A random babbling on creative spirits-

Random babbling on the creative spirit~painting, sewing, baking, boys, an irresistable God and the next 200 feet~

Friday, November 4, 2011


I'll be 45, 45 days from today. Wow. How did that happen?! The '5's' tend to get me more than the '0' years. I don't quite know why. And, I don't think it's worth contemplating....
but, nonetheless, duly note, I am facing a '5'~
So I decided to do something with it.
Today, and everyday for the next 45 I will post a new image. I am calling it 45/45. Many of them have been created; I worked through them as I contemplated this purposeful posting of 45/45.
Some have yet to come to light.
But, as I embark on my last commitment to travel/teach for 2011, and have fearlessly thrown in a mission trip to boot (more on that later! whew...did I say fearlessly?! I lied :) I am determined to challenge myself with living up to this commitment, come what may! ( I wonder if I'll have WiFi service in the wilds of Mexico....) (did I mention I'll be away from the studio for 29 days straight?! :}
So I jump in (can you picture it?! That bent knee, arms swinging forward, then back, forward then back as I count '1,2,3!' and dive off into this challenge to myself?! Should be a fun free fall! Now, where is that rip cord....
in love. trish.

I couldn't resist starting out funky :) This is a 'just for fun' piece I made, one of eight actually, featuring my local beekeepers wax, and, his bees as well :)))


  1. Mmm, I can smell the beeswax.
    Can't wait to hear more of the mission trip. Your life is such an adventure.

  2. Wow! Beautiful and... please say "no bees were hurt in the process of creating this beautiful piece". I love honey bees and honey and wax and...
    yeah. The piece is great!
    Love that. Great celebration of self. Beautiful job paving the way to 45.

  3. Well - 45 is really a 9 so no worries this birthday! Love your playful piece - and sounds like a great adventure planned in the wilds of Mexico!

  4. Love this deviant piece! Now I have an idea what to do with dead bees from around my hive! Have a wonderful experience in Mexico and stay safe.