We'd made it home for Christmas. Now it was time for the long road back, and I wasn't sure I was ready to start caregiving again.
About Gina MurrowGina is the founder and artist-in-chief at Paint a Scarf. She and her husband David invented the upright multi-position silk painting rack. The Murrows have three children and four grandkids. They live in Chugiak, Alaska
I’m realizing it wasn’t fame and notoriety that I craved over the years, it was having influence. And as I age, I’m realizing influence comes in many forms. I’m still afraid of being forgotten. But I’m going to begin cutting back on work in small steps.
Flying my 89-year-old father home to Alaska for Christmas, wasn't a safe thing to do, but it was a good thing. We made it home for Christmas.
It took us three years and more hurdles than you want to know, but Paint a Scarf finally has its patent.
Over the past month I faced the decision so many female entrepreneurs face – what to put first, my family or my business?
Is o.k. to be boring? What would it be like to answer at a party when asked by someone, “What do you do?” I’d probably say, “I’m an artist” and only talk about 1% of my day. But it’s my favorite 1%.
Why, oh why, is it so hard for us to give ourselves permission to paint?
As Debbie painted the look of worry melted into a smile of pure joy. Her face was radiant when she saw her finished masterpiece.
The wind is whipping leaves off the trees today, making fall live up to its name. I’m ready to button up the
It's official—Paint A Scarf has tagged silk scarves now. And what beautiful tags they are. Tacked on with two tiny stitches, this