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we're rooting for you, spring

nobody ever says "i'm so ready for this fall to be over". but winter? winter will have most everyone saying that in some form another. whether it's said as a hopeful, "i can't wait for spring" or a bitter, "that groundhog is full of it", by the end of the season, we're ready for longer days and kinder weather. this year in particular has been one giant eye roll. at least, it has been for those of us here on the east coast....more

Baby Belly week by week | My photography project

So it has been way too long since I shared my posts on Blog her. I have just been publishing to my main blog and that is it. Well one reason is I am expecting again. This is our 4th and is a boy. I decided this time around I wanted to really document my pregnancy. So this is what I came up with to share. Anyone can do it really. Yes I used Photoshop to put this together but there are many free programs online  you could use if you like....more

Documenting my Pregnancy - Surprise!

We had a wonderful Christmas. Really wonderful....more

7 Lovely Photos Edited With Waterlogue App

(This post first appeared on  suheiry, etc. on 3/3/14.)...more
Denise Thank you! And how cool is it that you can do this with your iPhone?more

Project 52: Lobster Tail (Week 8)

Another week has passed and I am back with the next 2014 Project 52 photo.   ...more

Photo A Day Challenge - February 16-28, 2014

One more month of daily photos as part of the Fat Mum Slim Photo A Day Challenge? Check! One more month of daily blogging as part of BlogHer's NaBloPoMo? Check! I'd say that 2014 is off to a pretty good start, creativity-wise! ...more

TUTORIAL: Seven Settings You Need to Know on Your Point-and-Shoot Camera

Do you have a point-and-shoot camera that isn’t taking the kinds of pictures you want? Are you stuck shooting in your camera’s out-of-the-box settings, too afraid or too busy to learn how to do anything else? If this sounds like you, then keep reading. There is hope, yet, with your point-and-shoot. Yes, without having to spend hundreds or even thousands more on a new DSLR camera, you can take amazing pictures with your camera. ...more
I'm so glad I found this! I was just telling my husband that I need to familiarize myself with ...more

How to Make a Living as a Crafter

I have made a living as a crafter for close to 15 years. It has not always been easy. There were times I was poor, and there were times I felt rich. There were times without health insurance, and times when I was staying in hotels in Beverly Hills. The craft industry waxes and wanes like anything else. This, my friends, is why I always live by the motto that you need to have several financial irons in the fire at once. ...more
jenniferperkins It was packed with good info! Thanks for sharing!more

Project 52: David on Valentine's Day (Week 7)

I am back.  It has been kind of a crazy week around my house, so I have not posted as much as I normally would.  The good news is that things are getting back to normal and I can resume my daily posting schedule.  To get back on track, I am going to begin by sharing my week seven photo for Project 52. ...more

Winter wonders

It’s been a winter to remember, that’s for sure. As a transplant to Indiana from Colorado, having snowy winters is not new to me. However, this has been by far the snowiest winter we’ve had in our nine years in the Midwest. Here's a recap of our winter thus far at the Weidenbenner home:...more