Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Blooms have been whispering

Mother Nature really is throwing some curve balls at us. Some very strange weather for sure. I guess most know that I live in Alabama and am very proud to say that I am one of the true Southern GRITS. (girl raised in the South) Our state has been hit really hard with the weather in the past year. Those horrible nasty monsters (tornadoes) that hit Tuscaloosa and her close by communities in April and now the one that hit Birmingham and her surrounding areas the beginning of this week. My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected.

One thing that Mother Nature has done here that is far from any monsters she can throw at us are the beautiful flowers we have blooming. Some are breathtaking and right outside my studio windows. I have those large Southern Camilla trees and big huge Azalea bushes and they are full of shining little faces. (that's blooms people...blooms ^_^) While sitting here gazing out the windows this past weekend my muse and those shining little faces began to whisper to me.

Still in the WIP (work in progress) stages but she is getting closer to completely revealing herself to me. I hope to get her painted and dressed today. I attached her wings last night. Do you remember the beaded butterfly wings I was working on several months ago? Here...let me joggle that memory some....... you remember, ri iight? I did finish them and they are finally going to be part of a fae.  Not the one I had originally planned for them but we all know that our muse likes to totally confuse us at times. At least my Li'l mischievous one does. If yours doesn't....DO NOT TELL ME!!! I would like to think that it happens to all of us quirky's a sanity issue. ^_^

Until next time...........HUGS, Regi


  1. She is really looking lovely! So much wonderful detail goes into your dolls!

  2. Ohhhh, it's coming along! Fabby so far...even if she is nekkid, lol!

  3. Love Love Love the face. This will be outstanding when finished. Glad you are safe.

  4. She is already beautiful, and yes, I definitely remember the gorgeous wings! We just had our first daffodils of the season open! I love spring, but I hope all these confused flowers don't get bitten by a late freeze!