After weeks and months of preparation, Friday arrived. With just a few hours to go, I wondered what would happen. How many people would come? Would they buy? Would folks get the connection between the cups and kids? My friend Gary posted on Facebook “It’s going to be a HUGE success. Better than your wildest […]
A great article came out about the cup show, first of two. I hope it gets the word out to a demographic I am anxious to reach about the cup show: adoptive and foster families. I want you to know you are being celebrated and honored. You are truly saving lives. The lives of children […]
Some incredible work continues to come in! Unbelievable…
The last of the postcards are written, the artist database is up to date, and almost all the posters we have are hung. There are a ton more details, but I feel a bit of relief getting over this hurdle. What an amazing process this has been. Yesterday I was interviewed by Baystate Parent Magazine. It […]
Today more photographs were taken for local press, a local magazine has asked for an interview and sign designer Greg Aubin installed another banner for us.
Today I was invited to speak before the Eaglebrook School community about the Finding Forever Project. At 8:30 a.m. a room full of middle school boys grew quiet and I was introduced by their teacher and my friend Jaye from Good Dirt Pottery. I was inspired to hear a bit of her story and to […]
This weekend amazing volunteers came to the gallery space for another round of sucking up brick dust and painting! It is really transforming now into the gallery space I envisioned. Warm, inviting and close to ready for the shelving!
Busy, busy, busy over here as we move through the physical action phase of Finding Forever. This past weekend we had a terrific cleaning crew join us at the gallery space to get ready for painting. They did a fantastic job! In the meantime behind the scenes we have […]
As we begin to wind down from the excitement phase of receiving so many diverse and absolutely stellar ceramic mugs and cups, it is time to head into the nose-to-the-grindstone phase of putting all the necessary pieces in place. This past week Greg Aubin, my creative partner in this venture, designed and had produced the first […]