Monthly Archives: May 2011

Deep Thoughts

I saw this quote on Flickr. If anyone knows who to attribute it to, I will be happy to give credit as I’ve Googled to no avail. The torn paper texture is by an inactive account at Deviant Art. Font … Continue reading

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Slideshow and Project 52

In my spare time I have been working on a slideshow of my trip. I have published and unpublished it so many times that I’ve lost count. Either the flow wasn’t right, or a picture didn’t pan correctly, or I’d … Continue reading

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More Portland

Because I have SO many photos, I am trying to put together a video. I was up until 1AM putting the finishing touches on it…went to bed thinking it was finished, then decided I wanted to change a couple of … Continue reading

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Guess Who?

Jillsy Girl sure knows how to put on a blog party. There’s always something going on at her place! The idea is to see if any of the participating photographers have a signature look. Jill asked for submissions and put … Continue reading

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Oh my goodness! Where to even begin? My birthday trip to Portland, OR was amazing. Usually I don’t like to make a big deal about my birthday, but when I enter a new decade, that’s kind of a big deal … Continue reading

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Updates before I leave…

Upate #1: Last Friday hubby wanted to celebrate his birthday by watching the Texas Rangers play the Yankees. Unfortunately, the Rangers didn’t get the memo. Oh, they were there on the field, dressed, looking like professional players and all, they … Continue reading

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May Challenge-Childhood

I’ve written a lot about my childhood and how utterly dismal it was. The only bright spot was my first dog, a beagle I named Cocoa. He was a gift from my father who had unknowingly given me something that … Continue reading

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