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https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kelly-Strong-Designs/223088184387814?sk=wall I was born in the barren hot desert after causing my mother much pain with my gigantious head which holds my imaginarium. As a young babe of only 3 weeks I insisted on traveling to the land of Germania where I wanted to be raised in a small 1,225 year old village named Junkersdorf. There, I had a pet bumble bee that lived underneath a rare walnut tree which produced hazelnuts. Germania served me well for almost a decade but, I knew it was time to venture on, as one rainy day a bad man in a zebra colored Citroen kept offering me a ride home from school. I made it home safely packed my bag and headed to Motown-the land of music and where the noise of cars, hussle and bussle of movers 'n shakers was well alive. There, I learnt a lot about life... such as minding my own business and not witnessing much. Like most foreigners, they head to the big cities of the United States of America but, I knew that there was somewhere more beautiful to be than the suburbs of Detroit. After several years, of really just confining myself to my room, I felt a Walk About coming on. The didgeridoo and the dingos were calling. Calling me to the land of, "you don't ever just sit your bottom down with out looking at what creature or thing lurks below." It could be an enormous snake with venom that kills or some cockatoo poo. You just never know. There's so many ways to die a horrible death in Australia but, nevertheless, I knew I must push my fears aside if I wanted to continue exploring the world and its unknowns. I returned to my birth land and roamed the Rocky Mountain region for a few years. I painted murals for suburban royalty there. I also met Daisy Wolf up in the mountains. She is my animal spirit and I will always hold her close to my heart. After spending some time in the Carribbean with a certain drunk pirate, Destiny swept me up and took me back to Australia. I became grounded there, remembering what I love to do and what I am good at! It can be so easy to forget... as you know. Things get cloudy, what was once up is down and right is left... So be careful who you let influence you. I don't advice drunk pirates with long lost dreams floating in the middle of the sea. HOWEVER I do advise true love, kind love and good company! I feel alive, even magical, and everyday great things are happening! Until the next nomadic move my friends... stay safe, remember the trick to life is learning to enjoy it, no matter where you are, and in finding out what it's that we can do for others ♥ CiAo Yours Truly, Kelly joined Society6 on August 15, 2011

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https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kelly-Strong-Designs/223088184387814?sk=wall I was born in the barren hot desert after causing my mother much pain with my gigantious head which holds my imaginarium. As a young babe of only 3 weeks I insisted on traveling to the land of Germania where I wanted to be raised in a small 1,225 year old village named Junkersdorf. There, I had a pet bumble bee that lived underneath a rare walnut tree which produced hazelnuts. Germania served me well for almost a decade but, I knew it was time to venture on, as one rainy day a bad man in a zebra colored Citroen kept offering me a ride home from school. I made it home safely packed my bag and headed to Motown-the land of music and where the noise of cars, hussle and bussle of movers 'n shakers was well alive. There, I learnt a lot about life... such as minding my own business and not witnessing much. Like most foreigners, they head to the big cities of the United States of America but, I knew that there was somewhere more beautiful to be than the suburbs of Detroit. After several years, of really just confining myself to my room, I felt a Walk About coming on. The didgeridoo and the dingos were calling. Calling me to the land of, "you don't ever just sit your bottom down with out looking at what creature or thing lurks below." It could be an enormous snake with venom that kills or some cockatoo poo. You just never know. There's so many ways to die a horrible death in Australia but, nevertheless, I knew I must push my fears aside if I wanted to continue exploring the world and its unknowns. I returned to my birth land and roamed the Rocky Mountain region for a few years. I painted murals for suburban royalty there. I also met Daisy Wolf up in the mountains. She is my animal spirit and I will always hold her close to my heart. After spending some time in the Carribbean with a certain drunk pirate, Destiny swept me up and took me back to Australia. I became grounded there, remembering what I love to do and what I am good at! It can be so easy to forget... as you know. Things get cloudy, what was once up is down and right is left... So be careful who you let influence you. I don't advice drunk pirates with long lost dreams floating in the middle of the sea. HOWEVER I do advise true love, kind love and good company! I feel alive, even magical, and everyday great things are happening! Until the next nomadic move my friends... stay safe, remember the trick to life is learning to enjoy it, no matter where you are, and in finding out what it's that we can do for others ♥ CiAo Yours Truly, Kelly

joined Society6 on August 15, 2011.