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Here's what I've been working on the last few months! I have created a coloring book that will take you back to some of the fun things of the 1970s! The 1970s were my "growing up" years. I loved all the artwork in bright colors and the bold designs. I spent many hours creating colorful doodles on my blue denim three ring binder, my brown grocery bag book covers, and my folders. My favorite medium was Flair markers, but I also used colored pencils and pastels. If you're a child of the '70s like I am, I think you will enjoy some coloring fun and de-stressing with my coloring book "Memories of the 1970s". It's available on Amazon here. Let me know what you think of it. If you love it, I'd appreciate you leaving a positive review on Amazon.
On a recent trip to my Mom and Dad's, I decided to take some photos of the many beautiful flowers my Mom has in the yard. While I was taking the photos I looked up to find I had an audience. These cows all seemed quite curious about what I was doing. They are Amish cows, owned by my parent's Amish neighbors, so I guess they had never seen a camera before. ;) They stood staring at me until I got a little closer than they felt comfortable, then they started backing up, all the while still staring.
Well....let's just say I've been busy and haven't had a chance to post photos. I've been taken them but there's been so much going on that I haven't had time to post. Here's the bulk of the catch up photos. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2" orderby="title"]
This is literally a flower bed and appears to have been for quite a while. It's at a home on a country road near where I live. There's also a bathroom sink and toilet with flowers planted in them just a few feet from the bed. Nothing like a little something to make folks laugh when they're on a drive in the country. :)
I saw a patch of Queen Ann's Lace on the side of the road today and stopped to take a photo of it. One thing I noticed was several of the plants that had not bloomed yet. I had never noticed the way the blooms look like a big tangle of fingers clutching to hold on to each other. If I hadn't been looking at the blooms for a photo I probably wouldn't have noticed today either. When I looked at the photos on my computer and zoomed in on one, I found another surprise. Apparently ants like these flowers.