I'm here!

Hi Ya'll!
This may be a first for me.
A post with no pictures.
I know!
My computer is down but that's ok.
It just gives me time to finish up a project that I can't wait to share.
I painted something HUGE for my bedroom.
Having my computer down also gives me a chance to paint a few new goodies for the shop.
So for now I am working/posting on a dinosaur  ....Ha!

Love, Susie~

14 comments:

  1. Can't wait Susie!!

    In the meantime come over and enter my Giveaway!
    xoxo

    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  2. sometimes disconnecting is good..we get so much accomplished~~
    can't wait to see your signs!!
    stay cool over there..it is hOT as heck here!!
    blessings~

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  3. Glad to hear you're doing ok & have been busy.
    Can't wait to see.

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  4. Looking forward to your newest project. I can't even imagine what you are up to, but I am sure it's something unique and cool.
    It's raining here. Hope you you have gotten some relief your way too from the heat.
    Some of my best inspiration projects come from being unplugged from the puter. have fun creating!

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  5. I had just looked in your shop (I'm doing a bird post and of course I had to include the sign you made for us!) and thought it looked lonely. I can't wait to see what you add to it!

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  6. OHHHHH, I love these kinds of posts...always a neat surprise. Sea Witch

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  7. Really looking foward to your surprise!
    Jeanette

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  8. Oh Susie, I'm so excited to see what you are doing with your "spare time" ! LOL

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  9. Can't wait to see! And I'm diggin' that foot massage. Wow.

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  10. Good luck with your computer!! I am anxious to see the goodies that you are working on!!!

    Ruth

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  11. Hello, I love your blog and your creativity. I have just started a blog and I want to feature different artist every week. I was able to get Becky Kelly this week, she fabulous. I would love to feature you on my blog, WHEN you have the time.
    Jennifer
    www.jenniferdavenportdesigns.blogspot.com

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