Monthly Archives: March 2013

Winter Geraniums

Most people let their geraniums die when winter comes, but I bring mine into the house and keep them indoors over winter. They don’t look as happy indoors as they do when they are freshly new in summer, but most … Continue reading

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Some months ago I learned about crocheting around rocks.  Years ago I used to do a lot of crocheting, –for pillow cases, decorative edges on hankies, attempts at stuffed animals, –things like that.  I really enjoyed crocheting but for more … Continue reading

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At the left of the picture there is a little green glass elephant.  This is the elephant that was the beginning of my elephant collection.  Grandma Emma gave me the little green elephant, and ever after that, I was drawn … Continue reading

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I loved seeing this turkey in the field one winter day when we were driving to Findley Lake. I took the picture while I was still i the car. I don’t get to see wild turkeys very often but I … Continue reading

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Ukrainian Easter Eggs

Here are a few more of the Pysanky (Ukrainian Easter Eggs) that I have done. What a treat it is for me to be able to do these eggs. I do enjoy seeing the pictures of eggs I have done. … Continue reading

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Ukrainian Easter Eggs

Every year at this time, I work at decorating eggs, using the wax resist/dye method of Pysanky, –Ukrainian Easter Eggs.  Dewey Mayes piqued my interest in this religious art form, and then Tammy Hritzvey gave lessons at the Higher Education … Continue reading

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