Venez parler avec moi de tout ce que vous voulez en toute liberté, je vous attends nombreuses et nombreux !!!
Come to talk with me about anything you want in complete freedom, i await you many and many !!!
Hello, everyone ... it is, indeed, a beautiful day here in south Texas! �I hope it is in your part of the country, as well. �Another reason it is a beautiful day ... this is my first post as a new design team member for Pink Ink Stamp Company! �If you take a look around their website, you may notice it looks a little familiar. That's because the owner of Pink Ink, Peggy Jo Ackley -- a very accomplished illustrator -- purchased the Lockhart Stamp Company (for whom I designed for about 5-1/2 years) almost two years ago, and her style is very similar to Karen Lockhart's. Peggy produces and distributes her own new Pink Ink stamp line, as well as the entire current line of Lockhart Stamp Co stamps! �So I was thrilled when Peggy asked me to join her new design team!
My card uses a brand new beautiful�Spring/Summer Release�stamp, Summer Planter�(all bold products are linked below in the supply section):
I stamped the flower planter onto Copic X-Press It Blending Card with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored it with Copic Sketch Markers. Here's a quick step-out of the markers�I used to color each of the flower types:
Last Thursday Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast of Hamilton, one of off-Broadway's hottest tickets, paid tribute to the 40th Anniversary of the iconic Broadway classic A Chorus Line which also played at The Public Theater.
Mobilegeddon is here. Today is the day that Google begins punishing sites that do not meet its standards of mobile friendliness by pushing them down in mobile search results. How has your web site been effected? �And to learn more about mobilegeddon and what to do about it, read this.�
As you may or may not know, I am the official "cat lady" here at the blog. I'm mostly the designated CL because (a.) I'm the only one around here that actually has cats, and (b.) it's totally true. My vet recently sent my cat Charlie a birthday card, and instead of thinking, "Cat birthday card? So dumb!" I thought, "There's obviously been a huge mistake, her birthday isn't until next month! I'll save it for her..." Being the only cat person, I'm usually alerted to any adorable cat-related cuteness, and recently Elsie showed me some precious ceramic cat face coasters that I just about died for. One of the cats had a black and white pattern painted on it that made him look just like a cat I had growing up named Jade (the sweetest Tuxedo cat you'd ever meet), and I thought I should recreate the kitty coaster idea and make them look like my personal favorite felines instead (Jade and my current kitties Mac and Charlie). So fun!
Supplies:-oven bake clay -kitty coaster template�(right click to download)-X-Acto and plastic clay knives-nonstick mat and rolling pin-acrylic paint-clay sealer
1. Roll out some clay that is at least 5" X 6" big and about 1/4" thick (I use acrylic rulers on either side that are the same height so my clay has an even thickness).
For today we have 15 best free and discounted apps for kids and education with a sweet bedtime storybook app for the young ones - Moon and Sun; A fantastic graphic novel for teens and tweens- Hilda Bewildered ; A top math app for fraction on sale and a lot more! Have fun with apps!�
Life can be hurtful, and not always fair. Life can surround you, with people who care. Life clearly does offer, its ups and its downs. Life teaches us to take, the good with the bad. Life is a mixture, of happy and sad.
Take the life that you have, and give it your best. Think positive, be happy, let the Universe do the rest. Take the challenges, that life has laid at your feet. Take pride and be thankful, for each one you meet. To yourself give forgiveness, if you stumble and fall. Take each day that is dealt you, and give it your all.
The concept, in development for months as the former Florida governor has raised tens of millions of dollars for his Right to Rise super PAC, would endow that organization not just with advertising on Bush's behalf, but with many of the duties typically conducted by a campaign.
Should Bush move ahead as his team intends, it is possible that for the first time a super PAC created to support a single candidate would spend more than the candidate's campaign itself — at least through the primaries. Some of Bush's donors believe that to be more than likely.
Architects of the plan believe the super PAC's ability to raise unlimited amounts of money legally outweighs its primary disadvantage, that it cannot legally coordinate its actions with Bush or his would-be campaign staff.
Please accept my apologies, but I absolutely cannot wait one more minute for the official start of asparagus season. Here in New England, the uber-snow has delayed everything: flowers, vegetables, and our general good humor. Asparagus season usually begins in early- to mid-May. This year, who knows what will happen? So, last week I gave in to temptation, and bought asparagus at the supermarket. Risotto seemed like the perfect transitional dish, and I'd been wanting to try short-grain brown rice in place of the Arborio rice I often use. Because brown rice takes so much longer to cook, I pressed the pressure cooker into service to speed things up. After 15 minutes of cooking at high pressure, the risotto gets finished just like it would on the stovetop, by stirring in vegetables, butter and cheese. Of course, you can make this recipe on the stove; just be prepared to spend more than 45 minutes stirring (tired arms!). Toasted sliced almonds echo the nuttiness of the brown rice, and provide a great contrast in texture.
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