The Way I see My World... Looking at life through my lens and sharing the world the way I see it
Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
calling out for mi figlia!
OK, Angelina, I really need some help, seems my magnetic field or computer gremlins are at it. And I would like to get the huey loaded and lightroom. geez louise, it just isn't happening. OK, just tried another picture, ain't happening, now I am done....later
one more try, very condensed
ok, I have now done this post, rather another one, for the third time, and while spell checking, poof, it went away, arghhhhhhh.....enough for tonight.....not meant to be
Friday, June 13, 2008
my Friday morning....
so, here is another typical Friday morning for me. Up as usual by 5:30am, but it is cleaning day. Coffee, Bible study or a reading from a favorite book given to me in a special way. But that is another story.
But, the creative juices start flowing and they aren't in the direction of vacuuming and dusting. So, I made some caffe in the Bialetti that my daughter gave me, found my husbands Ducati cup and saucer up in the cupboard and made a vanilla caffe latte. Ok, this morning is definetly looking good. But, I think, this would make a great picture memory, and out comes the camera. Then the flowers catch my eye, and agreeing with myself, that they would be a great addition. So, here it is, and in between laundry, fixing some breakfast for my hubby and myself and sitting down at the table!! conversing, (how much better can it be?), making the bed and blogging.
Now that I babbled on....here is my morning memory. So much more fun than cleaning house!
Make memories this weekend.
Thursday, June 12, 2008
Already mid June!
I cannot believe how quick the days pass. Already mid June with the longest day of the year only a week away. How I wish it could stay like this. Enjoying evening walks, opening the house up to catch the fresh air, the cool fog flowing through the canyon from the beach to our valley.
Last weekend I went to San Diego and did a Watercolor Journal workshop with my sister at the Center for Creative Renewal in Encinitas, CA.
We both were amazed at the talent it really does take. We giggled, compared, shared and learned something new.
Here is my attempt that I am willing to expose out there.
The instructor's books are incredible as were many of the students finished pages.
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