Okay, so it has been a long time since I have posted, but I have not been idle – no siree! I have been doing fall-clean-up around the house (okay, mainly my husband has been – but I helped!), the usual mom stuff, writing articles, managing an art exhibit opening, typing up meeting minutes (oh, and attending meetings) and trying to balance work and home life (wish me luck with that) and sort of change the direction of this blog to reflect that whole return to work/work at home mom thing which is pretty tricky to navigate (also working on SEO of blog which is a thankless task at least while you are doing it).
So I while I was multi-tasking – I mean cleaning out my inbox – found this – watch it now. Really, you need to.
I am also reading Jonathan Franzen’s Freedom and I am seriously having a hard time putting it down.[amazon-product alink=”0000FF” bordercolor=”000000″ height=”240″]0312600844[/amazon-product]A great read but, man, there are a lot of dysfunctional Mid-Westerners – who knew?
I also just wrapped up the opening exhibit for Sharon Schindler, Photographer. Her photos are gorgeous and reproduced on large stretched canvas frames. If you can’t get enough of them on the website, go to L’Aroma Cafe in West Newton (they have a great Newbury Street location, too) where the photos will be up for the next month or so. I can’t say enough about the kind and wonderful people at L’Aroma and that it is truly a warm and welcoming gathering spot for the local community. The exhibit is fantastic and Sharon Schindler is a talent to watch. Personally, I love all of the photos – especially the Brimfield pictures…both because I like the subject matter and because I was with Sharon when she took the photos. Her use of color and perspective are outstanding – she studied at Boston University and maybe they should have the next exhibit.