Tuesday, March 02, 2010

after the rain....

What's going on...
 
after the rain in the garden...
my new little orange tree is so happy...and my potager garden is starting to bloom...

 

There has also been a visit to Stampington where art pal Connie Freedman and I checked out Stampington's new digs and met the new Editor-In-Chief and Director of Publishing, Christen Olivarez and associate editor Beth Livesay. Some new art projects underway you'll be seeing in future issues of Somerset Studio, Art Doll and Sew Somerset. My unruly hair is as unruly as my art...
Anyone watching Jack save the world for the 8th season?
just wondering...


 

8 comments:

margo said...

Oh, your garden is so beautiful. Love the orange tree. I have a lemon tree. I planted it from a seed. It was from a lemon I bought at the grocery store. lol. I'm proud of it. It hasn't blossomed or produced lemons yet. It's almost 10 years old too. It's still in a pot. Maybe that's why. I want to plant it one day but I want to make sure it's where I'm going to stay.

When I saw the first pic, at first I thought that was my reflection. lol.

I have unruly hair too. :D

Tiglizzyclone said...

Your unruly hair looks a 100 times better than the frizzy mess I am blessed with!

I haven't been watching Jack save the world... but I have been watching another Jack save Eureka.

Kathy said...

I love your reflection in the photograph. I have unruly hair too...wavy...and sometimes it is so bad I say I am having an Einstein day.

OH SNAP! said...

Are your oranges edible? The edible ones around here are about shot. How lucky to be around such a creative group of genuinely nice looking people. You can see it in all your eyes.

Yes, yes! You got me hooked, thank heavens for hulu.com What do you think of Renee's character? I wish they hadn't made her have a break down and be so wimpy. It seems out of character from last year.
ta ta
Wburgcanchaser

gail said...

Hi, I was just stopping by to see whats new. I always enjoy reading your blog. There is nothing like and oragange tree in your garden. The scent of the blooms in the spring is my very favorite.
Happy Creating, gail

James said...

Hi MS Cartwright, You and your friends look so nice, but don't you have any blonde friends??...When I was in third grade my hair was such a mess I would put my head down on my school desk and cry..... now, now I just cry...

Lynette said...

Beautiful garden.

Mrs. T. said...

We watch Jack here. This moment, I'm watching what else... The Sound of Music. Since you and I have pretty much "grown up together", it's always fun to check in every now and then. :)