About Mary A Livingston

Mary A LivingstonA Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Award recipient and California Federation of Chaparral Poets honoree, Mary, grew up in the forested communities of Humboldt and Trinity Counties of northern California. She attended Shasta College, Humboldt State University, and Loyola University. She has worked in photography, education, publishing, and liturgical design.

Her career in children’s literature focuses on nature and environmental education. Mary’s outdoor life activities of wildlife photography, hunting, gardening, gold mining and rock hounding keep her close to nature. She and her husband, Tim, have two sons and three grandchildren

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For more on Mary A Livingston
Website: www.maryalivingston.com
Blog: www.sneakingbliss.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/maryaliving
Twitter: @MaryALiving
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/pub/mary-a-livingston/87/22/265

78 thoughts on “About Mary A Livingston

  1. So THRILLED to open my email and find fabulous YOU and your new blog awaiting! So wonderful to reconnect and be ignited with Mary Livingstone JOY! Look forward to following you and being blessed with smiles of amusing rarities………………(did I spell that right?)

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  2. Hi Mary,
    Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and following! I really appreciate ❤
    What a wonderful blog you have! Beautiful artworks❤ I’m so glad to know the artists like you in WordPress world😃
    Looking forward to see more your post😃

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  3. Lovely blog that you have here! You are lucky to have the years in your marriage that you do and that you are not only still together but happy! Hugs, and thank you for signing up to follow my blog! I hope that you will enjoy your time visiting my blog!

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      • Thanks so much again foir the kind words. I think it’s awesome that you will be celebrating your 30th anniversary next year. That’s a huge accomplishment. I tip my hat off to you both!!!!!

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  4. Thank you very much for stopping by and following our blog and for liking my post: greatly appreciated!
    Your blog is very neat and pleasant to read, and your golden are beautiful!
    All the best

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  5. And now I have found you too! Your art is amazing and I so enjoy watching each scene unfold. And you’re a newbie? That brush was very patiently waiting for you to unleash beauty through its fibers. Have a fabulous weekend.

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  6. Your watercolors are lovely. I am a turkey vulture fan and your picture makes me smile. And I love how the spawning salmon captured their demise, but only touched on their gruesome appearance.

    Waiting for more!

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  7. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and now following! You have a wonderful blog, I too love bliss. Your watercolors are wonderful. Looking forward to following your posts.

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  8. Thanks for liking my blog about the pigeons – they are really strange – but vermin too… they leave so much mess behind! They seriously need some contraceptives in their seeds. On the other hand, the beautiful doves that visit my garden are to be cherished….

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  9. I had to look up naysayers – not a term we use here in Oz – not that I have heard anyway. I cannot say I am one! Weeds are fantastic recyclers of nutrients that leach deeper into the soil by bringing them up into their leaves and stems. If lopped and left on top of the soil just before flowering they rot away and put the nutrients back into the soil surface for it’s betterment. Bit like the mistakes we make – they can serve a purpose if we are smart and definately for our betterment!!

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  10. Curious thing, some seeds I nurtured openly and others I kept tucked away. The time has come to water the ones that bear fruit and to pull the ones that are weeds.

    Oh wonderful are you an artist or a musician, you must be one of them,

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections,
    I feel you may find something of your interest.

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  11. Mary, on my blog you won a DVD that has how I wrote Flip Flap Floodle and has me reading it and giving a presentation at an elementary school. You can have a pitch and 2000 word manuscript critique instead, if you like. Please let me know your choice at joanyedwards @ earthlink.net

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  12. Hi Mary,
    I want you to know that I like your blog. Please accept this award as my sincere compliment, and enjoy it for what it means to you. If you want to pass it to another versatile blogger, you can check out the rules that I received here http://wp.me/p2jC53-160. Thanks for being part of my blogging life. 🙂 Marsha Lee

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  13. You have a truly wonderful blog. And a gorgeous dog. I’m so glad I found you through the forester artist. Nnow I look forward to read and see a lot more of your fine work in the future. Me and my Golden are your new followers! 🙂
    Best regards
    Dina

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  15. Hi Mary, I’m notifying you that I’ve nominated you and Tim (I’ll be notifying him in just a bit) for this wonderful award. I immediately thought about you both and the magical world we are able to share through your blogs – from your family adventures to your creative art pieces. I’m excited to nominate you ~ congratulations! Please go to http://www.oilpastelsbymary.com for information. All my best ~ Mary

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  16. WordPress recommended me your blog and their recommendation system works this time. It seems several of my followers also follow your blog.

    Thanks for sharing.

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