You Like Me? You Really Like Me?

Edit: I meant to delete this post because I did not live up to my promise. I’m sorry. Past me completely over-estimated my ability to care about much of anything after my grandma died and when I’m normally a spotty at best blogger, that’s just a recipe for, well, this situation.  I am going to leave it up though, just in case you do have feed back. I’d love to hear it. Any suggestions, favorite topics, questions, you name it. I’m constantly trying to improve the blog and think of things to make it benefit you as much as it benefits me. Even if that usually ends in me lying face down on the floor banging my head and moaning about how blogging is soooooo hard.  It kind of scares the dogs, but I do it for us. The good news is I’m back on welbutrin and I’m on a new ADD medication. I won’t promise this means more consistent blogging, but it can’t hurt. I hope. I’m also learning more about self-care and having a plan. It’s kind of mind blowing. I look forward to anything you want to share! Thank you for reading this far.




Well, hello.

Remember May 17th, 2016 when I told you I had a year’s worth of posts that would be all about us, together? No? It’s okay, I probably don’t either. I’m writing this on May 17th 2016.

This is the last post of the 104 I promised and I’m sure I’m working on another 104 posts just for us. (Future me is so on top of things, isn’t she great?) Now, how is this post about us, together? Come into my den of sexy art topics and let me explain.  I would like your feed back. I worked tirelessly for our benefit and I want to know what your favorite posts from the past year are. Or ever. Any posts you really loved and want more of.

This isn’t just for my vanity, although my vanity is already drooling at the thought of your lovely words to come. (Please.)

I want to keep improving and giving back to you through this blog. I have to know what you like so I can keep building on it.   Just leave a link in the comments or just the title, or really, whatever,  a vague sentence about what you think the post was about, perhaps.

About Elisha

Elisha Dasenbrock is an award winning, international watercolor artist. She paints with a limited palette on claybord. Dasenbrock graduated from the American Academy of Art in 2009 and has been painting professionally ever since.