Sunday, December 28, 2008

100 Posts...Time to Reflect

"Jessica's Thoughts"
Beth S. Macre © 2006
Prismacolor Colored Pencils on Stonehenge
100 posts! I just noticed that my last post was my 99th post to my blog! I started blogging last year in May. The first year I only blogged occasionally. I'm not typically a talkative person, so it was hard for me at first. Especially to talk about myself and my art. I had started an art journal before that, but it was private and noone else read it but me. I noticed a lot of artists were keeping art journals online. I decided to give it a try. I had been wanting a website, but I didn't really have enough recent work for a website. So I have realized, over the last year and a half, that my purpose for my blog is not only to share my art journey with my friends and family, but to share with other artists and to meet other artsts along the way. That is the best part! I love to see what other artists are doing and hear about how they go through their creative journey.

So this week, I will be thinking about the past year and what I have accomplished and will think about next year and what I hope to accomplish. I am going to think about what goals I want to set for the year and put them in writing this year so I can come back to it next year and see if they are the same. I am hoping this year will be a better year for everyone and I am looking forward to a fresh start!

Why do you blog?


  1. Hi Beth,

    I am grateful to have found you and your blog through Fannie. I received the baseball prints in the post yesterday, thanks so much. Needless to say they were both pounced upon and claimed by two of my children who were delighted with them. I look forward to your next 100 posts and admiring your beautiful creations.

  2. I'm glad to hear that you received them Brenda and good to know that your kids are enjoying them! Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Jessica's Thoughts is a very pretty piece. Well done.

    Congrats on the 100th post.


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