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I am a stay at home mom - and an independent jewelry stylist(work from home). I moved to Trumbull, CT from NYC 2 years ago.
I have a love for art. I am not an artist per say but I am infatuated with the idea of being one. I appreciate the abstraction of art as it flows with my lifestyle and my perception of life. Life to me is complicated and diverse but I thrive on complexity. I am often conceived as argumentative but I prefer “opinionated”. I am not aggressive nor abrasive but definitely a “go getter”. All music is good to my ears but one stands out more than the other and that’s jazz.. It’s like art, misunderstood and it doesn’t always have to make sense. I am silly but can be serious when needed. If I don’t know it, help me understand.. I am truly loyal and work hard at commitment. I say work hard at commitment because I need constant change in my surroundings and place of adventure. As for relationship, happily married to a bubbly,witty and vivacious husband.
Favorite quote by Picasso,”I’d like to live as a poor man with lots of money.”
What is your blogging philosophy?
Live life !
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I tried to e-mail you but it did not go through! I would love to do a little ladies gathering, but it is hard right now. But I do have some friends who would probably like to. I will let you know. Keep in touch. Hey stop by and enter my giveaway. It is my first one and I am excited about it. it is sucha great and important book. Have a great day!
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