Relax your Mind


I approached the crude structure and pulled aside a piece of madras fabric that had been fashioned into an entrance.  Incense smoke twisted and curled through the air in a thick haze.  As my eyes adjusted to the dimly lit, smoke filled room, they fixated upon a Nefertiti-esque woman. 

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Coconuts Falling on a Hot Tin Roof

I arrived in San Pedro town on Tuesday evening, after a long day of travel. My love was waiting for me at the water taxi station, ready to take me to a private house on a secluded beach front property on the north side of the island.  He planned to help a friend with some work on the property while giving me some quiet time to work on my art.

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Where is the LOVE?


Just think of how beautiful this world would be if every mother knew, and embraced, how truly loved she is.  Let's make an impact through sharing LOVE!  

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This is a Journey

Yesterday morning, I sat in front of my laptop and dutifully tried to write a weekly 'Love-spiration' email and... I had no idea what to write about.  My intention is always to write from a genuine and thoughtful place, but I was blocked. 

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She's the One...

Last week, I had the opportunity to present my work at the Vignette Art Fair as a vocationist.  I presented my novel, 'Sketches from the Heart of a Texas Artist' and my LOVE Necklace Campaign, and spoke about how the two projects fuse together to fulfill the mission of Mpulse Studio: to use wearable and visual art and literature to evoke purpose, love, and confidence, while connecting with community programs to support women's health, safety, and dignity.

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I want to be Iron like a Lion

Often, my art illustrates the landscape of Texas, the Gulf, and the Caribbean, but when an amazing client asked me to illustrate a collective of African images, I fell in love with the process.  I found an inherent strength in studying and rendering images from a continent built upon ages of vibrant culture and wisdom.

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Sketches from the Heart of a Texas Artist - a reader's opinion

One of my favorite people, my sister, Callie Jones, an education specialist, new mother, Dallasite, and book enthusiast, was the first person to read my novel.  Her opinion is extremely important to me because, as my sister, she's always going to be brutally honest.  I am thrilled that she was willing to answer a few questions about my book and I'm excited to share her responses with you.

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The Art of Surrender

The concept of surrender doesn’t come as innately as my urge to control, so I guess it makes sense that I’ve been at a loss for words. In fact, it’s such a foreign concept to me that the Universe has continued to send me an army of angels to guide me toward living through surrender.

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Finding Motivation through Small Achievements

One of the luxuries of the Knox/Henderson neighborhood is its walkability.  Even when I have a car to drive, I often choose to walk because it feels relaxing to meander along the bright, manicured, city sidewalks.

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Cheers to all the Beautiful, Amazing Women

I couldn't be more proud to stand up on International Women's Day and state the mission of Mpulse Studio, which is to evoke confidence and purpose through visual and wearable art and literature, while connecting with community programs to support women's health, safety, and dignity.

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Turning toward Spirituality

I was raised Catholic.  In my family, every Sunday we would put on our Sunday best, go to church, then attend a donut and orange-flavored punch reception in the rectory, followed by Sunday school. 

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A Belizean Love Story

After writing twenty-six chapters about Mona Lamar's (my main character) adventures through Texas, the Caribbean, and New Orleans, I realized that I had been living life through the keyboard of my MacBook.

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