Just a little morning wake up. Still trying to figure out how to transfer pictures taken on an Android device to my iPad? Meanwhile, I will sit on my porch, drink coffee and watch the morning bloom.
I have a thing for standing close to the trunk of the tree and taking a picture looking straight up. Have gotten some great shots this way, however, looks like this is a tree you need be careful under or … Continue reading
In keeping with the nature theme I seem to have going here I’ve reached back into my photo archives from a trip in a warmer climate. We’ve had some chillier than normal days and nights and I find myself missing … Continue reading
Green is my color to relax in, to drift to sleep in, to dream in. If I could only see one color I would choose green, besides it looks great with black and white. No wonder my favorite place to … Continue reading
I like this journal page–maybe because I did this back in October on my birthday or maybe because it reminds me of the Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate I treated myself to at Starbucks or maybe it’s my little one-liner bear … Continue reading
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Tried this on a whim. The Cloth Paper Scissors – Jan.-Feb. 2013 magazine issue had a 2 page tutorial on making a tunnel book. It sounded intriguing so I gave it a shot. Of course I went a little further … Continue reading
December was not a good month for art journaling with all the decorating, shopping, baking and other holiday activities. So I let my daily practice in my journal slide but I did manage to get a painting done that I … Continue reading
Haven’t been doing much in my studio lately. This is what is taking up all my spare time–the garden! Tons and tons of weeds to be pulled and due to recent surgery on my left hand I’ve been doing it … Continue reading
The flower of my childhood! I love this Spring blooming bush and it never fails to disappoint in spite of cold weather, too early Springs (is that even possible?) and a tree trimmer planting his ladder right in the middle … Continue reading
We arrived home from our trip down South a couple of weeks ago to find a new family had moved in while we were gone. Mama and Papa Mallard ducks have decided this is where they want to raise their … Continue reading