Saturday, November 21, 2020

The Copper update...

 Just a few pics from our daughter...just have to share some of the cute views...


I call the one above All Tuckered Out...and though it has my name on it, it was taken by my daughter.  Both Copper and Delta had had a hard day of play.


Notice in the photos above and below...the ears!   He does not keep them up all the time, but at least they do stand up.


From being left in a box beside a highway, he has come a long way.


Poor Delta!  But oh, don't you love it.  Delta is so patient.  I don't know if she has ever gotten short tempered with him.  

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I have a couple videos to share.  I cannot decide on just one so  since both are short, will share both.  Both will either make you laugh out loud or at the least smile.  First up is Jeanne


And now, watch this one, be sure and watch past the first few seconds.  The real fun begins around the 20 second mark:


Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Long time no post...

 It has been so long since I posted I probably will break it up into a couple posts.  In this first post, I will show some of Lorelei's art.  


These above were all projects from school.  If I recall correctly, she was given the heart design and the 'L,' how she decorated them was her idea.  The hearts were painted with water color...the L, she added the vine and the stripes and the decoration on the toe tip.  I don't remember how they were colored.  She was told to fill a sheet with a shape, so she chose the simple leaf shape repeated over and over, varying the size and the color.   I think the pumpkins and fence were given to her...maybe she added the bats.
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At home, she is in the process of drawing the second girl...she is drawing it from a how to tutorial.  Still, I think she shows so much promise.
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The following she did here this weekend...

She just sketched this in nothing flat...I was watching her and wondered what in the world the jagged line was going to be...then she colored it in with watercolor pencils and I realized the lighthouse was high on a cliff.


This is a Christmas card she designed...if you will look closely, you will see where she erased 'snowflakes' in the background.    So simple, but I just love it.


Then what was amazing to me about these is how quick she drew them.  And she did a couple other sheets of just one rose and one of the other flowers and colored them, then touched them with a wet brush, but she must have taken them home with her.

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I know, not a lot more than the last time I posted a pic, but there are a few more.  and I have 5 or 6 more cut and basted to the paper and ready to be sewn together.

Friday, November 6, 2020

Update

I will try to catch up on visits in the next day or two...just did not do many today.

 I had my Mohs surgery today....no more cancer on the first time they did it!  I am so very thankful and Roger is beyond relieved.  My appt was at 10:30....my daughter came and took me.  I hated for anyone to have to go and sit and wait.  And wait we did.  I got there early and got in right away...and was back out in the waiting room at 10:28.  It was around 2:00 or a few minutes past before they called my name to come back...she told me on the way that it was cancer free.  So they had to numb me again and stitch me up.  

Anyway, wanted to share the good news... and if I was capable, I felt like doing what the guys are doing in this video: