Saturday, March 12, 2016

Share Your Cup

During my walk yesterday I could hear a racket going on but it took me a while to find the source.  This is the squirrel I found in a tree,  his partner I did not find as he was in a full pine tree and was hidden in the branches.  I'm not sure if I was the source of the commotion and discussion but they were really vocalizing.  It was a gorgeous morning and it was good to find signs of spring in the air.

This was lunch one day this week.  Pumpernickel toast with a bit of butter and Italian Wedding soup with a dollop of sour cream. Yummy!

This is the tulip tile I posted about here.  The frame has had a make over.   The frame was dark brown and not really what I wanted.  I've been working on a painting project and I was inspired to paint the frame.  Now it is yellow and much more in keeping with the colors in the tile and my favorite colors.  More about the painting project in a future post.

This is a clear glass mug with herbal tea in it.  It's a gift from a friend who took a trip to Hawaii this February.  Thanks so much for thinking of me while in those wonderful climes.

My trip to the library this week saw me bring home several books focused on the internet.  This book is very interesting for someone who has been blogging for 7 years.  I'm about half way through and much of it so far are the work to put in before you actually set up a blog and start posting.  Some really good ideas.  Chapters are introduction (anatomy of a blog),  finding your voice and niche (your aesthetic and your name),  Powering your Blog (platform, domain names, what to post and how often).  I'm enjoying the book and the rest is going to be interesting.

Submitting to Share Your Cup hosted my Carol at Art & Sand.

1 comment:

  1. It seems like Italian wedding soup is our favorite this year. Love those little meatballs in it. It's interesting to hear about the blog book you are reading. I wonder how I would have done things differently if I had had such a book. Hope you're having a nice weekend.


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