Wannabe Art

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Sunday, June 07, 2009

Camille and Greeley Make 4

It has been a busy couple of weeks getting use to having two new folks in the house. My hubby and I usually just do our own thing...eat when we want, go out when we want, take naps as we choose etc. But having guests we have had to adapt our plain old age lifestyle...I plan meals as well as plan days. It is kinda of nice...I know that the morning are mine as the girls are late sleepers...during the day we are either beaching it or pooling it...in the evenings after watching TV, I go to bed and they stay up to check on friends via computer or their iPhone. They run the cartoon channel all the time...am not sure that they are watching it but do believe they like the noise that it provides. My oldest grand daughter introduced me to video chat via computer... sounds like fun...but it does really look scary...you see yourself in all of your old age glory and if your hair is messy...it shows...in order to improve the look you need to push the computer back a little so your head is smaller...less flaws...but then you have to worry about what is in the background...so along with the fun comes pre-preparation for a talk...think that old fashion phone still has a place in my life. Every year the girls are easier to entertain and more enjoyable. I dread the time when they start giving me excuses why they don't want to come to Grammy's house...I have made it clear to both of them that there will not be any hurt feelings on my part when life at home is just too exciting or too involved to come spend a summer month with me.
Usually both of them are agreeable to having their pictures taken ...this year a zit on a cheek or a bad hair day has them telling me no way ....so as of now I have no pictures to post.
I am going to silk screen some fabric this coming week am hoping that the process might draw them in and get them to play with me...then perhaps the camera can come out.


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