Monday, April 11, 2016


Time for me to take a little break away from the computer and blogging and posting for a while.  Spring has sprung.  Maybe more time outside or in the art room playing with new printmaking supplies or techniques just to see what comes from that.  I'm going to practice a little voluntary simplicity.

"I practice saying no to keep my life simple, and I find I never do it enough."
           Jon Kabat-Zinn in the book, Wherever You Go, There You Are


Debbie Nolan said...

Dear Rhonda enjoy your break - will look forward to your return. Hope you have a great day with lots of fun on your horizon. Hugs!

E.M. Corsa said...

You and I think alike. I just posting the same thing. Enjoy your time off and we'll meet again in the future!

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

Enjoy your break!

Gary L. Everest said...

Hi Rhonda,
Bravo! As a recent veteran of "reduced frequency" posting, I know you'll love the freedom from feeling that you must always have something new on tap. Rest assured, your loyal followers will stick around and when the mood does strike you to publish, they (we) will find it that much sweeter.
With spring in the air in Kentucky, you should be enjoying it firsthand, not chained to a computer. You can probably tell I've overcome the guilt (somewhat) of not posting every day or two. In addition to lots of time on the golf practice range, I've returned to ocean swimming to get in condition for the Waikiki Roughwater Swim again. I still paint everyday, but as soon as the sun gets too bright, it's off to the range, pool, ocean or street to jog.
Hope you thoroughly enjoy your hiatus and are completely rested when you feel it's time to post once more!