After spending several years as an art director/graphic designer in Philadelphia, San Francisco and Chicago, my life took an about-face, and I moved to a Wisconsin farm, set up shop in a little milk house and married my farmer guy. I couldn’t be happier. I have a slap-happy barn dog named Bowzer B. Dawg, a stray cat that came in from the cold named Gray Ghost, and an herb garden that’s teaching me a thing or two. After years of living in small apartments, it’s nice to be able to simply step outside my door and into grass, trees, fields and sky. Being here on the farm, with a lovely husband who is quite patient, I’m getting back to my sewing, drawing, and even some renovating standard for an old house and barn. I’m surrounded by corn fields and Holsteins and quite like it. By day I continue to work in the graphic design field for a sewing/notions company which is a pretty good thing. I can’t say I excel in any one thing in life, but I do have fun trying. And maybe that’s a little bit what this blog is about, me trying…in an environment to which I am relatively new but have embraced wholeheartedly. Graze, enjoy, and thank you for visiting!