope so.    

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phew

Posted by on Jul 7, 2013 in blog | 0 comments

phew

I feel like Im on the cusp of a new beginning.  Thank God this chapter is nearing it’s end. I heard from Social Security Disability that I have been “awarded” benefits. Its weird, the term awarded used in this sense. Like I won an Olympic event. I hope I can now get physical therapy and some of the help I’ve needed for this past year.  Then get to a point where I wont need social security etc.  Keith and I still plan to move North. We’re looking at the weather and conditions of Oregon and Washington.  Keith is certain he can get a job similar to the one here...

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