Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Road Rules #4

Intense.  Sensory Overload.  No matter how you word it, this car is simply overwhelming!
-Sighted at the Smoky Mountains National Park

Yes, those are wine corks on the side of the car.


Yes, those are bald babies littering the dashboard.


I think they need one more bumper sticker.

Sunday, July 14, 2013

The Great Smokies Part I


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Our vacation rental in the Smokies is amazing! The stream across the road has some mammoth rainbow trout, and the view isn't so bad either! So far we have done some beautiful hikes and sampled some good ole moonshine in Gatlinburg....but more on the later. For now, we're enjoying our backyard.

Monday, July 8, 2013

Tawas, MI

Tawas, MI, or "Up North" as we call it.
What a place to relax and enjoy nature...catch a fish or two, and definitely eat some ice cream.
The trip wouldn't be complete without a foray into Iargo Springs and walking the pier in town with good friends.  This is what Pure Michigan is made of!







Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Photo Contest

 Hey guys!  If you have a moment, I would love for you to vote for this photo in a local photo contest.  Thanks-every vote counts!
This photo was taken at the Three Rivers Festival in Fort Wayne, Indiana.  I love watching the chalk artists draw-they are so talented!

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Easter Chicks

Just in type for Easter, I have a scrumptious treat to share!  
My friend and I made this little chicks, and they are quite delish.
Hope they inspire you to bake some as well!










Monday, March 25, 2013

My Muse








I fear I have become addicted to Skillshare!  I am taking an awesome class with Kat Conte, called Muse: A Video Portrait Workshop.  I decided to focus on influencing my students with this project, so I chose to create a portrait about Reading and all of its awesomeness.  Hope you enjoy!


Sunday, March 10, 2013

Dabbling

Aside from the wedding map, another gift that I made for my brother and his fiancee is this fabulous table!  It is made from wood scraps that belonged to their grandfathers, such as pine, oak, walnut, and mahogany.  The top of the table is constructed of two ends of oak pews that one grandfather made by hand.  Can you say, shabby chic?



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