Monthly Archives: June 2009

Dog’s Letters to God


general 003How come people love to smell flowers, but seldom smell each other? Where are their priorities?
When we get to heaven, can we sit on the couch, or is it the same old story?
We dogs understand human verbal instructions, hand signals, whistles, horns, clickers, beepers, scent IDs, electromagnetic energy fields, Frisbee flight paths. What do humans understand?
If there are postmen in heaven, will we have to apologize?
May I have my testicles back?


Flowers etc.


These are flowers from my yard and a friend’s yard 2 doors away. We spent a wonderful Father’s Day in his garden at a fantastic BBQ with no detail left undone, including the weather! Enjoy!

I’ve been published!


Check out this link: to see a swap I participated in. I am the one near the end that has the cloud background, slide mount and silver moon on the cover. Scroll to the right to see my name and hyperlink to my blog.

The swap was to alter a children’s board book, you choose the theme, medium, etc. I chose stars as my theme and used quotes and poems to related my ideas.  Enjoy all of the images!

Heartfelt Massage


In 2005, I went back to school because I wanted to do something different with my life…something in the helping field, but something different. So I spent 9 months of my life full time going to school learning all kinds of massage. I loved it! Unfortunately, the economy turned way south, so I closed my lovely, peaceful studio in Pleasant Hill and do chair massage and full table massage on an outcall basis.

I have the opportunity to do chair massage at a local retreat house once or twice a month and really enjoy myself. I had forgotten how good it felt to get my hands on someone and help them feel better. I hope someday in the future, I can have a studio once again….massagehand

Hello! Happy Monday…at least it’s almost over!


I had a great time at a crop this weekend where I sat with some interesting ladies and got lots completed…like a Father’s Day card for John and these fun tags. I used Avery manilla tags, purchased at an office supply store, sprayed walnut ink on both sides and let them dry. Then I found vintage pictures and put them on with some unusual text that I cut out of an old Nancy Drew book. walnut ink tagsmore walnut ink tags