May 10, 2009

Mother's Day


I'm so lucky, I've been playing for the last 5 hours! I've finished up my "Doodle Alphabet" inspired by Sue Doodles at www.suedoodles.wordpress.com. I've sat
outside on one of those crisp 70 degree sunny days listening to my Kim Komando podcast as I played with my pitt, sharpie and faber-cast markers. And now my DH is making dinner, my DD is doing the salad and I get to enjoy the company of my DS for a few more hours before he goes back to school.

Yep! Life is Good!

Hope everyone is enjoying their own Special Mother's Day blessings as well!

4 comments:

Anne said...

GREAT alpha. Love it.

suedoodles said...

i followed you over from flickr where i saw your alphabet. you work quickly. takes me more than 5 hours just to do one letter :D
~suedoodles

ScrapGirls Ro said...

They turned out great! You're inspiring me. I love to do this kind of thing, too.

My Perspective said...

Ro, you've got to try this! It is extremely relaxing and you get to play with all your pretty markers and colored pencils!

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