I am thinking about all the things I have to do before we leave for our little trip this week.
I am thankful for my sons. I heard from both of them today.
From the kitchen you won’t believe what we had for Easter dinner. I’m sure it’s quite different from what any of you had on this glorious day. Ok, I’ll tell you. It was egg salad on English muffins.
I am wearing my soft grey yoga pants, a long sleeved t-shirt from Jones NY, my long Cabi velour jacket. It’s cold outside.
I am creating some textured photos in Photoshop. Maybe I’ll add one of them to the end of this post.
I am going to bite the bullet and go camping this week with my husband. In a tent.
I am reading The Watchman by Robert Crais and it’s really good.
I am hoping that I’ll do fine on the hikes when we’re camping.
I am hearing George with one of his squeaky toys.
Around the house, the light is turning golden. I love this time of day.
One of my favorite things is a campfire. I’m serious.
A few plans for the rest of the week include a list of things to be done before we leave, which may not be until Wednesday if the weather does what it’s predicted to do.
Here is picture thought I am sharing
I’m not sure yet what tree is blossoming in the old horse paddock here, but it sure is pretty. I ran PW’s seventies action and then lowered the opacity to about half. Joy St. Claire texture applied as well.
I know some of you have asked if I posted a tutorial on how to make a copyright brush in Photoshop. I found my tutorial in a book by Scott Kelby, The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers. I looked on the internet for something similar and nothing was quite like the way Scott showed how to do it. I wish I knew how to put it into words and maybe I’ll do that in an upcoming post.
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Have a peaceful day, all. Until tomorrow, my friends . . .