Another Armadillo

This armadillo just surfaced in my messy studio.  It's an ATC (Artist Trading Card) made by Carol K. Boyer and given to me by her when we were together at a creativity retreat a few years ago. (The image is a little fuzzy; I have got to get me a scanner!)

Why Armadillos, Part 4

This week's topic at Inspire Me Thursday is polka dots, which dovetails beautifully with my armadillo theme, because I happen to own a handmade, polka-dotted armadillo. (How many people can say that?) Made for me by Donna Faivre-Roberts, doll maker extraordinaire, as a going away gift when I left Ithaca, this cutie is about 4... Continue Reading →

The Truth About Armadillos

or Why Armadillos? (part 2) or Inspire Me Thursday - Whimsy Back in 2001 and 2002, I spent the spring in Killeen, Texas as part of a research team studying black-capped vireos and golden-cheeked warblers on Fort Hood. I was working as a programmer for Cornell University's Bioacoustics Research Program, and having gotten severely seasick... Continue Reading →

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