Monthly Archives: June 2010

What Matters Most (Best Shot Monday)

MY FAMILY We had a quiet weekend spent mainly at home cuddling Nora. My hubby did yard work. I planted a few rosebushes. It was peaceful, just the way I like it. Nothing matters more to me than my family … Continue reading

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Excavating dreams

The photo to the right is a sampling of theĀ  journals & notebooks I’ve used to collect my thoughts and writings over the past few years. There are more of them scattered all over the house and in storage. For … Continue reading

Posted in Digital Art/PhotoManipulations, Getting to know me, hopes | 4 Comments

The Blind Side

We just finished watching The Blind Side and I loved it. It’s a wonderful story about how lives can be changed if you open your heart. It touched me on many different levels, particularly my maternal instincts, but what I … Continue reading

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>Some photos

>Since I can’t lug my good cameras around while carrying a baby in a sling I find myself playing with my iPhone camera a lot more. I’ve bought a few photoediting apps for it (Camerabag, Photogene, Hipstamatic, Ransom Letters, PhotoStudio … Continue reading

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Cherished

I feel like I should apologize for always posting grainy phone photos of my baby. I don’t mean this to be a mommy blog but she is the center of my world now. Is it weird that I tell my … Continue reading

Posted in Mommyhood, Nora the BlueMoonBaby, traditions/rituals, What a Wonderful World | 2 Comments

Open Id’s on blogs

I miss the days when every blog had the comment posting option of being able to comment just by typing your username & a url or email. I’m not a fan of the new open Id’s that so many blogs … Continue reading

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Blog Beautification

Inspired by Kelly Rae’s ecourse I’ve been browsing around other blogs and trying to get ideas for how I want my blog to look. Seeing all the gorgeousness out there is a bit overwhelming (not to mention depressing). I know … Continue reading

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