Hello! It’s that time again where I share with you one of my most recent projects written for the Wood Connection! This project is their new Harvest Sign for 2015. So cute! I love the scarecrow that they used for the “t”. Here is a sneak peak at the project: [Read more…]
I was traumatized. My heart was beating out of my chest, sweat dripping off my face. I wanted to move, but I just couldn’t convince my body to do what my brain was asking of it.
Outside the car stood a man. The man was quiet, but his face showed his anger. It was boiling inside him like hot lava ready to burst out of a volcano.
How much you value and how well you treat your friends say so much about your life and who you are. Do you make friends easily? Does that make you less likely to keep the same friends for a long time? [Read more…]
I have always loved animals. Not liked, but LOVED. I have a sweet spot for dogs, but I honestly believe that every creature on earth is special in it’s own way.
Growing up I always had pets. Whether it be dogs, cats, fish, hamsters, or ferrets, there was always something and I loved spending time with all of them. As I got older I gained an even greater appreciation for life and the lives of animals. My parents divorced when I was a teenager and of course I immediately asked my dad for a puppy. He had a hard time saying no to me before the divorce, so how was he going to say no to me now. [Read more…]
In a small town, on the outskirts of a small city, there’s a house. This house sit’s in between a bus stop and a mountain side on a large plot of land that’s been passed down from generation to generation for decades. This house is an old manor with tall white pillars lining the yellow front door. Inside is a woman and her family. [Read more…]
I have a love affair with nails. I have always loved painting my nails, but I recently discovered the art of Nail Stamping and my passion was reignited. For those of you who have never heard of this Nail Stamping thing, I’ll give you a short explanation… Basically you paint your nails as normal (you can use gel, acrylic, or regular polish), but before you put on your top coat, you can stamp a design onto them (picture scrapbook stamping – but slightly different). You use these engraved plates with the design on them, put a small amount of polish over the design and scrape off the excess. Then you use a rubber “stamp” to pick up the remaining polish and transfer it to your fingernail. Then you put a top coat over it and your done. [Read more…]
As I get older, the meaning of freedom is a question I am continuously reassessing. When you’re young, you are, in a sense, “blind” to reality. You’re reality is that which your caretakers present to you. It’s like one gigantic magic trick. But as you get older, the veil slowly falls and, if you’re anything like me, concepts like freedom, that seemed so simple, become more and more complex. [Read more…]
April Fools Day has always been one of my favorite holidays. I’ve never been into making anyone eat anything gross, or playing pranks that take more than 5 minutes to clean up. I just like doing the simple pranks that get someones blood boiling for a few seconds before they realize that its a prank! The last few years that I’ve been married, April Fools has just slipped by, and I haven’t had a chance to play any pranks on my husband. But this year, I’ve been extremely excited to play a few of my favorite April Fools Day pranks on his unsuspecting mind! 🙂