John turned 46 years young last month. To celebrate, we snuggled into a little cabin along the gorgeous Metolius River. We ate, wandered along the river, listened to music (Bob Dylan mostly), watched movies (Have you seen the Beastie Boys documentary? So good.), and slept in.

Forty Six. I’ll be forty five on the summer solstice! Sometimes I can feel the intense density of being a human and other times I feel light as air. I have watched John travel those same strange sensations for over 20 years now, and I consider myself lucky to have the privilege of witnessing his unfolding and becoming. He has always been my biggest cheerleader and support.

 

 

The last couple of years have been pivotal in his journey, especially this year when he nervously (and excitedly!) said yes to a longtime dream. His unfurling has been deep and wide as he does the inner and the outer work to make the dream real. I can’t wait to see what emerges.

Here’s to all the celebrations of making it another year on this human realm. It’s a true, true wonder.

 

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 their creativity, nourish their souls and build a thriving creative business.

Don't want to miss a post?

Get my LATEST POSTS sent to your inbox.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Recent PostsRecent Posts Flower

Taking my time = cultivating Joy

  I've been cultivating my joy lately by Taking My Time, which is such good soul learning (and unlearning) for me. Summer is here and it's a beautiful invitation to do what I'm always craving: slower everything, being present, practicing the art of living a full,...

read more

Our home is on the cover of Oregon Home Mag!

Friends! Do you recognize this kitchen? So fun to have our home featured on the cover of Oregon Home Magazine as well as a lovely article written by Emily Grosvenor called "The Art Of Relocation" about why we left the city for small town Sisters, Oregon. So fun. We...

read more

Embroidered patches? YES, they’re here!

  I've decided to offer up embroidered patches and I'm crazy in love with how they've turned out. 100% embroidered. 1000% perfect for bags, jean jackets, and more. I'm putting mine on my overalls. Lovingly designed, created, and made in the US, too! Thank you for...

read more

Explore the Blog Categories

Hello Creativity, Hello Possibility, Hello Courageous Joy