When I started this thing my husband said "just don't let it become an orphan." And then I did just that. To my credit, in the past six weeks we packed our whole house up and moved to a new fixer-upper and then tore out some carpet, removed some walls, pulled out 4356 nails, get the floors redone, had plasterers camped out for three days, balanced buckets all around the basement to catch the surprise leaks, met some new neighbors, applied for permits, got bids and everything under the sun and played a lot of trains with the boy. So, I've been too busy to paint or draw or print or make any art. And certainly no time to take pictures of it and throw it up here for six people to see! I do miss it. I am so guilty of looking at other peoples' work and being green with envy - not necessarily at their image making or talent or anything - just jealous of the fact that they made the time and DID IT. I need to get back on the horse. I'm too good at making excuses. I need a deadline. In the meantime, here are some pictures of what life looks like at Camp Foxbury.