Illusory works of art have a curious fascination. They represent a triumph of art over reality. They are illogic masquerading as logic. These are some of the first optical illusion photos taken of and by my Dad in the 60’s. There were lots more taken of us over the years! We LOVED when he would… Continue reading The Inky Art of Illusion
About a month ago, I wrote this post Yes, I Ride Like a Girl! about the “Adventures of Wendy and Sheri”. It’s been 8 weeks and we’re still riding and hiking! We’ve been documenting our rides and our “Monday Fun Days” with photos and videos so that I could put them in albums for each of us. We’re… Continue reading Where The Wild Things Are!
Welcome to my stop on the Club Scrap Artist Team Challenge Blog Hop! Today I’m using elements from some of Club Scrap’s digital kits to create a few “mash up” scrapbook layouts of my sweet nephew Gus’ first birthday party! A year goes by fast, it feels like we were just waiting for baby Gus… Continue reading Don’t Fuss Call Gus!
I joined a photography challenge on January 1 called The Great 365 Project hosted on Diane Downs’ photography website/blog and started posting my photos on Instagram . The January 18 daily prompt was “multiple” and I had just received my essential oils and bamboo diffuser from UPS! Don’t you love this essential oil storage box ? I was really surprised… Continue reading Color Me Happy!
Welcome to the last stop on the Club Scrap Christmas Thyme blog hop! If you’ve arrived here from Hetty’s blog, you’re in the right spot. If you’d like to start at the beginning head over to Club Scrap and see what Karen has created for you, then grab your favorite beverage and enjoy the hop! I tried not to be THAT person, the one… Continue reading It’s Christmas Thyme!
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!
This weekend will be the BIG party weekend for Louisiana Mardi Gras! We moved to New Orleans in 1974 when my dad started dental school at LSUSD. Four years later we were seasoned revelers and rarely missed a Mardi Gras. We had some good times in N’awlins! Day parades were an all day affair. Dad would make sandwiches… Continue reading Laissez les Bon Temps Roulez!