Wednesday, November 28, 2012

visit my Etsy shop

If you
BELIEVE in supporting small businesses
come on over and see what I have to offer.
You will be glad you did!

I just posted 3 new prints in my Etsy shop.
All my prints are 8x10 and printed on archival, photographic paper.
Each print is matted and ready to be framed in an 11x14 frame.  
How easy is that?
You will be giving a gift along with an inspirational message.  
Thank You from the bottom of my heart for your support.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Thanks Linda Kinnaman

My friend Heather and I were featured on this site, today. (the link is below)
Take a moment and head on over to read it.

Thanks to Linda. She is helping me share the stories of some incredible women who are proudly proclaiming to be a creative Late Bloomer. If you are a creative Late Bloomer I'd be honored to share your story, too.  Visit my site at

This painting is by Linda.
Isn't is awesome?
Thanks Linda!
Linda Kinnaman regularly posts 3 times a week ~ she has Mixed Media Mondays + Wet Paint Wednesdays + Fighting Fear Fridays. Each post is a good read and I always leave with a smile or something to apply to my life.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

he did it again!

John and I  went into the Apple store so I could  ask some questions about their Macs.  I had my list of questions and I was determined to get my answers.  An Apple employee came up to me and asked me if my name was Teresa Cash, I said YES and he said,  "here is your new computer". 

Then I look up and there was John, grinning from ear to ear, taking my picture.  John surprised me again!  I have got to have one of the most loving and supportive husbands in the whole wide world.

Take a look at Ron's face (the Apple employee) he looks like he was having fun with it as well.

Saturday, November 17, 2012


I've given alot of thought to how amazing things can happen when you believe, with all our heart, that something grand can happen to us.  Grander than we can ever imagine!
My resolve has been to, Dream what seems to be an impossible dream. 
Wanna join me?
Tell me what your dreams would be. 
 I really want to hear them!

(this print will soon be added to my Etsy shop)

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Our trip to Sedona

John & I just returned from another wonderful time in Sedona, AZ.  There are so many things I love about Sedona.   The scenery is breathtaking!  I'm more at peace when I am there.  It is one of my goals to own a home there with a studio overlooking the red rocks.   One day it will come true!  In the meantime, I continue to enjoy our annual trip.  I lived in Arizona for approx 1.5 years and in that time I became more in touch with my spiritual side.  That may be why it  feels "right" to me. 

Each day in Sedona John & I we would rise early and hike, often times we would be climbing the red rocks.  One day we started on this path called Lizard Head Trail, it was not a well known trail to the tourists, it was one the locals would do. We were thinking it was going to be on low land.  Well it wasn't, it was quite high up.  It was probably one of the most strenuous hikes we had done.  I was getting sorta scared at what was ahead until we met Brian.  He was a local guy sitting at the top of a boulder.  We stopped him to gather some info on where we were and where this trail was headed.  John got the fine details from him but I believe I got a greater message.  He said to let the mountain teach me.  I was not longer concerned, I was more focus on learning the lessons. 
Here are a few the things I discovered.
*I can do alot more than I give myself credit for
*When a can't do attitude creeps in realize I have a choice and it begins with the good attitude
*There are many paths to take, just know where I am going and choose the right path
*Enjoy every step of the journey
*I have John's support
*Celebrate your victories
I was, also, very fortunate to meet up with a long time friend that I haven't seen in about 16-17 years, Jeanne and her husband Steve.  Jeanne and I worked together for several years at a doctors' office.  She has a contagious laugh and I loved hearing and seeing her laugh again.  I remember there was a time that at lunchtime would buy carnations and go downtown and randomly give them to people and wish them a Happy Day.  That fell in line with the random acts of kindness.  Now that our husbands have met, I sure hope we see reach other again.

The last part of what Brian said the day on the mountain was to have fun.  So I pushed myself out of my comfort zone.
I had fun!
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