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Tomorrow is Chantal’s birthday, so naturally I had to leave the house early this morning and buy some chocolate for the cheesecake, I mean the “Luscious Chocolate Cheesecake”, that is in the oven as we speak. Yes, you can be … Continue reading
It takes a certain type of person to be a crossing guard. First of all, you have to look good in orange. Check. Gotta like kids. Check. Gotta be reliable. Check. Gotta be willing to get up early, and … Continue reading
Good Lord! I’m out of town for one night and I come back to an overflowing in-box. You people are maniacs. Two hours later I’ve caught up on my fav-o-blogs and I’m ready to fill your in-box with wit. Right … Continue reading
Rainy Sunday passes quickly. Been sitting at the keyboard for most of the day so far, moving pictures around, deleting the dumb ones, pushing the old ones onto the external hard drive to make room for more…. Walk around the … Continue reading
Took a million pictures this weekend with my happy new birthday camera. Love this one. It rained and drizzled and was gray outside ’til Sunday afternoon when the colors returned. Happy Monday, friends!
Brand new art building. Last semester at the community college, then it’s on to the University for nursing school. Prerequisites behind me, this semester involves two art classes; Ceramics and Basic Digital Photography. I shiver and shudder when I think … Continue reading