During this time of basically not leaving the house due to COVID-19, I’m finally catching up on editing some past videos while practicing good sanitary procedures.
A year ago, this month, I moved into the new Casa De Countess and I can’t be more pleased to say that I’ll be here another year. I’m going through and sharing new pieces on my YouTube channel while hunkering down.
And to help with everyone’s mental state, I’m doing FREE yoga and meditation classes on my channel, the first one here:
And again catching up at the Museum, enjoy some peaceful bird watching:
I will be adding many more things for your entertainment soon.
Be safe, be well, and as always, thank you for reading!
I’ve been so busy, as usual. And historically, this day is a busy one artistically. A brief look back at today’s memories (February 18) showed a dog art opening, prepping for Steampunk art opening, and promoting a gallery opening. Creation continues today, I’m working on a costume for a Jane Austen tea this weekend, and I’ve started rehabbing the dress.
Changes continue as well. When I went to the Pet Parade in the historic Soulard Market with some family and friends (more on that below), we stopped at a local watering hole. I was ready to further unwind, took off my favorite hat, and unfurled my unruly tresses.
My hair was a matted, curly mess, even with a ton of tea tree oil. I had already noticed my hair is thinning (hello, menopause) and I was going to cut it soon. Long hair actually pulls more on the scalp, so shorter I go until I figure out what meds or lasers, etc., I might do. I already got thickening hair fiber powder. I was totally ready to cut.
I actually had to resist cutting it when I got back home from the parade, because well, I’d been drinking. I did a careful detangling instead.
The next morning, I took a good hard look in the mirror, did a little planning and parting. Within five minutes, I had a new cut.