Author: Annie

Anne has been a professional fine artist for over 20 years. She earned a BFA in Painting from Miami University of Ohio and an MA in Professional Communication from Purdue University. She is represented by Navillus Gallery in Toronto, ONT, and has exhibited in the Artist Project New York, Chicago's Old Town Art Fair, Ann Arbor's Art Fair the Original, and the One of a Kind Show in Chicago. Anne works and resides in her childhood home, in the family since 1881.

make this happen

Dear Blog:   Kindly do me a few favors and make the following list of stuff go away:   1 – This “very personal” purchase suggestion by some California cemetery site somehow stumbled upon: A stunning bouquet featuring lavender roses and a green orchid placed inside the casket is a tender and very personal tribute. • The radiant arrangement includes one… Read more →


Blog, am I ever glad we live here in the Big City and head to Sarah’s House for great industrial fixtures, appliances, cameras and more – all made into the greatest lamps and pendants.  I kept with the theme, and added these:         Read more →

hey, kids

Blog, I cannot wait to hang with the neighbor kids for our weekly fun time.  We, you know, read the funnies n stuff.  Really, super fun stuff like that. Logan, it’s your turn to read.  Share the pictures with the group.   Read more →

sugar mountain

Oh, to live on Sugar Mountain With the barkers and the colored balloons, You can’t be twenty on Sugar Mountain Though you’re thinking that you’re leaving there too soon, You’re leaving there too soon. It’s so noisy at the fair But all your friends are there And the candy floss you had And your mother and your dad. Oh, to… Read more →

looking down the barrel

The Cracker Barrel, that is.  And you won’t like what I found, Blog.  Turns out, those nasty bitches have us over a barrel. For starters, there’s this animal abuse.  Sarah McLachlan-style, full-on sadness.  Those cracka’s are shipping animals to these United States from China for a “better life” – in plastic bags, heaped atop one another, squeezed into buckets. So you say,… Read more →

the load

Dear Person in Front of Me with a Cadillac Pick-up Truck, Blog and I have gathered a heavy load of pretentious from our hometown streets.  It’s way too heavy for our monster truck and, well, we noticed you have an adequate capacity for the stuff, so please help us keep our streets clean.  If you can.  Something tells me you can. Read more →


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