When someone subscribed to this blog that I had started a long time ago for a practice blog, I decided to activate it. How did they find it in the first place? I have no idea. But I’m glad they did. Otherwise you wouldn’t be here now reading this. LOL This is definitely not a serious blog. This will just be a fun blog – maybe even a little silly at times. Who doesn’t like to have fun? And even be a little silly at times. I hope your visit here will at least put a smile on your face . . .
I recently downloaded some watercolor type flowers and font. Here is an example of what I did with it on an app called Lineform. Lineform and Art Text 2 are the apps I use the most for creating graphics. I think it is a lot of fun. There is no end to the creativity that can be achieved.
My blogging friend Beverly who hosts Pink Saturday has announced that Pink Saturday is celebrating it’s 6th anniversary. It has been awhile since I have linked to Pink Saturday, but I couldn’t let this week go by without sharing something pink. After all, pink is still my all time favorite color. (Note all the pink in this blog as well as in my other blog, Charlotte’s Weblog).
So what am I going to share? I was asking myself that question when I noticed the background picture I had on my iPad was the perfect picture to share. This gorgeous pink glass is still on display at the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix. Pink the only color? Of course not, many different beautiful colored glass is displayed, but I picked out these that happened to be pink.
And why not add this picture of hubby and me since I’m wearing a pink hat.
After we enjoyed Chihuly display at Desert Botanical Gardens, we stopped by an ice cream shop in Scottsdale on the way home. It just happened to also be pink so I’m sharing that too. What a fun day.
Thank you for visiting my blog and letting me share the beautiful glass art with you. And thank you, dear Beverly, for being a friend and congratulations on hosting Pink Saturday for six years. You have made a lot of people tickled pink with all the pink that is shared there.
My last post was about my camera collection. My daughter surprised me this morning by giving me another one of my “old” cameras – the AGFA. She found it packed away with some of her stuff. She said she wished she had found the original camera, the Brownie Hawkeye. So do I, but I was so glad to get the Agfa. There was a period of time in the 60s and 70s when we took hundreds of slides with that camera. Main problem with that camera was you couldn’t have film developed at the drug store, but had to mail it in to the Agfa people and wait about a week to get the slides or pictures back. So, I was glad when we replaced it with a Kodak point and shoot camera. That one I don’t have either.
So here is a picture of the long lost Agfa camera.
And now here’s the collection with the Agfa added to it.
P.S. Got this little picture off the internet of a BROWNIE HAWKEYE.