Monday, November 14, 2011


I think I had 2 weeks where we did nothing. I've made up for that by packing in something every single day. I didn't intentionally do this. It just happens. MON - was my annual yoga-dinner night. SO YUM. CafeBar on Alameda.

Tuesday - you saw the pics. Yo Gabba Gabba!

Wednesday - SWIMMING. Charlie was so exhausted he fell asleep before dinner.

Thursday - I can't remember. See what's happening to me?

Friday - DINNER @ The Kitchen w/ the Lowells.
I would have taken pictures w/ my new iPhone but my bro-in-law woulda kicked me outta the restaurant. ;) But The Kitchen is photo worthy. DEEELISH.

Saturday - AM - Family Photos. CAN'T WAIT TO SEE RESULTS!
Saturday PM - BREW TOUR ORPHANS came to our house for dinner.
(photo to go here once I download)

Sunday - AM - Race for Fetal Hope 5K run in Wash Park.
But you are just going to have to take my word for it b/c they didn't have me signed up and no one took a picture of me. I swear I ran it and ran like I was chasing my last glass of wine. Ever.

Minted had a fun Art Challenge right now. I've been playing around with some personalized print ideas. I am crossing my fingers that I can get all my ideas in my head into their contest.

I just adore simplicity. I think these would look
so cute on Ben's wall in his room. 

Obvi-I'd have to do a Blue/Red or Blue/Green version for a boy.

This design is from some stationery that I did awhile back - but have always loved.
The contest said to make something that you like - not what a customer would like. So I did.

I've also been busy busy w/ some new stationery.
That post is coming next. ;)

Someone in New Rochelle, NY, UTAH, Hawthorne, CA & other parts of the U.S.of A. have purchased my holiday design on Minted alerts us w/ a little email when a purchase happens. I just GIGGLE AND GIGGLE with excitement and run and tell Jeff that someone has purchased Merry Bright Season and I just CAN'T THANK YOU ENOUGH! 

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