Monday, November 30, 2009

Pass Me Some of That Rhubarb Pie

I need to get the taste of humiliation out of my mouth. As much as I love playing handbells, and cherish the privilege of playing with Rejoice, I do wish performances were a little less like playing Roulette. Suffice it to say that tonight was not my winning night!

So, "Serve it up;
nice and hot;
Maybe things aren't as bad as you thought."

"Hanging of the Greens" brought to you tonight by Be-Bob-a-Re-Bob, Rhubarb Pie.

Will somebody please cue the earth to open up and swallow me now?

I'm soothing myself with memories of dazzling Jamaica.
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I feel better, now.

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Heather and Jason's Wedding

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The real reason I got to go to Jamaica!

Heather and Jason's wedding slideshow
(It's a really long one since you had to wait a really long time to see it.)

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Seibold

Heather and Jason; Thank you SOOOOO much for inviting us to share your sweet, beautiful wedding with you and for asking me to be your photographer. It was a dream come true for me, and I pray that your marriage will be all of your best dreams come true for you.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Circle of Light

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A little warmth for a dreary November day. This is from today's edit of Heather and Jason's wedding in Jamaica.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

November Gold

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Just a puzzle tonight . . . I have to get ready for handbells.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Sightings at Sandbridge

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A little painting with light fun with a gal we found behind the Baja Restaurant at Sandbridge Sunday night on our little Nor'Ida Safari. She captured our hearts, and perhaps our souls.
We went to see La Princessa which was left on the beach there by Nor'Ida last week. This thing is huge!! It's about the same size as the condominium that it is parked in front off. The last time I can remember being at Sandbridge Beach was my senior year of high school. I talked one of my other sister's friends into driving me down there early in the morning before school to see a dead whale that had washed up on the beach. At 30' long, it was quite a mystical sight rising up out of the pre-dawn mist, but that was nothing compared to the 570' bulk of La Princessa.

Monday, November 16, 2009


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Yes, Virginia (and Von), there is life after the wall, which was completed at 6:36 pm on Monday, November 9. Well, all but the capstone, and I'm not counting that! I'm carousing around storm-tossed Virginia Beach with my heroic sista, so here's a puzzle to prove that I'm still fun!

BTW, check out this awesome story about Janet that I found laying on her coffee table: Virginia Woman inspired by London Man's Tragic Story

Friday, November 06, 2009


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Dylan asked for a blog update, so while this is probably not what he had in mind, it's all I can muster until I create some more of this is in my life:
I am consumed with the task of finishing the wall, and we are so tantalizingly close that I cannot stop!! You can just skip over these pictures if you don't want to be sucked into my obsession, but here they are for those inquiring minds that want to know (or who miss the Minister of Fun.)
11:00 am, October 24

Crafty little rock shelves. One day they will hold lanterns to light the drive, or flowers, or seashells, or more rocks . . .

6 pm, October 24: one day's work
I love this view. It makes it look like we're finished!

The Costa Rica shrine. Notice the design on the left hand rock: It's a map of Cathedral Point at Manuel Antonio.

I swore I wouldn't start children younger than two, but this li'l cutie might change my mind!
Aaaaahhhh, now here is a little balance: Caught this sunset 2 weeks ago riding home from LaRae's big fall party.