Can you spot what’s not quite right in this photo?  Once you find it, tell me what you’d do about it. Live with it? Redo it? Would it drive you nuts or not so much? We are totally keeping it. I love the imperfection of it, especially for a new build. Still can’t see it? Scroll to the bottom of this post for the answer.

I can hardly wait to get in here and start decorating. Meanwhile, we’re slowly finding our way here in Sisters. There have been days that feel really good and there have been days that have been hard. The newness, the untethered feeling, the ungroundedness that comes with a big move – it all takes time. And grace. And self-kindness. And trust. And patience. Lots of self-care over here.

Meanwhile, I am truly loving working on (and dreaming about) this house. I am super itching to get in my studio and PAINT. I have missed having a painting studio, a little place to escape to for soul nurturing and care. I have missed it more than I thought I would.

It has, however, been giving me time to actively dream about this next season of life. I’m feeling really called to host retreats here in Sisters. I’m also feeling called to open up a cute home and gift and art boutique/workshop space. I love dreaming. I really really do.

Answer: The tile is all mixed up! Of the 46 or so tiles, about 15 of them are what we actually choose and the others are NOT what we chose. Ha! 

Hi, I'm Kelly Rae Roberts!

Before I picked up my first paintbrush at the age of 30, I was a medical social worker. I followed my whispers and started playing with paint and everything changed.

Now I’m a full-time artist, author and Possibilitarian, who helps women explore and nourish their creative souls.

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