Monthly Archives: August 2010

Learning something new every day

I am so excited about beginning a new online scrapbooking class, “Learn something new every day.” I am thrilled to take a look at the details in my life, and all that is around me, so I created this funny … Continue reading

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The future and the school bus

To me, this photo could be a study in human nature, emotion, personality, and sociology (at least to me, the rest of you might want to take a nap, who knows), but I think if I tell you the details … Continue reading

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These people, this place, is cool.

These people, these amazingly cool people, are my aunt and uncle, Shirle and Jerry. Shirle is my mom’s oldest sister, and I am pretty sure her best friend, as well. Their children were like siblings to this lonely only. They … Continue reading

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Cards, Paper, Scissors

I took a big leap today. I signed up for an online class on shimelle.com, called “Learn Something New Everyday.” It is putting together an album/journal of your personal feelings, experiences, etc, all using daily prompts. I am really excited … Continue reading

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Let your heart fly like a bird….

I realized the other day how much I love things with wings. Usually, I love birds, angels, dragonflies, butterflies……, and recently I have fallen in love with honey bees. They are such lovely, industrious, loyal creatures. They all serve the … Continue reading

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Princess, no pea.

I created this page of Ivy several weeks ago, around a Creative Memories facebook challenge. It sort of morphed into something I wasn’t expecting, and I love what happened. Ivy was looking out a window, and I caught a very … Continue reading

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She’s a thinker…..

Oh, my sweet Brynne. My middle child, my little Einstein, my child with a golden heart. She came to me this morning, telling me that she should “change the music she listens to before going to middle school,” and my … Continue reading

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