Sunday, 28 June 2009

I purchased my first 2 quarts of Michigan Strawberries this week. Yum. I will get more of them and make freezer jam. The Michigan berries might not be as big as the ones imported from Calif. or Florida--but they are red all the way through and don't have those big white cores :-) I'd better hurry, because the raspberries will be right behind them and we'll be making Raspberry freezer jam too.
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Saturday, 27 June 2009

We have two lovely pink Dogwoods that always bloom about Mother's Day (in May). This year they did not disappoint us. They are a welcome (early) flower after the long winter!
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Monday, 22 June 2009

I decided to give this one a little more watercolor to give the appearance it truly did have with lots of trees over and around--plus I put a different color border around it and it seems more restful to me...As I said, a very relaxing place to have Lunch and tea.
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Saturday, 20 June 2009

I was so amused by this picture my Granddaughter sent me...It's our two Great-Grandchildren (age 4 & Age 2) surfing the web. The caption under the picture said "This is just the beginning."
Now I'll know who to call when I'm "stuck" with a problem on my computer, etc.
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Saturday, 13 June 2009

Plum Tea Room Porch NoteCard

Oops! This is the picture Ruth wanted me to make into a Note I put a little pink border around it to highlight the color in the sketch. It was a very relaxing place to dine.
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Friday, 12 June 2009

April Showers bring Flowers

My Ruth encouraged me to make a notecard from one of the "alphabet" pictures I did during the winter. Of course this stands
for the letter "U". All I could think of was rain bringing here it is.
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Wednesday, 3 June 2009

Notecard Season

I'm making some notecards--hope these will take someone's eye.
It was fun painting them--as they are from different areas that we
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