When I lived in NYC about 15 years ago, I took a fascinating course at The New School on New York City history from the rock formations to the Brooklyn Bridge. Each week, the professor, Joyce Gold, filled the hour with amazing stories and slideshows of historic buildings, some that still stood today, and others that remain
Yesterday, I got the idea to try something new–create my own memes. In case you are late to the game on tech talk (to be honest, I didn’t know these things were called “memes” until about 6 months ago!), memes (which rhymes with “dreams”) are, in my crude definition, photos or videos that someone has
With Christmas less than a month away, time is running out to plan those cherished holiday cards. If the idea of busting out the camera to photograph your kids makes you cringe, here are a few tips to help make it a little more enjoyable. 1. Be Prepared. You don’t have to spend hours planning, but
Recently, we finished a major renovation on our house. While I am totally loving the new space, I am definitely NOT enjoying the blank walls staring me in the face, and I am dreading all the searching and decision-making it takes to decorate multiple rooms. So, when Frame It Easy approached amadisonmom.net to try out
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I think I could spend an entire day at The Farm at Green Village just walking around taking pictures. (But then… I might end up spending all of my money on flowers and yard decorations.)
Day 4 of a 4 day weekend. Nick has gone to New Orleans. Zoe, Ana and I are ALL looking forward to school tomorrow. This is as good as I get for the 10th day of NaBloPoMo.