Well, a lot actually.
I have been working with Dollmaker’s Journey for the last several months. I assist with writing the newsletter, answering customer questions and emails, and manage the FB page and events. I enjoy this job immensely, and love my boss, Mary Ann Kaahanui.
I have also been to the Artistic Figures in Cloth and Clay conference recently. My what a wonderful world to be in! I did not want to leave. I took classes with Jody Miller, Debra Klopp Kersey, and Sherry Goshon as my instructors. I learned so much and gained an enormous amount of inspiration.
Since then, I have been trying to motivate myself to get work done. It’s not hard when you have been inspired. However, my thoughts and excitement often leave me overwhelmed and looking for where to start. Thankfully, I have found some things to focus on instead of letting myself run around in circles.
I completed a project for an online Day of the Dead challenge in the Every Witch Way Lane group on Facebook. My Day of the Dead skull turned out great. With the techniques I learned from Debra Klopp Kersey, and the challenge, I found myself thrilled with the results. I am now working on a body to go with this item. I am anxious to see how it all turns out.
I was also recently married. I am now Sara Baker, instead of Sara Anderson. I am so happy, and very much love my new husband. With Miniki, the three of us are a very happy family.