Friday, July 29, 2011

Postcard Swap

Here is one of the postcards I created for the postcard swap I participated in from the blog of Kat Eye View. I can hardly wait to see what cool postcards I will get back.
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Sunday, July 24, 2011

He became She

I forgot to show you guys how my snail sculpture morphed into a girl. I guess my sister called it right. ha ha

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Dragonfly Summer

Michael Franks has a song that I love called Dragonfly Summer and, right now, that is the time of year we are in. There were dragonflies of all different shapes, sizes, and colors as we made our way down the trails and out to the beach. It was hard to get a good photo of them but what a gorgeous day.
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A little blurry :o(

Sydd, the beach warrior

There is a dragonfly in this picture :o)

You can see a dragon fly on the tip of tall grass

Sydd never walks anywhere. It is always full steam ahead!

Pod from the Trumpet vine

The inside of a trumpet flower

Somebody didn't finish their lunch. Poor crawdad.

Look at how gorgeous the water is!

Watching baby clams dig back into the sand

Look at my clam Gram'ma!

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Is there an app for that???

I would like to create an app that would reach out and slap the stupid email sender.
As you can tell, I have been the receiving a rash of stupid emails that leaves me wondering
"Is there an app for that"?

Example: You are requested by your boss to send an email, as a 'courtesy', providing details of an event that can already be accessed by All on a calendar. 
I receive a reply that says it would have been nice if I would have sent the email out sooner so people would have had time to schedule it and attend.

In a perfect world I would hit my reply button and send a 'slap' right back to the individual who sent it for being stupid. They have total access to the calendar 24/7 that lists all available events to attend.

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Sunday is for Something New

My latest painting that I especially like, called Floating on Dreams. The green-blue color that runs throughout this painting is reminiscent of the Atlantic Ocean at this time of year. I love that color.
18" x 24"