CraftSanity Episode 2: Get Inspired by Project Master Jeffrey Yamaguchi

On this episode you’ll meet Jeffrey Yamaguchi, a 35-year-old writer, website publisher and author of the inspiring book, “52 Projects: Random Acts of Everyday Creativity.” Tune in to hear his thoughts about how creative endeavers have enriched his life and find out how a side project could improve yours.

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  1. Margine says:

    Hat’s hide trueness in my opiinpon. It can be protection from society, climate, or some practice that may not be completely agreeable. Hats hide people, literally and not literally. Women around the world must cover themselves for reasons they are even against, whereas in other places, it’s a choice. A hat for those who do not want such security, can hide their own true selves from the world, not only covering their faces or movements, but also their self-expression and thoughts/ideas of the mind. Those who choose to hide are those who are creating a statement and know what it is that they desire. I could go on and on with this topic but one who covers, always has a strong reason, wether it’s their choice or someone else’s for them.PS: The last photo needs a larger description- it is not JUST a Muslim woman, but also a female with a personality that may or may not have a choice in attire. The caption should explain wher the picture was taken and the significance of it as well.PEACE

  2. That’s a clever answer to a tricky question

  3. Lisa Davis – ALWAYS love your work Andria! The pic of the daddy looking at her and smiling, priceless! You have such a knack for capturing images that tell the story with no words necessary! Although, I do love your comments as well!

  4. Woman of Alien…Fantastic work you may have completed, this great site is really amazing with superb information. Time is God’s technique for keeping all the things from going on simultaneously….

  5. What a beautifully written tribute Ann. I remember as a young child receiving sketches in the mail from your mom, my “Aunt Nancy”. I remember thinking how beautiful and also delicate the pictures were. She was a talent. Thank you for sharing this post. Love to you! Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. ~Colleen

  6. Olá, minha namorada e eu estávamos brincando na cama, ela é virgem, nunca houve penetração, eu encostei o meu pênis por alguns segundos em sua vagina, após dois ou três dias a menstruação dela veio com fluxo normal, tem alguma possibilidade de ela estar gravida?

  7. Even the best of friends need time apart.

  8. Most of my family including my mother and myself are native Aleuts and my grandmother was born into the middle of all of I remember hearing stories from my kuka grandmother about life on the islands Paul, George during WWII and what her family went Really heavy and very surreal stories of the

  9. http://www./ says:

    Très intéressant comme interview, et quel dommage de voir que certains français expatriés sont désagréables… c’est étrange, pourquoi cela ?Merci pour cet article bises bon dimanche !

  10. I love this pose! There are so many delicious angles. I’ve tried it once, but the model was on a softer bed and was sinking in, didn’t really have a great affect. I must try it again on a firmer platform. Are you ever concerned about her shoulder looking too big or being too high and blocking her face? How could you coach her to avoid that? Also, are you using a reflector when shooting into the light?

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