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it was a soggy one. which is fine for the garden, except it delayed my plans to dig out and plant my new vegetable garden (i’m feeling brave and expanding on last year’s garden). the rain is ok though, i’ll … Continue reading
i’ve been making some cards recently using patterned and plain paper scraps and my brush pens. i had some of my photos developed to use as the image on the card, but i’m not entirely happy with the print quality. … Continue reading