One of my favorite landscape pictures.
When I took this picture all I could think of was the song “Stand Tall” by Burton Cummings.
I made these Christmas tree ornaments from used k-cups. An easy craft to make with your family. Acrylic paint and plastic don’t work well together. Whenever I have a difficult to paint object, I go to my usual method, using watered down school glue and used one layer of a cheap napkin to cover the item. Let dry and decorate any way you wish.It does take time for the napkin and glue to dry before you can paint it. You could use good markers instead.
I was so happy to receive my first Christmas card of the season. Kelly, from Greetings By Kelly, sent me this hand-made card and matching ornament. Thanks!
You can see her wonderful creations at her website here.
I designed and help run her website (which I haven’t kept up with because her focus is now on Facebook. One day I will get to it. You can still see most of her creations there. Lately she has been making amazing signs and decor with chalk paint. She even gave me a lesson on it and I think I found another hobby.
Not the song.
A while back my sister asked us if we could wash a large tiger blanket for her because the place we rent came with the most awesome washing machine. It is huge! My mom told me to come in and see what she what she had found when she opened the lid to put it in the dryer.
I wondered what horrifying thing awaited me there. Check it out:
What a nice surprise. 🙂
Many of us did not celebrate the way we would have liked to. Still, I am grateful to have shared the day with my sister and her family. We are in each others bubble. She lives here in Bobcaygeon.
We had Thanksgiving poutine this year. Believe me when I tell you stuffing, aka dressing, takes this dish to a whole new level.
I hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday. One day things will be back to normal and we can be with our friends and family again. That will truly be a day to be thankful about, right?
Kelly from “Greetings by Kelly” made the Thanksgiving Cracker in the photo above. Such a talented person! She has a website showcasing all her hand-made greeting cards and gift supplies that you can visit here.