Posts Tagged ‘snow’
February 15th, 2010 Posted 10:48 am
I had hoped by this point to have new product to show off. Unfortunately, even with a basic template for the art that I want to drop onto this new item, I am failing mightily. I trace and edit and it’s still not working. I think I’m close, but I need a couple more pair of eyes to check it over to figure out what exactly I’m doing wrong. It may actually be nothing, but… I’m too close to it.
When the kids get home from school, I’ll have the boys check it over. Also, Eric is on his way home from work, so maybe he’ll look it over. After confirming the office wasn’t closed for President’s day and also after answering work email [that came in this morning] from home, he drove in. Only to find the office closed. He’s supposed to get a phone notification when the office is closed, but no call came. He’s cranky 🙁
We may head out for lunch, but at the same time get some work done on this new product.
I’m crossing my fingers.
UPDATE: I just talked to a friend who owns a design company out of Pittsburgh and he’s willing to help out with the dog ‘problems’. I know good people and I’m happy for the support we give each other.
February 12th, 2010 Posted 9:45 am
I do so love winter.
Frozen fog sounds awful, but it sure is pretty. When I ran across town to deliver Alek’s backpack to the school [woops! he forgot it] this morning, I took some photos at the park. I use this park for a lot of the product photos on my website. I rarely see it in winter. I think I’ve been missing out.
This is a rock wall which separates a picnic area from the playground. I have to admit I’ve never noticed it before.
Just after I took this photo an older woman drove up behind me and rolled down her window. “Lovely day for photos, isn’t it?” And she shook her camera at me. We talked about the ice frozen on the trees and agreed it was a shame that the paths weren’t clear for walking. I would have loved to get down by the river which I could hear running in some place I couldn’t see.
I did push my way into the park a little ways to explore the winter. I love how each branch is completely encased in ice. And how you can see the unused playset in the background – oh, the cruel beauty that is mother nature 😉
Happy to be back home, I’m enjoying a hot cup of coffee and will soon head out to the sewing studio.