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After my last post, I’ve been thinking more about transitions. How they usher us to our edges, how they are hard, beautiful, important – even if for our highest good, even if we manifested them, prayed for them, wanted them. 
Also realized that I didn’t have a piece of art that spoke to my word of the year (trust). And so, here she is. I’m going to trust my journey – all of it, the bits, the pieces, the goods, the hards, the guts, the loves, the misses, the triumphs. Everything shapes us, and I’m seriously grateful for this latest transition. It’s gonna be beautiful.
Friends, my dad put up the chandelier from our old house in our new dining room and I feel so much more at home now. #itsthelittlethings #grateful
Our vintage light fixture from the old house is now in the new entry way. #makesabigdifference #newbeginning  #feelsmorelikehomenow
My dad brought our dining room chandelier and entry way light fixture from the old house and installed them into the new one. Can’t tell you how much that helped – immediate comfort. Funny how everyday ordinary things bring such familiarity and comfort. I’m grateful for it. 

This little dude had some serious fun today in the boxes. #lovehim #lethimbelittle #trueelioorlando
And this little guy is warming up, and going with the flow. Loving his joy. He has already claimed the new basement as “True’s fort” and is walking around like he owns the place. Love, love, love. 

Things are looking up. John is still quite sick with a nasty virus but he is getting a tiny bit better each day. Poor guy. True is quite sensitive to change but is definitely warming up to the new place quickly. I have cleared my schedule to be 100% mama
Friends, I’ve been coveting this bench for well over a year. It’s from my dear friend Mati Rose’s home decor line and I finally got it. Opened it up yesterday and it was so great to have a dear friend’s energy and love in the new place. Hello artful joy! 
More soon! 

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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