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I turned forty six last month. I feel like every year that I got older, the more I get to know myself. What works for me and what not. I am learning that I love tea as much as I love coffee. I am learning that sometimes I need to say no and just walk away. That painful experience happened just to shape you into a stronger person. And to always look for the good things in life and in people no matter what.

Welcome to Artifact Motherhood. This is a collaboration of artists from around the world who have come together to share our stories of the joys and struggles of our journey. Through our writings and visual records we want to create memories that are more than photographs with dates written on the back. These are the artefacts we are leaving behind for our children and for generations to come.

Go next to my wonderful artist friend Caro Cuinet Wellings to read her post in our blog circle.

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I adore this portrait of you. It’s beautiful and I love your gentle smile. I wish I could sit there next to you and have a conversation right by that window.

This is a breathtaking portrait Min! You look so serene and at peace with yourself just as you are, I do believe that quality only truly arrives with age <3

Goodness, what a gorgeous portrait. The scene, the tones, your expression = perfection. And your words ring so true to each year that I gain as well.

What a gorgeous portrait of you, Min. I relate to your words so much. The older I get, the more wisdom and clarity I have. I wouldn’t trade either for a younger age. I too am appreciating the process.

Beautiful portrait of you Min. It totally reflects your words and contemplating life and growing older and wiser. Perfect!! X

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