Monday, July 28, 2008
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
I really love that one of the ibis. It makes me wonder, how does one secure an ibis for a photo shoot?
And I'm trying to come up with a good reason to make this delicious sounding ice cream. I'll let you know if I think of one.
Friday, July 11, 2008
The last three are of the infamous ("in-famous?") Patio of Fire. This was the first year I actually participated in the festivities. I was the official t-shirt launcher. I think I did a pretty good job considering I only learned how to operate said launcher a few minutes before the show. Unfortunately, I have no photographic evidence of my mad skills, so you'll have to come next year and see them in person. Also, I'm proud to announce my very own husband was the winner of the "Andrew Scott Ringer Lifetime Achievement Award For Freedom Promotion and Recognition". Notice my rock star's shirt, it's the one Austin and I made him for Christmas. Also notice his totally rock-n-roll white tennis shoes with ankle socks. Remind me to help him dress for this next year. Thanks to all my friends and family who came!
Well, like I said, I'm going out of town for about a week, but I'm sure I'll have lots of pictures to post when I get back.
P.S. Three of the 5 pictures in this post were completely stolen from friends blogs. Basically if it's a decent picture, I probably didn't take it. I'm only capable of taking pictures of things that remain completely motionless. Hope you guys don't mind!
Friday, July 4, 2008
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
The necklaces will both go on etsy (eventually, I tend to take a while at getting around to posting). Notice the one with green stones is made with gold wire. This was my first try at using the gold wire, and I like it. It's a lot more malleable than the silver wire. The smaller stones on this necklace are aquamarine, and I'm not sure what the green stone is. The dangle blue earrings are for a friend at work. They are made of kyanite (the blue drop stone) and moonstone. The pink necklace is rose quartz, moonstone, and clear seed beads. The last pair of earrings are made with mookaite (the yellow stones) and I'm not sure what the blue stones are.