Two of them, as a matter of fact.
I wish I could say that I can recall that most monumental of days with great clarity. Alas, the events that transpired since seem to have turned my once-proud thinking apparatus to a sad, gloppy bowl of mush.
Thus I look to various avenues of social media to do all my remembering for me...
January also marked another year of maturity for the boy child; that being a nebulous concept for an almost-teenaged male of the species.
He requested Old Spice Body Wash. We are officially on high alert.
She changed her mind.
Fortunately for me, the trap had already sprung and it was too late for me to turn back. Uploading new artwork soon replaced my addiction to feeling guilty for not doing housework.
(It's a long story.)
As if there's anything more manly than magnolias!
My husband is forbidden from traveling ever again.
But October also proved to be an epic month for me when I was accepted into my very first gallery.
We decided the best way to honor Arrow's memory would be to open our home to another animal, so we rescued this dashing fellow, Wallace, a two-year-old Boxador (Boxer/Labrador mix), from the Humane Society.
I know, I know! What will become of my digital art street cred?
Fear not, for I am even now hard at work on new digital pieces. I am so excited to see what the new year has in store for us.
Here's wishing you all a very happy, healthy, and prosperous 2015!