Wife, Mom, Friend, Artist, Scrapbooker, Reading Enthusiast, Mac Lover, Jesus Freak.
Sometimes Irritable, Sometimes Silly, Sometimes Passionate.
Never Perfect. Always wishing I was. Coming to terms with this Beautiful Mess that is my life.
... Are one of my favorite passions. Especially vintage ones. I was so excited to find Timeless Treasures. Letters & numbers from Vintage signery are their specialty. Such fun photos of alphabetica & numerica. Yummy! Thier stuff has been used to decorate rooms for PB Teen. Tara Whitney even purchased some letters from them. Wish I was close enough to visit them. I would be in typography heaven!
Color Code is a really cool website that has a personality profile. Before doing the quiz, I thought 'wouldn't it be cool if my color is red?' After all, that's MY color. It's the color I feel comfortable around. The color I relate to. The color I am drawn to. And guess what. Apparently there's a reason for that. Red is my personality color. There is nothing on the site to signify what answers will relate to which color. The description of Reds was so accurate is was uncanny. Congratulations. You are RED.
REDS are motivated by POWER. They seek productivity and need to look good to others. Simply stated, REDS want their own way. They like to be in the driver's seat and willingly pay the price to be in a leadership role. REDS value whatever gets them ahead in life, whether it be in their careers, school endeavors, or personal life. What REDS value, they get done. They are often workaholics. They will, however, resist doing anything that doesn't interest them. REDS like to be right. They value approval from others for their intelligence and practical approach to life, and want to be respected for it. REDS are confident, proactive, and visionary; but can also be arrogant, selfish, and insensitive. When others interact with you, as a RED you respond to them best if they are precise, factual, direct, AND show no fear!
...and I found This Blog through a link from Ali's Blog. Another great one is A Bird In The Hand Fabulous creativity there! Great quotes on Ali's blog today, too! I especially love this on... Anna Quindlen : ...but the biggest mistake I made is the one that most of us make while doing this. I did not live in the moment enough. This is particularly clear now that the moment is gone, captured only in photographs. There is one picture of the three on them sitting in the grass on a quilt in the shadow of the swing set on a summer day, ages 6, 4, and 1. And I wish I could remember what we ate, and what we talked about, and how they sounded, and how they looked when they slept that night. I wish I had not been in a hurry to get on to the next things: dinner, bath, book, bed. I wish I had treasured the doing a little more and the getting it done a little less. Wow. If that doesn't get you right in the heart, there is seriously something wrong.