We had a busy Saturday. David did a bike time trial race around Lake Kampeska in Watertown. He did AWESOME!! He won first in his age group and second overall! If he was able to train all the time he could definitely be the next Lance Armstrong. I was disappointed that I forgot my camera! It was too early for me to remember things. I'm not used to getting up at 5:30am! Hopefully I'll remember at the next event. David will be in another triathlon this next Saturday. It will be his first attempt at an open swim. Glad its not me, I would probably make it a 5 mile swim route and then drown from exhaustion!
Oh, and Jodi Spilde has more glove puppies for sale. Check out her blog if your interested. She also has many more amazing creations like handbags, watercolors and more for sale. Check it out!
Also if your an artist and would like more exposure for your handmade creations, submit some photos of your work with a meaning behind the end product or the process and I would be glad to share it with others! Just email this information to firstname.lastname@example.org . Thanks!
Posted by Jodi Ulschmid at 10:04 PM
This was one of the pictures I framed and gave to my mom for Mother's Day. Its our four generation picture that was taken quite awhile ago. I gave one to my grandma right away and totally forgot about giving my mom one until a few weeks ago. Sorry mom. You know how crazy things get in my household! Love you!
I hope every one's week is starting better than ours. Kaelyn has been under the weather. Her temp kept spiking last night so no one in our house got much sleep. She seemed to have a little more energy this afternoon so hopefully tomorrow she'll be back to her usual self. I hate to see little one's feel so miserable and you can't fix it! Take Care!
This has been another crazy week with a bunch of odd jobs thrown into the mix. From photo editing, to calligraphy to special printing projects, and then of course a bunch of magazine layout designs. The magazine is coming together and I'm so excited!!!
Open Art Studio Day is tomorrow! Everyone is welcome to join in the fun and work on their own artsy projects. Its all the same information from the previous open art studio day post...
same location, time, and bring a dish to pass for lunch.
Have a great weekend everyone!
Posted by Jodi Ulschmid at 4:51 PM