Holy Cow…What a Year!
It was about one year ago today that I started this blog for real. What a Journey! I went from writing a blog to doing regular flower arrangements to taking pictures every day to writing and self-publishing a book!
And now it's time to
START IT ALL OVER AGAIN! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
The decks have been cleared to start new projects. Got rid of all the old stuff that needed to be gotten rid of! (Not kidding here. With the massive help of my sons, we have purged our house of lots of "stuff". The kind you trip over…books, broken things, old clothes, toys and boy, does it feel good!)
So it's time to start looking ahead. Here is where I will start. I have nothing on my dining room table (a miracle in itself) so now we have room for new ideas…
Nothing in my flower vases, so now I have room for new flowers.
And a stack of paper for new drawings!
And who know what else? Full of gratitude for this new life ahead…2012!
So now wondering…how about you? Have you made room for NEW in your life?
How will YOU start this New Year? Do you have projects that are new this year or will you continue what you have already started?
Don't let this opportunity pass you by! Honor yourself ! We all need you and your brilliance! It will make our day
Now is a good time to for YOU get to change the rules!
That's the great thing about the New Year. It's our chance to start over…clean slate…empty vase…clean sheet of paper.
Take it and run, run, run with it!
And let us all know how it goes…we really want to hear how you will step into your new life!
Go out and make today your very best day and mean it!
p.s. Looking forward to sharing NEW ideas with you about flowers, art and who knows what else?
For the last 30 years Michele has been designing flowers for all kinds of people, from brides to prom goers, from dining rooms to boardrooms. Starting out as a fine artist (painter) and moving into the flower world gave Michele a vision that set her work apart from other floral designers. Designing flowers in a more relaxed,"unfloristy" way was always the goal when working for private clients.
Still doing artwork and designing various products from table linens to greeting cards to holiday decorations, Michele continues to have a unique and diverse style she brings to her work.