Monthly Archives: November 2010
I don’t know if you’ve noticed or not… but we spend a lot of time at the zoo. LOL We love animals, and there is so much to be learned through up close encounters. And that includes encounters with domestic species too.
Here is the wee girlie giving a big hug to the Zoo’s resident cat. She followed us around pretty much everywhere today… from the children’s zoo to the discovery center to the barn and back again. Guess she just needed some loving. 🙂
Today I’m bringing you another Scraptastic Design by TD. In particular, a wordart freebie. I host the definition challenge at ESS every month, and for November I chose the word “special”.
You can download the wordart at http://www.mediafire.com/?m9299vt96tv6y1m. Then, if you feel like playing along, head on over to http://www.enchantedstudioscraps.com/forums/showthread.php?t=11043 to play along. For your layout to count towards the points awarded at ESS at least 40% of your LO (layout) must contain product from ESS designers. But you can always play along without worrying about challenge points too…. in which case, you can upload your LO anywhere, and just share a link here so I can find it and leave you some love. 🙂
Hope you enjoy the word art.
…tonight I’m a little frustrated with it.
I’ve got several cute photos I wanted to share tonight. I took a picture of the wee girlie, and following that she took several herself They turned out great, and I planned on sharing them. However, every time I attempt to send them from my camera to my netbook I end up with a big red X.
The big red X, to BB users, means death. Whatever you have tried to do, failed… miserably. I have now tried ELEVEN (11) times to email the pictures to the netbook. Eleven times my attempts have been greeted by the X of doom. So that’s it. I’m giving up.
It’s almost midnight, and I’m a tired mommy. I’m disappointed because the pictures really were super cute. I really did want to share them with you. And it certainly wasn’t for lack of trying.
Take care of each other. Listen to, respect, and show compassion for one another.
Thanks for sharing this one Tenna. I loved it. Every time I look at the cat I just start laughing. Damon actually came over to see what was so funny. Looked at the picture, then looked at me and asked “what’s wrong with you?”. LMAO So maybe we’re the only two people who find it funny. 😉 But that’s just fine by me.
It rained in the morning, it rained all night, but for a brief time in the early afternoon the rain paused… and out came the camera. Here are a few shots I captured in my front yard – never venturing too far from the door, just in case the rain started pouring down again.
Got a favourite? I’d love to know which, and why. 🙂
In Saskatoon? Feel a need to be involved in something really important that could change lives for the better? Join us on Saturday evening for one hour in the park. Hold a candle, share a story, listen… and let kids know that IT GETS BETTER!