Share Six: March 6, 2016

Two years ago I joined Project 10 as a casual blogger on their page.  In 2015, there was a shift in the blog group and Sharetographers evolved.  Due to various reason, the entire Sharetographers blog group has had to withdraw from the group.  No one wanted to see this the page disappear. This past week I was approached by Casey, one of the Sharetographer bloggers and…

Sharetographers: July 2015: Smooth

Sharetographers topic this month is smooth and for most of the group summer has been happening.  We have had guests from out of country and life has been a little hectic.  We have 24 days to my son getting married and about double that before my daughter leaves to join the Peace Corp and will be gone for at least 27 months.  Smooth probably is not…

Sharetographers: June 2015: Rustic

Rustic is what we do.  Camping has been part of our lives since Richard and I were teenagers.  Not together back then but from the time we were married we spent weekends and weeks away camping or roughing it.  I have slept in the back of a car, in a cave, in a tent, in a camper, on the edge of the ocean, back…

Sharetographers Share Six: May 2015: Floral

As I previously mentioned, Project 10 Challenge is now Sharetographer’s Share Six.  This is the first month that they have invited a guest photographer to join their circle link and I am thrilled to be the person they invited.  I love being part of this group, and with the new changes to the site, there is so many more options to be involved and…

Sharetographers: Share Six: April 2015: Tasty…

The topic is tasty.  Oh boy, this is my challenge.  I could do chocolate, but then I would be forced to eat it all.  I thought about a salad but that was not capturing my attention.  Recently on facebook there was a recipe going around that I had downloaded because it really looked interesting. Let me start out by saying …I am not Julia…

Sharetographers: Share Six: March 2015: Where I stand……

As a mom, I have always prayed for my children.  Endlessly……  I’d  pray that I would bring them up to have good manners.  That they would be children of integrity.  That they would know love and give love unconditionally.  That they would be independent.  That they would have solid values. That they would be socially conscience.  That they would love and respect the people…

Project 10: February 2015: Same

This past week, I spent 5 days with my daughter Amy.  She had to have a bone graft and I wanted to be with her when it was done, and be there to nurse her if she needed her mommy, in the days that followed.  We mistakenly believed that this surgery had been easier than the original accident that caused the need for the…

Project 10: January 2015: Glitter

Project 10 challenge this month was Glitter.  The first thing that always comes to mind is the sparkly stuff that you find on decorations that normally stick to you and is a pain to get off.  Not being a big fan of that kind of glitter I decided to Google the definition of glitter. What is: glit·ter ˈɡlidər/    1. verb  Shine with a…