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Cute as Can Be

Cute as Can Be


Posted on Dec 15, 2005

My husband sent me this link to Cute Overload.  It’s definitely worth checking out.  I find each picture is cuter than the last.  It will brighten your...

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Sew Happy

Sew Happy


Posted on Dec 13, 2005

My husband found this great web-site that has threading diagrams for all Brother brand sewing machines.  As I mentioned in my last post, I did have to dust off my machine before I could use it.  I still don’t know where the manual is.  I know I have it because I keep everything.  I will probably find it years from now.  Luckily the directions on how to thread my machine are printed right it.  It...

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Robert’s Snow

Robert’s Snow


Posted on Dec 2, 2005

I stumbled acrossed this site and was blown away.  100 artists have painted snowflakes to be auctioned off to raise money for Robert’s Snow Cancer research.  They  have one auction left and it begins on December 4th.  I encourage you to check it out.  The artwork is...

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Great Art

Great Art


Posted on Nov 25, 2005

It’s so great that I can be on a blog from Madrid, Spain and find great artwork from artists in Southern California and Italy.  I found Daniel Chang through eendar.  I love his ideas. Then I found Stefano Morri on the same site as Daniel Chang.  Seeing his work makes me wish I had the ability to draw.  It’s very inspiring. One of my very, very favorite movies is ‘The Red Shoes‘.  The...

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Brooklyn Sellwood Art Walk

Brooklyn Sellwood Art Walk


Posted on Nov 22, 2005

The annual art walk was this past weekend.  It’s an event that I look forward to every year.  It’s one of the perks of living in the Brooklyn Neighborhood.  My husband and I got up on Sunday, walked to True Brew (great coffee shop) for mochas and scones, and we were off on our walk.  I was a little disappointed this year that there weren’t as many Brooklyn participants.  Some of my favorite...

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Acoustic KINK

Acoustic KINK


Posted on Nov 16, 2005

T I’ve always enjoyed listening to KINK on the Radio.  They have such a huge catalog of music that you rarely here the same thing twice.  Their disc jockeys really know about music and I always seem to learn something new.  Les Sarnoff is by far my favorite.  He’s been on KINK for as long as I can remember and I love listening to his voice and what he has to say. Well, I’m one to drag my feet when...

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