This is a phrase from a song on a Kaiser Healthcare commercial...
and here is my 80 year old Mom demonstrating just what that would look like.
Mom said she always wanted to fly in an open cockpit bi plane so this is what you get the woman who has everything for Christmas! (a ride, not the plane)
How cute is she? We couldn't decide if she was Snoopy or the Red Baron.
And I got another chance to play with my new camera.
Beauty comes to my kitchen.
This little girl lives on the counter and seems to be enjoying her lovely companions.
And wait! There is more!
I am about the luckiest woman on the planet. The husband brings me roses for no reason.
These coral lovelies sat just down the counter from the Tulips. The morning sun comes into those windows and the warmth released the fragrance of these blooms. A very kind way to start the day.
Do you struggle, like me, deciding what to do with the precious cards you received at holidays? I have stacks, too many, of cards I have saved and I have regrets, too many, over cards I have tossed.
Add this dilemma to my passion for journal making and here's what you get. Pages ready to be collaged, painted over and transformed. I first thought I was a genius for inventing this, but further reflection brought recall of seeing something similar done with Christmas cards to make a seasonal journal. I wish I could remember which blog I saw it on so I could give credit. If it's you, let me know so I can acknowledge your creation.
Anytime I can hang beads off of something, I will and I find myself using more lace lately. The cover is doubled ivy covered tissue paper copied onto card stock.
It's a good size to slip into a purse to catch moments of inspiration.
If you enjoy reading, hop over to my friend's blog, R Mary Ann Reads and Writes for a delightful take on the written word.
The birds sound like an orchestra tuning up for a concert. I'm off to see if I can get a good seat!