Belgian was investigating the back when Kalisie sprung a trap on him, and he flipped out... literally. Then, Kalisie darted out before Belgian could get back on hsinfeet, and then she #Tackled her #BigBrother , like a #Boss !
From I can’t to I can’t stop thinking about it.
A few weeks ago I looked at Instagram and said I am finally ready to take you on. We haven’t been taking the time to figure you out, but we should have. I likened it to, it’s as if we felt that @inthebrickyard was pretty on its own so we send her out in pyjamas and no makeup on. It’s not that you need makeup to succeed in life, I think it just shows that you care enough about the occasion & showing up looking confident and proud yourself. Fresh, and ready to mingle. I had to face it that we just weren’t that.
So I went from saying “I am not great at this” for 5 years now, to “okay let me figure this out”, and now I’m in a space of exclaiming “IM SO EXCITED ABOUT THIS”. I don’t even know what happened myself. Somewhere along the line of this obsession, I got excited and it no longer became a job. I truly wanted to figure it out.
It all started out with just changing I can’t to “I can”, and I must!
Have you ever owned a single piece of jewelry that you pray to the skies that you never lose? This little gem Matt bought for me for our first Valentine's Day together. It is the petite Wheaton ring by David Yurman. The main stone is a seafoam greenish colored prasiolite stone with diamonds surrounding it, set on a DY signature twisted silver band. The stone is worn down quite a bit so it doesn't shine like it used to but I still love it. I just polished it up today so I can start wearing it again. I know for a fact once Matt reads this post he will roll his eyes because he likes to comment on how I never wear it... lol 🙄 But I do love this ring dearly and it is a very sentimental piece. What piece of jewelry do you own that stands out in your heart? I'm always curious of the stories behind them! 🖤
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this painting belongs to a collector who purchased it about 10 years ago at Patricia’s first First Friday and hasn’t stopped collecting her work since ... here’s why, in her own words, she scooped it up:
“The true romanticism of Busso’s landscape painting struck me immediately. It puts me in mind of the Hudson River School. Something similar to woods by Asher Brown Durand. On what might be called the technical side, the artist captures light in movement. Her sophisticated shading and color palette work softly, gracefully. The more one looks the more there is to see in the painting. For me it’s an ideal of abstracted representation: a desirable blend of references without specificity - meadow or embankment alongside sky and maybe a lake or river. It’s portraying nowhere I’ve walked but instead where I’ve visited in imagination.”