In an effort to get back to blogging I thought, why not share some randomness with you?? Here are some pictures I found on my phone, from the last few weeks. I thought it might be fun to share and perhaps even a touch cathartic.
Our new favorite garden center (Ash's) had this wonderfully whimsical n clever gate. I say Dreamy!!! I will copy this and know exactly where I want it ;)
The hubster mulched all around our front yard trees. We found these vibrant Zinnia's and also grabbed some of my all time favs-Lavender, in white n purple flowers! They make me happy. I just adore the way they sway in the breeze.
I found our hightsy sleeping in her favorite hot spot. She is a sunbather at heart.
Bored one night I put my face on a bunch of different photo props. I love these iPhone apps.
Mr. Nelson was strangely fond of this one :)
A pic I snapped for no apparent reason waitong in the ER for Gavin to be seen. I have an iPhone app that creates wonderfully strange environments around the shot.
ER waiting room.
Notice the balloons way up high.
Once at The Childrens Hospital of Philly, I would roam around at times looking for beautiful things to lift my spirits.
Wonderful common area for children and loved ones to share a smile. Lots to touch and feel and play with.
the elevator ceiling was lit up with a vibrant starry moon lit night.
Renee Brittenbucher prints were a soothing sight for my eyes.
Just lovely spirited pieces. These reminded me that the most simplistic things can have a big impact.
Smitten as a kitten with this floor at CHOP.
A sweet girl dressed up as a lemon to celebrate the life and legacy of Alex of Alex's Lemonade Stand.
Art All Night in Trenton each year is such a great event. Watching art created live is dreamy.
Plus the 1000's of pieces on display from every skill level and medium is a delight!
A fun lamp I wanted to bring home.
Oooh this piece too!! I was head over heals for this photgraph of which I could not grab a decent shot of due to the glare. That is why you need to frame these things in glareless glass. You'll never even see it in your own home as normal lighting will glare it up too.
Rory Mahon and crew heat iron and other metals until it is molten. The poured this molten iron right in front of us into the molds and created Art All Night 2010 medallions for collectors. Amazing artistry.
Finally, I leave you with a pic of Lisa and myself. I met Lisa through the world of STJ many months ago. We met up this week as she had oodles of goodies to gift me for use in display and marketing of our STJ Soiree this October 16th, 2010. How cool right??!!
Lisa was also awesome enough to help us sell raffle tickets at the convention. You just never know when you will meet a new friend!
Thank you Lisa for your generosity towards STJ and your friendship to me. Hugs abound!!
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