for inquiring minds . . .
the gorgeous earrings and necklace i’m wearing here were designed and created by my friend kelly from over at the blue muse. she has an etsy store, too, so go forth and shop.
see those two paintings behind me? they were painted specially for me by my daughter, moxie. but you can call her alison.
no, i’m not jaundiced and yes, i do brush my teeth and absolutely, i promise to learn more about lighting.
well first, hahahahaha, you still slay me. i love you. and second, thanks for the plug, nice necklace! i hope you finger feels better soon, and i hope you didn’t hurt your toe…
you make my day, each and every day.
I am going to MISS this series when it’s over. I sure hope you continue your creative expressing on the platform of other themes!Kelly – beautiful necklace and earrings!Alison – striking paintings and, oh my gosh!, what a beauty you are, red is your colour – love your blog picture!!Okay, back to the content – you have such a gifted way of presenting potentially painful information in such a humorous way ~ without disrespecting anyone at all. A gift, I tell you.As for that cowardly, spiky snake ~ maybe next time you’re there, you could actually BRING a chestnut that’s been put through the dryer cycle with you, and attach it to a string – Conkers style. Then, when you go to pull out the flowers, have your handy dandy snake stunner at the ready, and bash the spike ball into next week. Oh – and it’s okay to do this if you also issue a prayer/wish as the snake ball flies off that he be released from Aunt Lucy’s spell forever.It’s a win/win as far as I can see …