This Labor day weekend Damon and I will be together, working out the details of the bead store, etc. Also, this Saturday, my and everyone else's mural will be auctioned off, and the money given to the town of Creede to purchase new park benches, garbage cans, flowers, etc. Pretty exciting! Below are pics from when Red and I painted the mural, and when my mom came into town to see it. (Right before Cassie's wedding) It was such a fun project, I can't wait to do another one next year!
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Ellen, my niece, is a budding young artist. Recently, she heard from her friends that there was an art fair taking place at the Covedale Theatre, not far from where we live. Adults and children alike can enter, display their work and sell it. She talked over different ideas with her friends, and decided to enter and do her very own line of tye dyed onesies for babies. :) I couldn't pass up the opportunity to help her with this little art endeavor, we had so much fun! She'll be selling her work on Saturday . . . I'mso proud!
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Friday, August 17, 2007
Last Wednesday, mom, Christa, the Setas (minus Ellen who was at camp) and I went to Stricker's Gove for the Hoeting Realtor picnic. It was so much fun, although I think Christa and I OD'd on snowcones and cotton candy. Mom also got a chance to catch up with all her realtor friends. The only bummer is that no one would go on any of the "spinny" rides with me. I guess I'm the only one with the stomach for that in this family...
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Thursday, August 16, 2007
Friday, August 10, 2007
Thursday, August 9, 2007
Tradition in the Cranert/O'Neill household. When the grandkids come to spend the night, they like to have a tea party, in which we all dress up however we want, and be whoever we want - provided we all still speak w/ a british accent and think we are better than the other, spinnin' our yarns over a spot o' tea and a nice crumpet... :) As you can see, mom, gram and I are all still kids at heart.
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