Miss Teena is feeling so much better after we found the right medication for her and she has been filling her time with her bead-work. She just completed two fully beaded dolls and is putting the finishing touches on her third. Her talents amaze me and I'm so blessed to have her in my life.
I started with a new direction for my art and have been included in the Drysdales Catalog. Also I started making Art Beds and I'm so proud of the way they have turned out, I'm planning on taking them to a Gallery in Dallas in January. This Summer my teaching for Oklahoma University's continuing education was full of excitement and I receive as much from my students as I give them.
Miss Teena's new kitchen is nearing it's completion and I'm convinced it will be the boldest, brightest kitchen here on the reservation. We are so anxious to have one table in one room that we all can sit down to and share our meals together as a family. Miss Teena is also ready for the dust and mess of remodeling to be over.
The work and planning of Tiercy & Gary's May wedding continues and we are anxious for this grand event and sharing it with all of our guests. Our Son Chasin will graduate from High School in May so the month will be full of celebration.
I'll be in Oklahoma City the weekend of December 12-14th to sign the 2004 American Indian Art Calendar. This is my third year to be included in this event and I do enjoy my time with all the other very talented artists. I was truly honored to be a part of this wonderful collection of gifted people.
I wish each and every one a Very Merry Christmas and may your New Year be a Blessed one!
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