Yard art. Lawn art. Home decor.
Some people really enjoy their collections. Sometimes the neighbors don’t.
I’ll return closer to Christmas and see if there are any additions to the ornaments.
Here are the Adventures of Matthew highlights.
No thought of acid-free paper or archival pigment ink when I created this.
I covered two pieces of cardboard with fabric, ironed some of that paper that was coated and would bond when it got really hot and zig-zag stitched the pages on the sewing machine.
The end papers were marbled on this one.
I entered this photo to try to win something from Cheerios but I forget what it was.
Photographed tonight in Target. You were on my mind.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MATTHEW-
Miss you! Love you xxooxx
Always trying to catch the action shot. The feel of motion. But then it ends up stiff.
Here is Maura starting the backstroke heat.
Maura, forever frozen, in this tiny second, as she pushes off the wall.
The day started at the Ohio State University McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion.
I got there close to 6:30 AM Sunday. The younger grandchildren were swimming in the morning and the two older were swimming in the afternoon.
All the rest of the family got home at 8:30 PM!. I had to head back to Pittsburgh around 1 as snow was predicted and it’s best to drive in daylight.
There were so many swimmers in the pool at once. How they don’t bump into one another is amazing to me.
Another Manos del Uruguay Merino Wool and Silk cowl knit up with the Horizontal Ribbed Cowl Pattern from Knitty City.
Thanks Marlene for holding it up while I got an iPhone pic
Marlene helped me out with these diving trophy photos of the kids. Thanks Mar. We’re all here in Ohio ready to celebrate Maura’s sixth birthday.
Jack is below with a photo holding a game ball as he missed out on the diving awards.
Jack revceived the game ball.
Achievers Shirt from the Big Lebowski
Remember the Spring-like November Day I posted Tuesday with the thirty degree drop in temps predicted?
Well, it’s more like a forty degree drop two days later-
in the park, late afternoon.
Cashmere fingerless gloves.
Thank you SB for the loan of the luxurious gloves. I’m still warming up the rest of me.
My hand looks a bit like “The Claw” in a horror flick but the cozy gloves were so welcome on my chilly hands during the photo shoot in the park.
Schenley Park tree.
Just a couple of weeks ago. The setting sun coming through the leaves.
No school today on Veterans Day. Spent some time outside before the threatened polar vortex arrives.
Happy Third Anniversary Lala and James love Ma and MIL Ruthie
Photographed October 24, 2014
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