Sunday, February 12, 2006

make it a date: the necessary paperwork

Since I'm behind on "artist dates"...this week I have one date already planned: to RENEW my PASSPORT! It expired this past August and well, duh, if I'm gonna go anywhere, I'll need a passport. This is the week I get proactive.


Blogger Laini Taylor said...

Hi Blue Dog -- I've really been enjoying reading your posts -- seems like we have a lot in common: artists married to artists, trying to make it work, wondering how to fit kids in, big big things! Best of wishes with your creative journey. And the painting of the Indian woman is wonderful. I love images of motherhood, and have also done a breastfeeding painting -- though mine is a faerie!

1:50 AM  
Blogger Frivolitea said...

Hi. I just watched the movie, White Oleander, that you recommended to me after reading my blog post on shrines. I thought it was a good movie and I really enjoyed seeing Astrid's suitcase shrines at the end. Thanks for the recommendation.

9:02 AM  
Blogger megg said...

Hi there, I just wanted to know if you'll be keeping this blog when the Artist's Way is finished?!?!

3:37 AM  
Blogger Blue Dog said...

megg--hmmm...good question. i've been thinking about that. lately i tend to write here more often than my other blog. but my old blog has a lot of me and my history that i don't want to abandon completely. how's that for an ambiguous answer. :)- by the way, i love your flower photos!

6:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that's a great idea! It's like the precursor to a BIG artist date somewhere in a foreign country.


1:30 PM  
Blogger gkgirl said...

teehee..sounds like a fun one
by the way,
i didn't forget about the tag

i just did it
and wanted to say thanks for
thinking of me

8:15 PM  
Blogger In Otter Space said...

What a perfect date. It really gives you premission to pack your bags. Hope you take a smile big for the passport picture.

8:45 AM  
Blogger In Otter Space said...

Man just reread my comment. I sound a bit illiterate. Not really I'm just a bad bad speller...but I think "premission" was actually a good typo. It really is a Pre-mission. Good luck with the passport date.

8:51 AM  
Blogger Blue Dog said...

in otter space: i've been making spelling errors in comments almost constantly. gah! but i think you're right--"pre-mission" is a good one! :)

9:04 AM  

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