Sunday, November 4, 2007

Weekend's too short!

Weekends are too darn short. I found some really great things yesterday. I visited Flea and Scrap in Portland. The lady at Flea was willing to negotiate. Scrap had some really cool junk. All the stuff is apparently donated for recycling. Lovely!

I got to spend some time with my daughter this weekend. Here is a picture of the two of us. I cannot believe what a beautiful young woman my daughter has become! Isn't she pretty?

10 comments:

kecia said...

hey! yes, your daughter is GORGEOUS! she looks like a model!

Jen ~ ARTful Dreamer said...

What a lovely photo - both mom & daughter are beautiful :~) Good luck with escaping the corporate world. It is never easy but it sure is exhilarating and oh so good for the creative soul! Thanks for stopping by ~ all my best for your blog!

tascha said...

HI Denise!
Thanks for stopping by my blog! I had already drew for the winner of the contest before you left your comment. I took it off so people wouldn't be confused. I do hope you enter my next one!
Sorry you didn't get in on this one. Hope to hear from you again~!
Your daught is BEAUTIFUL by the way! :)

DJ said...

Hi Denise, I can't find your email anywhere and wanted to answer the question that you posted on my blog. Email me when you can!
DJ
jndpettitt@charter.net

Beth Leintz said...

I can't believe that's your daughter- you could be sisters!

kecia said...

Denise, i wanted to thank you in an email, but can't seem to find an email address for you!
kecia

daydreamstudios said...

Hi Denise.

Glad you stopped by. Yes your daughter is beautiful. I find it hard to believe you are old enough to be her mother! :-)
Karla

Deirdra Doan said...

Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog. Yes your Daughter is a beauty and I can see your pretty face in hers.
Happy Valentines!

Lana said...

That's a lovely photo of you and your daughter. Meant to come by sooner... thank you for visiting my blog and entering the giveaway a while back.

carlene federer said...

your daughter is gorgeous! Love the great stuff you made at A&S!