Thursday, June 25, 2009

Early Morning Visitor

What a surprise this morning to find this little hairy visitor taking advantage of all the spilled sunflower seed from the feeder (above). This young Opossum must be living under our deck. This is the second sighting.

Friday, June 12, 2009

In the Sink?

From, I've taken the suggestion of our moderator, Jessica, to consider the usual and most accepted function of a thing and see if we can repurpose it. She allowed the use of one of her templates.......the kitchen sink. I've drawn this scene driving through the mountains of New Mexico with our little travel camper in tow.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Rain, Rain, & more Rain

It was a soggy overnight. We had a lot of hard rain and many lightening strikes. Fortunately, our area did not lose power. The lawn, and especially the fig tree, are rejoicing. To have a crop of lucious figs, it is essential to get a lot of rain in late June and early July......not easy to come by in Texas.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Points - a line drawing

Here's my drawing for today, "National Drawing Day."

Friday, June 5, 2009

Drawing Day 2009

The goal is 1 million drawings posted on Saturday, June 6th. That is tomorrow. I hope all of you out there on the www will draw at least one thing and post it on your blog, Facebook page, You Tube, Twitter or wherever you socially network.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Charm-Swap Necklace

This was one of the first "swaps" I've entered. I was so elated to receive my treasures today and immediately constructed this charm necklace with all the handmade jewelry charms I received. The Charm Swap was hosted by Cloth Paper Scissors magazine ( earlier this year. I made and submitted seven charms of polymer clay and beads. As you can see above, the variety I received in return is from quite a widespread aray of techniques.