Monthly Archives: November 2016

Catch a Falling Star

So yes, this week I jumped on the bandwagon after seeing Cris Letourneau’s neat 3-d star. I used if for my Reticula for this weeks Diva Challenge (#295)  – Part 2 of Reticula and Fragments. I used a triangular fragment, … Continue reading

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Well, Sort Of…Mahalo!

So, this blog post finds me on the beautiful (but raining and cloudy) island of Oahu. Most of you know I am blessed with the perfect mate for my travel bug self, and he occasionally invites me along when he … Continue reading

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Take the High Road

Recently, whilst in Venice, I was reminded about how change can effect the things that man makes. Venice is a man made island, and it is slowly sinking under the weight of buildings and an influx of tourists. But in … Continue reading

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A Ghostly Squid

¡Feliz Dio de los Muertos! I hope everyone enjoyed their Halloween. We refer to it as “Birthday Eve” for the man of the house, and due to a distinct lack of trick or treaters the past few years, we decided … Continue reading

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