Tuesday, March 01, 2005

not so lonely.

Recently, I was perusing Superhero Designs. In reading Andrea's profile, I felt akin as she described the isolation she felt working alone on her business. She writes more about it in her creative business guide. However, I'm glad for the growing network of creative women in independent business I'm finding through the Internet. Yet again, Punky Power!


Anonymous said...

I checked out her profile and what was amazed by was that she worked with SARK… wow; I am in awe…what an opportunity that must have been for her... a dear friend of mine gave me the book: Inspiration Sandwich by SARK a long time ago … when ever I get down on my self about not being as artistic as I think I should be, I crack open this gem and start to feel the juices of creativity flow once more, it’s a lovely thing

Creatrix (aka Jennifer) said...

lol..great minds...and btw "punky power" is now my pet cheer.

funkyjunkie said...

Years and years ago (let's say about 20!), Punky Brewster was my favorite show. When the show was canceled, I think it was the worst day of my life. Then again, I was also 7 ... :?