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Monthly Archives: November 2011
There are two consistent factors when it comes time to make a birthday card for Joe each year. One is that I always use this high contrast photo taken when we were dating: The second is the theme of the … Continue reading
A few weeks back, I went to the fabric store and was immediately drawn to Lotta Jansdotter’s new Echo collection. I chose Spring Buds in mustard, and the aqua Scattered Pods, I thought it would make a terrific tote bag! … Continue reading
This post should be What I HATE About Comics, but after the weekend I just had, I don’t have the energy to cook up a new header. It could also be considered a Pixels Vs. Pigments article as I will … Continue reading
The Apple Tart and Upside-Down Cranberry Cake are two of the Thanksgiving standards for dessert at Casa di Cranki. The tart, with its nicely fanned apples isn’t overly sweet like most apple pies, which means you can indulge without guilt. … Continue reading
The holiday season is upon us, and it’s all about accessories! This particular set I made for a fund raiser. I’d write more, but I’ve got pies to make! Stay tuned, more to come!
Time flies. Somebody said something in work about the coming week being short, and then it dawned on me that it’s THANKSGIVING! That means that Christmas is right around the corner! Oh, crap! So soon? Don’t we still have Halloween … Continue reading
This is a follow-up to I was a PC Before I Was a Mac which I wrote back in May. It was about the first computer I bought which was a PC and not a Mac. I had used a … Continue reading
It all started with my niece’s wedding. I decided it would be nice for my son to wear a bow tie for the occasion, until I went shopping for one and saw how ugly and expensive they were. I thought, … Continue reading
For kids who grew up in a certain era, this photo is probably more familiar than anything Diane Arbus or Ansel Adams may have shot.
Couldn’t they get the Ann Margaret lookalike for this? “Man, it’s the sloppiest?” If only she knew?