Texture by Nancy Claeys: French Garden, Screen 100% with selected erasing. Well here it is, Wednesday, Hump Day, and we have more than a 50% chance of rain...yet again. Temps are about 10 degrees below normal for June and it's just plain wrong to still have sweaters as a wardrobe option. On the flip side, … Continue reading A watery Hump Day….again.
Texture by Kim Klassen: Start I picked up on another photography meme called Water World Wednesday. It's been a bit of a challenge since we've not had any snow to speak of in middle Missouri this winter for "watery" pics. So to the archives I go. This week I'm giving you a break from the … Continue reading Daisy droplets
Texture by Kim Klassen Cafe: Cherish My pick for Flower Art Friday is a dreamy, creamy Gerber Daisy. It's one that survived the winter in a flower pot in the garage...with two more pots stacked on top of it. When I hauled the pots out earlier this spring, imagine my surprise to find struggling little … Continue reading Innocence
Call it a casualty of overcast, rainy days. Rain on Friday night. Storms and hail on Saturday. More rain for most of the day on Sunday...but Tanner and I did get in a walk between storm fronts. And more storms last night! Today isn't much better with overcast skies. Have you ever noticed that some … Continue reading Following the sun
The game, as you all know is really, He Loves Me; He Loves Me Not. Its origins date back to French culture, circa 1820, where someone (usually a woman) tries to determine whether the object of their affection reciprocates those feelings. The original engraved illustration of the photo below was published in 1820 and is … Continue reading Creative Exchange: A Foregone Conclusion