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For a trade at Swap-bot, I am working on a mix CD containing songs with the names of US cities or states in the titles. This is an easy mix to compile as compared to others since it focuses on the titles rather than song themes, although I am tending to choose songs that say […]
I just want to give a shout out to Tammy and her delightfully creative blog, daisy yellow, which recently mentioned me in a post about art journaling. Visit the daisy yellow blog here or view Tammy’s journal art at Flickr here.
Swap-bot – I am secretly cursing whomever it was that posted the link to this site. The last thing I need are more commitments… But I’ve let myself get sucked into a couple of swaps — one for hand-carved stamps and a couple for mix CD’s. The Art of the Mix – I first came […]
I went to the Farmer’s Market in Muskegon this morning. I haven’t been to a farmer’s market in several years mostly because I just don’t think of it. But I’m tired of the junk produce I’ve been finding in the grocery store, especially considering it is the middle of the summer. So this morning I […]
My friend Dawn wanted to see some pictures of the little cabin at the lake, so I’ve posted some over at my Flickr. It’s such a comfy little place with great views and wonderful lake breezes… it’s hard to leave in the fall!
Recently I came across the Swisstory blog, which chronicles the adventures of two expats (she an American, he an Aussie), living in Switzerland — in of all places, Urdorf! Urdorf, a quaint little village about 10 minutes from Zurich by train, is the Swiss village I lived in as an exchange student while in high […]
The Marquette County Fair, held every year during early August, in Sands Township in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has made the New York Times. The article, which is predominantly about the entry and judging of domestic exhibit items such as baked goods and canned goods was of particular interest to me not only because I love […]
I’ve decided to change my last name… back to my maiden name. During my lifetime I have had two married names, the first was the maiden name of my daughters, which I changed when I married the second time, and they have all since changed with their marriages. The second married name I still use. […]« Previous Entries