Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Just for fun - some snowy faces
Yes - it snowed again...so much for the groundhog and his promise of an early spring! I thought the snow on these silly tree faces might make you smile.
We removed a lot of the garden ornaments that were left behind by the sellers of our new house but I've gotten sort of fond of these crazy trees.
The snow that clings to them changes their expressions and makes them look a little sleepy.
Have you seen this type of decoration where you live? I don't know if they are widely used or just an odd thing that our sellers put up. Thumbs up or down for keeping them on our trees?
Our little granddaughter is two months old already! So of course I have to share a couple more photos in celebration of her special day.
It's amazing how fast new babies grow. She is definitely filling in and looking more round and cuddly.
This was one of her one month photos - just before we had to leave California to come home.
She had her first round of shots and had a great checkup. We are so happy that she is doing so well despite her surprise arrival a month before her due date.
Something got mixed up with the timing of my blog post yesterday and I just figured it out - so if you are a newsletter subscriber you will probably receive a few posts very close together. I have some more valentines to share on Wednesday - and I will post the link for the other version of the "love you" heart I designed.
Thanks for the notes and comments about the tutorial on using the Hide Contour option in Design Space that I shared on Sunday. I will try to do some more of this type of tutorial. They actually can take longer to do than making a video so it's good to know that many of you find them helpful.
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