This post contains affilte links for Cricut.com. I made this card with my Cricut Explore Air™ 2 machine. When making this one, you’ll use the scoring stylus and pen. Cricut’s writing feature is excellent for me because I hate my handwriting! There are a variety of pens you can use with your machine. I’ll be […]
For Cee’s May 31 FOTD. More flowers at Oliver Winery.
For Cee’s FOTD challenge. At Oliver Winery outside of Bloomington, Indiana.
The idea is to use the last of my mixed media art supplies and move on to different activities. Can I go a year without buying new supplies? Probably not. Who am I trying to kid? So I’ll do a bunch of art journal pages until I Run out of stuff. I did these in […]
When you think you have it That’s when you’ve lost it It slips from your hands Like grains of sand Someone moved your cheese and redesigned the maze Your proverbial Lucy yanked away your allegorical football You really did think it was within your reach It was on the horizon At the end of the […]
I got ahead of myself again I jumped in too soon Without a plan My eyes were closed My heart open It must have been a leap of faith But that’s no surprise That’s what I do I rush in like a fool I try a little I think a lot The endeavor invariably loses […]
I talked about my bloodwork and upcoming (then) appointment with the doctor. I said something about some numbers being high. As it turns out, I’m not qualified to make predictions based on my own lab reports. Who knew? The doctor (an expert) said that my numbers are stable. She did not order another bone marrow […]
I tried another Instant Pot recipe, Healthy Instant Pot Mac and Cheese from The Girl on the Bloor. The ”healthy” component of the dish is broccoli. You could add other greens to up your veggie game. The recipe called for regular pasta. I wanted to use whole wheat, but I found none at Walmart. I […]
August sneaked up on me. I should have known it was coming when the first day of summer happened. Well, I did know. The summer solstice, a day that I used to look forward to, has become a reminder that winter is on its way. The days start getting shorter, and I begin to feel […]