October 22, 2008

random snippets and links

I have finally realized that I will never be one of those bloggers who posts once a week, or once a day... I have good intentions, but life seems to get in the way of following thru... so, I post when I have the inspiration, and the time- thank you to the people who read and comment, in spite of my posting erratic-ness!! (is that a word?? not sure...)

Anyway, this post is to tide me over till (hopefully) this evening, when I can write a proper post, show you pictures of my latest art journal pages and also some random pictures I just found on the computer... oh, and I have been organizing my crafting space, too, and want to talk about that, too!

I worked on my computer cropping pictures while the TV repairman visited us yesterday afternoon; I hung out in the master bedroom with the dogs to keep them semi-quiet while he was workinig on the TV in the family room. (fyi, the TV still isn't fixed- the screws for the replacement part wouldn't fit into our TV for some strange reason, so he will have to come back again.)

Back to the reason for this particular post- I find random blogs and quotes when I surf, and want to remember them for later... plus, you might find something interesting, too!!

http://victualling.wordpress.com/ blog about restaurant history

“The art of being wise is the art of knowing what to overlook.” William James

“You cannot escape the dust in Arizona. We don't have dirt here. We have dust that is not moving right at the moment.” http://www.mydapperdog.com/blog/

http://a-little-birdie.blogspot.com/ Tricia Scott’s blog: drawing, painting, life… wonderful photography, must visit again soon….interesting blog links!

http://robruhn.blogspot.com/ Ro Bruhn: Australian blogger- beading, painting, etc. also wonderful photography… more interesting blog links!

http://www.teeshascircus.blogspot.com/ Teesha Moore’s blog. (Circus is an appropriate way to describe her journaling style- her pages are chock-full of color and pattern.)

http://myhandboundbooks.blogspot.com/ Interesting-looking blog about handmade books (obviously, right??)

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