Archive for February 2014

Cold Weather.

Damn, damn, damn! After a perfectly lovely weekend in the 60s, I was hit with our upcoming forecast of possible snow and lows in the upper teens. Oklahoma is having a pretty chilly winter this year. We’ve had a few wicked ice storms, some beautiful snowfalls and frozen fog. (That one still puzzles me.) Suffice […]

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It’s Friday.

Do you ever feel that sometimes you have a zillion little errands to run and so little time to do them? (Cue the awesome Jessie Spano freakout of the 90s.) Yep. This is my day today. I have cookies to bake, brochures to pick up and deliver (on the north, north side of OKC), a […]

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Make a careful exploration of who you are and the work you have been given, and then sink yourself into that. Don’t be impressed with yourself. Don’t compare yourself with others…each of you must take responsibility for doing the creative best you can with your own life.

-Galatians 6: 4-5

The Gap.

Ira Glass, from NPR, did a series on storytelling a few years back. This excerpt is one that will give anyone going through their life creatively some wonderful hope that we all go through a process of closing The Gap. Enjoy. THE GAP by Ira Glass from frohlocke on Vimeo.

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New Logo Alert!

I am super happy to share a finished logo with you all! Kristen is a very dear friend of mine, and one who has many tricks up her sleeve. She’s a wonderful artist, she builds websites (mine included!) and is a writer working on her very first book. A huge high five to K! I’m […]

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Creative Exercises.

When I begin working with any new client, I send over some fun, personalized worksheets for them to fill out. I have a lot of questions like: When you work, what music do you crank?, What spirit do you want your brand to convey?, Where will your logo be used? and such. But two questions […]

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