Suzanna Climbs a Tree

It's not often I climb trees these days but a slightly chilly spring day came along and the tree was there.  20 feet up, Suzanna is in full swing, trying desperatley to match the playground equipment.

Photo by @booltox, Chicago.

I'm wearing my favorite hoodie from my favorite place: The Pertrified Forest National Park, and my new favorite tennies.

Who wants a free Tshirt? Follow directions [winner!]


Winner! @gothsuccubus ! Congrats! Send me your full name and snail mail address



My travels to Austin and the South by Southwest ( sxsw interactive) conference have been enlightening and fruitful.

I just so happen to stumble upon a Tshirt in the size of large (sorry, that's all they had) from the interesting Internet memmie people at icanhazcheezburger. They had an interesting talk about the power of viral internets. Familiar with them? Naw, me neither ;)

If you would like to win this prize (shipped free to you, anywhere in the world), please follow the exact instructions:

1. Follow (or already be following @fleesmarket) on Twitter

2. Join Klout (or already be a member/signed up)

3. Find Klout member "stephenstrong" and give him a +K in one of his topics (homebrewing, beer, pinterest, social media)

4. Email me with your twitter account and Klout account usernames saying you've followed steps 1-4

You dig? Its all about following directions.

Entry will be accepted for the next 5 days and ends Friday, March 16th. A drawing will be held and one winner will be chosen. No whiners please, it's a free, fun contest. Questions? Email me.

Here's what the Tshirt looks like - size Large only.

Learning neato printmaking at Spudnik Press

Master James, Still Milly and I attended a Spudnik Press community print making class to learn a few printing tips.  Here are some pics of the screen printing and foam to ink block printing we did. Had loads of fun learning and want to take more classes
"Spudnik Press Cooperative is a non-profit community space providing a forum for printmakers and the creative community of Chicago."