#NaBloPoMo – My Better Side

thom york eye

I’ve never subscribed much to the idea that one side of my face is better than the other in photos.  The only real rule I have about getting better photos of my face is that I don’t love shots that … Continue reading

#NaBloPoMo – My Feelings

This guy has all of my feelings. Ok… him and the cat.

#NaBloPoMo – My Passion

Today’s #NaBloPoMo photo prompt is “Your Passion.”  It was tougher than I thought to choose one thing as my passion. I did finally narrow it down to a couple of things, though. I absolutely love to quilt. The ability to … Continue reading

#NaBloPoMo – To Selfie or Not To Selfie?

halloween selfie

I love a good selfie.  Granted, they can be totally overdone, but sometimes you just need to take one. I even went as a selfie for Halloween last year. I actually hope to eventually have a mirror cut to fit … Continue reading

#OurProject52 – Out of Focus

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Do you ever feel out of focus?  That’s how I’ve been feeling lately, and I know it’s been seeping into the blog.  I can’t remember the last time I had a finished sewing project to share with you. Ok, I … Continue reading

#OurProject52 – Easter

easter egg

We had a lovely Easter this year at my Dad’s house. We celebrated with my sister Kayla and her husband Shane, my step-brothers David & Jeremy, their wives and kids, and my dad and his wife Carolyn. And thanks for … Continue reading

#OurProject52 – Spring and Growth

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I love spring. As I get older (I’ll be 30 later this month!) It’s the perfect time of year to find new ways to continue to grow as a person. The beautiful warm weather (an impending swimsuit season) are making … Continue reading

#OurProject52 – Textures

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This week on #OurProject52 is Photographer’s Choice. I was pretty excited about this, because I love texture and this is a great time of year to capture it. This time of year, when the sun is still on hiatus, but … Continue reading

#OurProject52 – Green

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Is it spring yet? We’ve barely gotten rid of the snow, and my lawn is a muddy marsh.  In fact, the only truly green plant-life I’ve seen lately is what’s left of my Amaryllis. I don’t generally mind the winter, … Continue reading