I have some magic keys…

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BAD! Kitty Art Studio

Above work in progress…it’s coming along. I still have lots of ideas about where this is going, and that’s fine and fun for now. I am remaining unattached to the end result and letting go of my resistance to my own eternal flow.
Name of this work: (play on the word History)
‘ Her-story: It was written all over her face’
24″ X 30″
Gallery wrapped

Quote for today:

In order to move our self image higher on the spectrum of performance, we must specifically attack our self-talking and our self-thinking.

By using constructive imagination – the eye of faith – we can change our self image.

Constructive imagination consists of three parts.

Verbal: The words we say to ourselves and about ourselves.

Visual: What we see ourselves doing.

Emotional: What we feel about ourselves.

Specifically, what must we do?

We define the role we want to change, exactly how we want to change,

and then we have a written affirmation describing the change.

By repeating the affirmation we will find our constructive imagination . . .

our eye of faith . . . changing.

And, we are changing.

~Hyrum W. Smith


Do what needs to be done today.

Be brave enough to say No to the Rest

so you can be able to say Yes

to the Best.

Success ( in any form) comes from being able to survive failure…

and self-doubt…again, and again, and again….

and then being able to look at the next obstacle

in your path…

with a shit eating grin.

Give the world your best today…

just do it.



  1. BlueJude
    April 26, 2007

    Gee, just what I need to hear today! The new piece is outrageous!Very cool!

  2. Cynthia
    April 27, 2007

    I LOVE this one!

  3. jafabrit
    April 27, 2007

    wow, this is really coming along and is really HIP and cool!

  4. HMBT
    April 27, 2007

    Well thank you all…shucks and I was just having some fun is all. 🙂


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