This was Little Eudie… I knew her as Grandma Judy. She grew up during the Depression on a plantation in North Louisiana near Shreveport.She sang on KWKH radio in the 1930’s before it was Louisiana Hayride, and they changed her name from Eudie to Judy! She became an Air Force wife, after marrying my Cajun… Continue reading 🎶You are my Sunshine!🎶
I’m guest blogging on Club Scrap’s blog today! I’m sharing my digi hybrid art journal layout featuring Erma Bombeck and one of her famous quotes. Click here to see my art journal layout and a video of the process! TGIF! Wendy
I’m a Louisiana girl, born and raised. Though I did not grow up in south Louisiana, my family’s Cajun roots are firmly established there. My grandfather grew up in St. Martinville and the rich, colorful Cajun culture is a short hop and jump away. When I was a little girl, my aunt gave me a book… Continue reading Ice cream, sun lotion and a “time out” chair with an umbrella!
iclassygirl.com/ +Tiare Smith hosted an Art Journal Pajama Party Wednesday night on Spreecast. It was my first time to watch a live broadcast class. Really fun! I ended up watching while I made dinner, jumping in to comment in the chatroom in between cooking breaks. Art journaling intrigues me, partly because I am not good at it. … Continue reading Art Journal…the Beginning.