• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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15 April 2006

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Great idea! I like the papers you have chosen.

Ahhh, Easter vultures. They're right up there with Futuregirl's Bad Eggs and my dead chick wallet, which I've yet to photograph.

Hilarious :D
Great photos, too!

My favorite whip-up so far! Great.

I love the sweetness of your vultures- great idea!

in their easter finest!
totally cool. you should win!
i LOVE it.

prettiest vultures ever!

Ooo, wowee, they look great!!!! And I KNOW they're difficult to make (I've tried).

I love the Easter Vulture concept ;D

Oh my, where to start???? I ran across the Artful Blogging Spring 2008 edition and it called to me like a siren song. Especially 3 or 4 of the features.... yours was one of them. I'm captivated by your piggies and your birds....but especially the piggies. I'm glad you are feeling better (have been there, can be a tiresome recovery).....but when you get better and create more piggies, I have to have a few. The first one will go to my mom. She lives in an assisted living facility near by and a piggie is just what she needs to brighten some of her days! Your work is beatiful, whimsical, inspiring. So, I've been perusing your earlier blogs and ran across the vultures and couldn't help laughing out loud! Wonderful. I'm going to give my mom the link to your site so she can be uplifted daily. Thank you for sharing your world. BTW, we live about 45 min south of you! My sister lives on Capitol Hill. Maybe someday I'll join the creative community and reap the type of joy that I see in your blog and others. You make it feel like I could! Take care!

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