Reach Core Artist Collective @Same Cafe
This is an 8 x 10 mixed-media piece. It has hidden motivational quotes to remind me that I can motivate and choose my mood. I started focusing on the words and thought they needed to be accented but I realize that I am in the control. I was feeling abstract when using my turquoise paint. Finishing this piece gave me confidence.
This is a 5 x 7overlay of mixed acrylics. I felt like I was tippy-toeing around with the dots. Then I started my funky movement. I then when back with different shades of turquoise. I finalized it with gold accents.
My favorite size is 11×14, this one has acrylic. I started with colors that may have been used for this series. I change shades as I progressed through the background. I realize that I wanted to create an oval-like shape. I also wanted to tie in some gold. This reminds me of eggs in a nest.
What I did: March 12, 2023
I have a few new bracelets that I made. I have been selling these for $7 but I have learned from my friends that I am selling my stuff cheaply.
This is a mix of semi-precious stones, glass, spacers, and metal beads. $10
I made some scrunchies. This is my second batch so I may wait to raise my prices on these. I am also working on a couple of other things too.
This is a scrunchy. Made of fabric and elastic. I only have dogs and cats. $2
So, I am learning as a new biz owner, there is a lot to learn. I like selling my therapeutic crafts and seeing where this leads me. I just got a brand-new, to me, sewing machine. It is a Bernina B535. Now I have to insure my biz items, organize my files, and start planning to get my things in order. I probably need bookkeeping software too. I do know that I can do this as a micro/ mini business. I think this may keep me afloat while I get organized.
If you have comments about what you think I should do leave them down below. Also, if you are creative and would love to talk about creativity and its therapeutic values. Comment below and thanks for reading.
ADG Plays & Reviews SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake “For The First Time” & Beyond | Parts 1-4
We Love Sponge Bob!
Courtesy of THQ Nordic PR, I play SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake “For The First Time” This series hopefully will cover the entire game and I already gave it a “Just Buy It” Final Review Verdict in Part 2. Find out what all the fuss about while witnessing the game in action, with my first four parts of my walkthrough.
SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake is available for Nintendo Switch™, PC, PlayStation®4, and Xbox One.
Since its launch on July 17, 1999, SpongeBob SquarePants has reigned as the most-watched animated series for 22 consecutive years, while generating a universe of beloved characters, pop culture catchphrases, and memes, theatrical releases, consumer products, a Tony award-winning Broadway musical and a global fan base. SpongeBob SquarePants is one of the most widely distributed properties in Paramount International history, seen in more than 170 countries, translated in 29+ languages, and averaging more than 100 million total viewers every…
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A House, a Tiny-home, and a Trailer
I have thought about this a lot, like everyone. I would love a house that my family or friends could live in or stay in if they were in town. I would love to have my own Tiny home for myself for my permanent residence. Finally, I would like a trailer hitch to a 6-cylinder SUV for nationwide travel. I think that would make me completely content.
Let’s start with the house. I have friends and family that travel, and some that can’t afford to live alone. I would love to have at least two temporary spaces for the travelers. One could be an Airbnb and the other just family. I would like four rooms and a full basement. The basement could have a private door for that rental. One of the other four would be the spare room for guests. I could let one relative live rent-free with the condition of upkeep on Airbnb.
The Tiny-home would be on the land and I could stay there. I would have a crafting space/office/dining space. I would want a shower, patio, and space for a guest to sleep. I may have a shed for crafting to but only room for one. I would want a bike trail nearby for outdoor rides. I also want a space to sell my crafts, like a lemonade stand.
Now we are going to talk about the trailer. I could use the trailer instead of the tiny home but I want to travel and give to people around the country who are in need. I want all the same amenities as the tiny-home but more stable storage. I will need a rack for my bike and the pop-out patio. I hope there is room for at least one more person. I want this to feel like a home away from home.
I think to some this may sound a bit greedy but if I only had the trailer for me, the other two could go to family members so they will never be without a place to stay. I remember being unhoused but I don’t think that it would be asking for too much to take care of my family with the money I won and provide housing for them. I hope this prompts you to think outside of the box.
Resident Evil 2 _Chickenboyy_
Wow, he is doing good!
One of my current roles is as an Advisory Board Member to Elevated Denver, a new nonprofit in Denver dedicated to finding new solutions to our homelessness crisis. We are focused on humanizing the issue and testing new solutions driven by diverse stakeholders and our homeless neighbors. We are working on Season 2 of the podcast, where you can hear from our unhoused neighbors and local experts, as well as hear about bright spots in the system of support. We are also doing research to understand how clients engage with and move through the system, what needs are and are not being met, and where they are getting stuck. Together these will help inform new solutions. The end goal is a more effective and responsive system that meets peoples’ needs so they can move into stable housing more efficiently.
I believe in this work and I hope you will consider supporting Elevated Denver for Colorado Gives Day: https://www.coloradogives.org/story/Elevateden.
These are the art submitted for the Homeless Mortality theme.
This is Diedre’s from Healthcare for the homeless Houston “Change” committee
“Success Can – Pressurized Fortitude”
Karen Adkins from St. Francis Day Shelter
Kyrstle Yang from The Gathering Place
Myra from Colorado Coalition for the Homeless CAB
A Plague Tale: Requiem’ Unveils New Story Details (PC, PS5, XSX, Switch) With A New Trailer
Is this a remake of “The last of Us” or a spin off?
PARIS—Sept.27, 2022—A Plague Tale: Requiem,the sequel to the critically acclaimedA Plague Tale: Innocenceby Asobo Studio and Focus Entertainment coming to Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation®5, PC, and in Cloud Version on Nintendo Switch on October 18, just unveiled new narrative elements in itslatest story trailer.
As Amicia and Hugo set out to find a mysterious island in the hope of ending the curse which runs through Hugo’s blood, they find themselves having to rely on the help of the people they meet. Walking into foreign territory, the young de Runes are unlikely to make it alone… but how much trust can they place in strangers? The answer seems as uncertain as the island is beautiful and terrifying.
Thanks to NVIDIA RTX, the most advanced platform for ray tracing and AI technologies, a stunning visual journey awaits PC players.
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Sheila was one of the kindest, most caring, and loving people that I know. She was at the top of her game as a crafter and was inspiring. She would give without thought to whoever asked. Her spirit and what she gave to this world should be instilled in everyone.
Sheila loved a clean house. She loved Scubby Doo as her best friend and he loved her back. Sheila cleaned her house on binges. She would spend 2-3 days non-stop cleaning until she couldn’t clean anymore. Then she would rest for a few days. She loved to cook for others, and we enjoyed some of her Menudo and tamales. She had that neighborhood mother mentality. If she was cooking, creating, or whatever, you were going to be a part of it.
Scubby was her protector. Although he loved women of all shapes and sizes, he would get mad and bark at you, if you even looked like you were taking her away. If possible he would smell you from head to toe. He was an awesome companion for her and they belonged together.
As a friend, we would talk on messenger for hours at a time. She befriended my family, especially my mom, site unseen. My mom grabbed a shelf to keep all the wonderful things that Sheila made for her and welcomed more. I was inspired to boost my craft skills to be almost as good as her but I don’t think that will happen. I was blessed to receive gifts from her and be someone that she loved. I will miss her kindness and her love as my friend and sister.
May she rest in peace.
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