December 5, 2011
It's early yet, only 5 a.m. and it's still quite dark outside. I've been busy during the night reading one of my Photoshop books, "Top 100 Simplified Tips & Tricks". It's a visual learner book, and I love it. I'm a show me gal. Pictures with arrows pointing to things is easier for me to understand. Later today, I have a few new things to try in Photoshop.
You know folks, last week was a four year anniversary since my Michael has been gone. On Thanksgiving morning, there was a brand new bud starting to open on the yellow rose tree. Yesterday morning when I got home from work, I looked out the window and there it was! The beautiful yellow bud had fully emerged. Remember the little verse: "God gave us our memories so that we might have roses in December"?
Today, we have the first two parts of our brand new December kit, "Home For The Holidays". This month's theme and color pallette are from Su. Because there are so many traditional Christmas kits available, we thought we would use non traditional yet festive colors. I must say we put together a really beautiful kit for you. Here is my preview for the first two parts.
Here is your download link: EXPIRED
When you have finished downloading, be sure to visit Su's Blog to pick up her parts. While you are there, don't forget to take a moment to stop and say thank you.
Do any of you have an attachment for odd things such as rocks, paper and glass? I think these things must have been important to me in a past life because I have been very attached to them in this life. All my life, I have been known to stop and pick up a pretty rock or a piece of glass and take it home with me. As for paper, for some reason I cannot pass it up when it is on sale. I have notebooks up the ying yang.
The photography theme for this week is glass, so I took a photo of my favorite piece of glass. I found this one day when Michael and I were out looking for pieces of quartz. It's a large chunk and mainly red with bits of orange, yellow and white. Isn't this gorgeous?
That's all for this morning. It's time to check on the Mrs again. Another hour or so, and I'll be on my way home. Till tomorrow, Y'all have a fabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.