I'm happy to be again participating in the 29 faces
of September challenge this month.
|" Miss Monster" envelope art is better in person! Love the colour and whimsy, makes me smile!|
|The Thinker doesn't let much get by her! Face #1 29 faces of September|
|Miss Unsure face # 3 Her confidence waxes and wanes as she makes decisions!|
We felt compassion for moms with young children, and the elderly, who seemed last to complain! It may be difficult for some to replace their spoiled items. For the most part everything stayed frozen in our freezer. We managed to get ice and pretend we were camping while eating yummy sandwiches for dinner two nights in a row. Had it continued longer we'd have fired up our BBQ. We tend to be more prepared for these things than some. We will be even more prepared next time!
|Miss Selfish face #4 doesn't really care who's inconvenienced as long as it's not her!!|
It was a lovely quiet time to connect and laugh together.
Hard to hear all the blamers out there blaming the power
company as though Mother Nature conspired with them
to put the lower mainland in darkness!
Had coffee and timbits purchased at a store with power.
Regular Sunday plans continued during daylight, minus grocery
shopping. By mid evening power returned, we rushed with glee
wash work pants do laundry, and enjoy a home steeped tea!
Monday this wonderful surprise snail mail
came from Lee at All about Art and Me
The envelope decorated with the lady and those
fabulous buildings! Inside was that fabulous little
art piece on the bottom right! I love her art! My photo
does not do it justice. Hope she has a better
photo to put up on her blog. Both Cupcake and I
squealed when we saw it. Again Thank you
so much Lee...for this sweet gesture! Lee
can be found on instagram as Leekrek
The next day these beauties arrived from Amazon.
So excited to try these babies and listen to Lucinda
Williams cd "Down where the spirit meets the bone"
a tribute to her dads beautiful poem Compassion!
You can watch Lucinda talking about the collaboration
of her music put to her dads poem, and watch
how her now deceased father reacted
when he first heard it here!
Are you good in a crisis? Are you prepared or
scrambling around in a panic to make things work?