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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

No more excuses!

So, afer a long hiatus, I am back. Havn't felt like blogging as I have been rather uninspired in the art department. Am in the midst of an altered puzzle swap with some friends and Miz Muse has taken off. Part of it is my craft room is in disarray and I still have no idea where everything is and its frsutrating when you spend hours looking for one thing, only to find it won't work. I just have to muster the willpower to get off my sorry butt and organize. Something I am not so fond of. The other thing is the craft room is too dark fro crafting. there is a giant ash tree outside my window that blocks out all the light and it is so sad for me. I suppose I could light the place up but I have taken to the dining room as there is plenty of light there.

Anyways, below are some of the said puzzle pieces.

Top row: Nancy, Mrs Noofy and Lolita Sue
Bottom row:Kimmie, Beanie and Tammy
Pink Rabbit is going to Deb Moon.

I have also taken some pictures from my travels for work.

Fields of purple wildflowers in Morley. It kinda looks like bluebells or canterbury bells (campanula) but not quite. I'd love to get some seeds to have them grow wild in my garden.

Sitting on the edge of the pristine Bow River in Morley.

Abraham Lake, a manmade glacial fed lake on the highway to the Ice Fields parkway.

View from the Bighorn Reserve.

Crescent Falls in the summer.


Nancy said...

Love the puzzles, especially mine :)
The photos are great, my favourite is of the lake and the beautiful snowy mountains!
Happy to see you blogging again :)
I believe the dining room is 'your' place to stamp!

Deb Moon said...

Diane - Love the photos. I adore my puzzle piece! Funny thing about organizing - I love to organize, but can't find the time to do it.
LOL I can so relate to the frustration of hunting for craft supplies that I know I have "somewhere." I wish I could visit you and help you whip your space into shape. Hugs to you!

ooglebloops said...

Great puzzle pieces!! Your scenery photos are fabulous!! And, yes, I do live in 'the' Shenandoah Valley - the Gap area, at the foot of the National Forest.

mizmollye said...

Thanks girl for visiting and also love your blog. Awesome puzzle pieces and I can't wait to make some. I'll visit you often. xox Mollye