Monday, May 22, 2006



Today is Victoria Day here in Canada! If you would like to learn more about this historic tradition you may find out HERE.
WOW - I'm getting more traffic here all the time and I'm so enjoying meeting evreyone. I must tell you though, that when you leave a comment, its often coming as 'anonymus' so I don't have any way to reply to you guys! You are more than welcome to email me anytime @ or alternately make sure you leave an email in your comment. *Jessica*, I would love to visit your blog too, but I need you to leave me the address tee hee. *Ilona*, thank you so much for your kind comments. Miles fixed the guestbook link at so you can go back and sign it...and he says a big THANK YOU for letting him know. Also, the link for the free Desert Pastel Kit is listed under the Free Stuff links and the link does work - I tested it myself. While there you may enjoy the fabulous new wallpapers my sweetie made too!
Speaking of wallpapers, I created one for my desktop as well with from the first set of photos I took with our new camera. I'm so excited about it - the pictures will be georgeous! Oh, you would like one too? Tee hee...well, let me rustle around here on my 'puter and put two up for you...this is what it will look like for you (I blended the left edge off so you can see your icons well...)


1600 x 1200 download

1280 x 800 download

When I see a flower in all its perfection I am always reminded of the following scripture...

Matthew 6:29

29Yet I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these.

I have a young woman coming over this evening who I hope to introduce to the world of digiscrapping so I better get things straightened up today. I hope you all have a lovely day. Here's a QUICK scrap - page I created while writing a tutorial for my husband's school. This is my friend Valeries son, her link is listed to the right.



If you make your own pizza crust, sprinkle a little cornmeal on the pan before the crust and you will have a nice crisp crust. However, if you're like me and never have cornmeal on hand, a handful of cornflake crumbs (crushed in the blender) works wonderful too!


  1. AnonymousMay 22, 2006

    I am ejoying reading your blog and the freebies. Thanks

  2. what a cute little guy...and a lovely have a beautiful site glad people come to visit ..


  3. AnonymousMay 22, 2006

    Thanks so much for the newest rainbow piece.

  4. AnonymousMay 22, 2006

    Thank you for that Scrapbook page of Louis! BTW, whenever you want you could send a sample of that delicious pizza my way! XXX Valerie

  5. AnonymousMay 22, 2006

    Thank you for that Scrapbook page of Louis! BTW, whenever you want you could send a sample of that delicious pizza my way! XXX Valerie

  6. Barb, what a GREAT idea on the cornflakes!!!!~G

  7. Gorgeous rose! Thanks!

  8. AnonymousMay 23, 2006

    Loving these jewels, thank you! I'm going to try your way of cooking asparagus too, sounds really scrummy! I visited the desert website - you might want to mention to your dh that the guest book opens up with the page title 'test' - he might want to change that, unless of course it is still a test!!

  9. AnonymousMay 23, 2006

    Love your rainbow elements.I keep coming back to complete the set. Thank you so much for sharing.


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