Archives for October 2015

Silhouette: Theme Thursday

It’s never good to start off a blog post with an apology/excuse, but here I go: To all who linked up last week, thank you! And I’m sorry I haven’t visited you yet.  It’s the very first thing on my computer to-do list, right after I finish up all the Halloween/All Saints costumes. {insert gritting […]

Sacred Art Coloring Books: a review

You know what I did yesterday? I placed an Amazon order for the St. Nicholas Day books for the kids! It’s an annual tradition around here. Here are the selections from from 2 winters ago. Wait, what?  When did it become holiday shopping season already? Are you panicking?  Cause I might be panicking just a little bit. […]

Same photo, different angles: Theme Thursday

Welcome to the second official week of Theme Thursday here! I’m so happy you’re visiting. Chime in in the combox, tag me on Instagram, or link your blog post up below. Continuing with our theme of light for this month, I thought “same photo, different angle” would be a helpful practice to take up. Lighting makes […]

Sun Flare: Theme Thursday

Did anyone else have trouble catching sun flare this week?  In southern California it was ridiculously, disgustingly hot. But not just hot, nononono. It was also muggy and overcast. Seriously, California.  I am thiiiiiis close to breaking up with you. Anyway, muggy meant cloudy which meant difficult to catch sun flare. But in the 11th […]

Big News! Theme Thursday is coming back!

Friends, I am so excited to share this news with you. Theme Thursday is coming back to the internets! Cari of Clan Donaldson and Ghost Fawn Homestead was my very first blog friend (and now a very real friend indeed) and my inspiration on many levels. Cari has graciously allowed me to take over Theme Thursday, since she’s busy doing actual […]

Happy birthday, Gi!

A decade ago, I held you in my arms for the first time.  Oh, I was a mom long before of course, your older brother that went to heaven far too soon taught me that.  But it is a powerful something to hold a wriggling and squirmy baby to my face and breathe you in like […]