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Hi Folks!
Rather than having to update the page all the time and repeat information that I already post on Social Media, I'll just leave this static. I've got too much creating to do instead of updating pages! I hope you "innerstand!"  :-)
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@pateogram on Instagram!

I will post the Class and then once paid, I'll send you the link!


Wow! Who would have thought that almost a year ago the entire world was put on hold and turned upside down! The entire world! Not just one country but every country has been affected, so I just want to encourage you as hard as it is, please hang in there! I really believe it's going to get so much better.
Keep yourself in a high vibrational place...what I do to maintain it as best I can?


  2. Listen to wonderful uplifting music,

  3. take twenty, thirty or several hours to create something

  4. or endeavor your time to something that you LOVE to do.

  5. When the heart is full of light and love it always brings you to a higher place.

Hello everyone!  During what appears to be a crazy period in our lives, the schedule below is based on an optimistic scenario. I am complying with request for social distancing. I have been creating art and video offerings with this newfound time and selling items to help mepay the rent on my studio during these difficult times. If you would like to help me out, please click on the DONATE but in above menu. I thank you from the bottom of my heart in advance!

This exhibit is compilation of thoughts interpreted through various mediums and accompanied with original Haiku poetry.

I've always enjoyed writing poetry and would often put my thoughts onto paper, however, living with carpal tunnel and nerve damage from an accident, I stopped writing. It was about 10 years ago I discovered Haiku.

Haiku is a very short form of Japanese poetry in three phrases, typically characterized by three qualities: The essence of haiku is "cutting".

First line is composed of 5 syllables, second line is 7 syllables and third line is 5 syllables. 
So I've really discovered that in order for me to convey what I want, I must be mindful of the words that I choose.  I just love it.