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What a week:)

Just finished my American Bazaar and the respond was really great..and Bijou Bazaar just taken place last Saturday and Sunday. Doing Bazaar can be very hectic when the duration is quite close from one to another bazaar. But the rewards was so worthwhile with networking, respond and do not forget the fun part of it:) 


The challenging part is my art and craft is done from scratch..Mean it is time consuming to produce. With participation in many Bazaar I definitely need to constantly produce a stocks ..but unfortunately with teaching, designing in between I just need to follow the flow...


Another month to go before a new year...and I am so bless that I have project inline till January... from one to another... I can't wait for my tiny studio renovation which I hope can be completed before end of 2010. I desperately need bigger and more comfortable creative space. But at this juncture I need to be patience...
Words and visual that really move me.
Painting 7"x7" RM80 SOLD
Here I would like to share this word that I found and inspired from Keri Smith blog... which I feel connected to it...

As an adult I decided I would never live in a way that I would have any regrets about what could have been, I would do whatever I was drawn to, whatever moved me, and try to experience everything as fully as possible.
Of course, as I got older I learned that my life is not about the things i’ve planned, and it’s much better that way. I no longer find it necessary to be 100% sure of anything. Planning just gets in the way of living well, in my opinion, but I digress…

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