Lord You are More precious than silver
Lord You areMore costly than gold
Lord You areMore beautiful than diamonds
And nothing I desire
Compares with You
Well, all your comments worked - what man can't love the flattery of all you women out there! He worked his magic for you for yet another wonderful element! I do have another in the Movie Night series coming tomorrow, but I could not resist putting his up first! Thanks so much for your comments - it was nice to see the smile on his face!
A TASTY BREAK IN THE DAY AT THE WILDFIRE GRILL!
We are 'camping at home' today. It's Miles birthday on Monday, but we are celebrating today. Monday is a work day, and even worst, we both have dental appointments! Can you imagine! I have a few surprizes lined up through the day, and tomorrow I will tell all! So today's entry will be brief.
TUPPERWARE DRESS # 1
I have to tell you about an amusing article we heard on NPR radio this morning. It was about Tupperware - yes, probably every single one of us has at least one piece of Tupperware kicking about. In our family I think all the babies played with Tupperware more than toys - you just can't kill the stuff. The article we heard today was in a different tack though, it was about people creating ART with it - Tupperware has even made it into the Smithstonian Institute! We were awed to hear what people made with it - including these dresses!
TUPPERWARE DRESS # 2
Winner in Fashion Category:
Evelyn Tabaniag from the Philippines
created a collection of beaded handbags,
constructed from Tupperware(R) Sandwich Keepers.
Winner in Free Form Category:
Kriss Ulve from France sculpted a unique
and an intricate fish model. The deep blue and turquoise hues of the
Tupperware(R) products perfectly captured the colors of the sea --
which was Ulve's inspiration for the piece.
Winner in Storytelling Category:
Stella Filippou from Greece created a
Formula One Racing Car model entirely from Tupperware(R) products. She
compared the excitement and spirit of a Formula One Race to her
experience within Tupperware.
Winner in Utility Object Category:
Rajeev Joshi from India created a
kaleidoscope which was made from an assortment of contrasting shapes,
sizes and colors of Tupperware(R) products.
You can listen to the original article we heard at the following link: NPR ARTICLE
BARB'S HANDY TIP #110
Visualize Yourself Slimmer
Some friends are currently working their bottoms off (really!!!) in various weight loss efforts and I've been provided with a very neat link to share with you. It's called My Virtual Model, and basically, it allows you to create a model of what your body shape is now... and one of where you would like to be... so you can make models as you go along. Its a neat site. You can even post your own model to your blog or website. What a terrific way to encourage yourself on your journey. I totally admire the determination of all you gals who are working so hard (and making HEALTHY choices!)