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It’s another fifty-second Monday, my friends! Today marks two years of the Monday Blog and, what can I say? It’s been a year full of learning, wonder, growth and change for me. The first order of business is to give … Continue reading
Perhaps you’ve seen them… lurking around my Facebook and my Flickr. Actually, they’re not cute and they’d be kind of hard to miss. They showed up sometime last year. It wasn’t like I asked them to…. one day they were … Continue reading
Flickr! Yes, it is a photo sharing site, similar to Picasa or Photobucket. You could upload your niece’s birthday party snapshots, pictures from your vacation, or holiday photos of your kids and easily share them with your family and friends … Continue reading
I hope you did your time at the gym because it’s time for a big piece of cake…birthday cake, that is. The Monday Blog is officially ONE YEAR OLD today! Thanks to everyone who took the time to email me … Continue reading
A fellow artist threw me under the proverbial bus last week. Eight-year-old Eleanor, a student in one of my school programs, joined me and a bunch of her classmates in a dog collage workshop. First we wrote a poem together … Continue reading