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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

New handmade cards I have been making. If you are interested in buying one, they are $3 each. (includes envelope. Plus the inside is left blank for your message)

I sell them at a Farmer's Market during the summer. I enjoy making creative things. These cards were made during one of my recent "spurts" of creativity. :-) :-)

Neat idea for cards from another blog.

Farmer's Market: cherries!

A country window with curtain

baby card

My new Flickr site!

I just started my own Flickr account. :-) It is a place where you can upload your photos for friends to see and comment on.... So for more photos, go there!
I thought it would be a neat opportunity to get more feedback on my photographs.
Enjoy the pictures below! :-)

Reading some of my 30 library books. Just picked them all up last Wednesday.

The pleasures of reading books on a comfy chair with a friend. (Or a nice long, interesting book with some Andes mints to keep you company. :-) (Of course only after all your jobs around the house, animal chores, school and music practice are done.)

Friday, April 24, 2009

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Random photos from my week


Delicious cinnamon roll

the dough in the process of making cinnamon rolls

Old Fashioned English tea set -

Plain 'ol Spuds-
At the State Capitol last week.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Working at the Lifehouse

This is a white cotton, 7 tiered skirt I sewed myself.

Lots of coasters!! ( I sewed them)

A strawberry smoothie

Hot chocolate -
Brick elevator shaft at the Lifehouse.

The Asian room on the 3rd floor of the Lifehouse.
There are 6 rooms like this and an apartment/kitchen.
These are some believers from Mexico that came to work at the Lifehouse. They loaded a 53 foot truck with supplies for Mexico. We enjoyed meeting them.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Playing music at the Nursing Home

In March we went to play music on the piano, trumpet and violin at a local nursing home.
We also sang as a family.

I painted and decorated this box

"We must take our troubles to the LORD, but we must do more than that;
we must also leave them there."

Hannah Whitall Smith