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Archive for August, 2008

My Photo Printer

I am a total doofus when it comes to photography–my very accomplished friend, Cindy, showed me how to improve my pictures, and now I have become a fantatic. I’m behind this morning–I did the usual journaling, devotions, etc.–because I got to printing out copies of my pictures of the Bleecker Cousins’ Reunion and went crazy. A set for me, for my mother, and for Auntie Marian–okay, fair enough. But THEN I got to thinking about the colorful pix I shot in Santa Fe, the ones I want to incorporate into my collage and ATCs. So I printed THOSE out, too.

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Chicken-gate 08

Well, the FIRST challenge was buying chicken to take to the Bleecker Cousins’ Reunion, as Mom had volunteered me to provide lunch. :) (I didn’t mind being volunteered, but I would have liked to know how many people were going to be eating!)

My sister Sally approached the deli clerk in one of our local supermarkets and asked for chicken, plainly visible on trays behind the glass. She requested all of it, since we figured if there was too much, that was better than not enough, and SOMEBODY would eat it. The clerk got huffy and informed Sally that she should

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