By the Mighty Mumford

We see what we’re going to see,

Some see it as prophesy…

Opportunity to grow

In the federal

Government is lookiing optimisticly!


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Vattendroppens väg – raindrop is falling

Annas Art - FärgaregårdsAnna


I read a text about how water droplets falling and got the inspiration for this black and white drawing. The drop begins its journey at the top of the roof and takes down the tiles and heaves over the gutter edge plants in its form and continues with the wind playing down to the ground where it bursts out many more droplets where the air then resumes the water to start the whole trip.

In a sense that when we go conducted skis. We go down the hill, take the lift up to go down again.

Jag läste en text om hur vattendroppar faller och fick inspiration till denna svartvita teckning. Droppen börjar sin färd längst upp på hustaket och tar sig nedåt längs takpannorna och häver sig över hängrännans kant, växter i sin form och fortsätter med vindens lek ner till marken där den brister ut i många fler…

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The Happy Book

Many of us are unhappy in their lives. We believe that if only we earn more money ,were thinner ,were married , had more friends, then we would be happy. What we fail to realise is that lasting happiness doesn’t come from anything outside of ourselves, nor does it happen for some but not others. We are each responsible for creating your own happiness regardless of outer circumstances. We can start being happy by a loving our life is ugly as they are right now.


• Live in the present moment.

When you are living in the present. You are living where life is happening right now, not thinking about the past or stressing about the future events. You are in the here and now, which is really the only time that you have any control over your circumstances. The…

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Haddon Musings


“After learning Chilkat, I gained the art of patience, the way of gratitude, and the act of compassion. The universe opened its doors with a flood of information; the kind of information not definable, yet powerfully written in our Native art, in the ways of our people, and in our commune with nature.”

This is a quote from Clarissa Rizal who is a 2016 NEA National Heritage Fellow.  More about Clarissa tomorrow.

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Waking Olivia – Book Review

All Romance Reads

Waking Olivia

Title: Waking Olivia

Author: Elizabeth O’Roark

Publication Date: March 14th, 2016

About the Book:

“That girl isn’t just trouble of the not-a-team-player, not-a-reliable-runner variety. She’s trouble of the devious, manipulative, too-f***ing-hot-for-her-own good variety. She’s the kind of girl who causes trouble merely by existing, and then makes sure to cause more. 

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