Getting through the Cold and a Cold

It has been what I feel like forever since I have blogged, but I think its only been a few days. I have been busy but have also been sick. Hubby caught something that was going around from work and brought it home for me to catch. Nothing too major, just achy body, sore throat and crazy congestion. I have been taking Dayquil and Nyquil like clockwork and drinking tons of fluids.

I hope everyone’s week has been going well.  I have been pretty busy in between a few gigs.  I taught a small face painting class where my hubby and a few other guys volunteered to be models for a few easy kid friendly designs.




I had even brought some of my beauty school mannequins for some people to practice on. We did a few designs that are quick and easy, perfect for a gig that you have to paint a lot of people in a short amount of time. I also prepared a video of me doing 5 face painting designs, but I need to edit it. I am hoping I will feel up to it tomorrow.

I had a photo shoot with Roger Mitchell’s Motiontography and was able to work with a new model. When I get pictures I will post when I can! I scheduled a few new gigs for the future where I will be making a show background prop and another body paint job. I have to say I love having clients return to me for the work I have done for them in the past. There is not a bigger compliment.

I have also won my second tattoo contest! It was on this design which I think I have posted before, but if you are just tuning in, here is the design that won!

I also received my Valentine Swap package from the Blogger Swap, but I need to make a video then I will post it. I hope that the girl I swapped with has received my package.

Since I have been laid up in bed, I have been getting caught up on all my shows and getting stuck on new ones: Walking Dead, Face OFF, Project Runway, Once Upon A Time, and I don’t remember what else. I am surprised I haven’t gotten cabin fever. Tons of stuff to do this week, so I need to get better! Just wanted to blog and let you know how I have been doing.

Thanks for stopping by! Xoxoxox, Cecilia

Behind every successful man or woman, is a trail made of determination, a path of overcoming failures, several rest areas of prayer time, and friendly mentors pointing out the direction!