Monday, October 29, 2007

New York trip 1#

Here are some of my New York pictures part one...

Here are some pictures from the plane.

Hannah and Uncle Andy

Grandpa, Mom and Aliss by the gold fish pond
Hannah's cricket.

Monday, October 15, 2007

Big apple

We will be going to New York state!!!
My grandpa and grandma are paying for us to come visit!
We have been wanting to come visit them for so long. :o)

-Tessa xoxo

Sunday, October 14, 2007


Can you see where Fall is starting?

Here is my fun with photos for Sprittibee's

I picked these photos for fall and here they are...

Fall soccor is a big thing at our house because 3 out of 5 kids play it, we know when fall is here because we have to grab sweaters put them on and go to games and practices.
Fall is nice crisp weather to put on a coat and go to the park!

Monday, October 8, 2007


This is where I want to be today!
At Starbucks getting a nice warm drink, like a pumpkin spice latte or a caramel mochiotto...
All I know is it is rainy and Starbucks sounds so good... and warm.

Well Starbucks see you when the moon is blue.

Love Tessa

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Fun with photos

Hey run don't walk over to Sprittibee's for the Fall Five Kodak Printer Give-Away at
Her Blog.
Kodak and Sprittibee are giving away an EasyShare 5300 printer!!!

There are Five Project Choices for your Entry:
we will be doing 1.
1. Create a Photo Family Tree with your kids. Can be 2-D or 3-D. Use your imagination. Use photos from your digital camera that you print on your printer at home.

2. Do a photo project entitled "What I Love". Kids can take pictures of their favorite things. Learn a little about photography as you go (take unusual angle shots, macros, etc.). Make a collage or photo book of your results.

3. Do a photo project entitled "My Town" or "My Neighborhood". Drive around and shoot some photos of things you enjoy about your town. Make a few scrapbook or lapbook pages and journal on them. Do some computer research on the history of your town and take pictures of the skyline or architecture in your area. Write a story to go with it or captions on your photos. Be creative.

4. Do a photo journalism project for your school (or homeschool). Write an article using your own photos. Tell about your class, a typical day there, your classmates, your teacher, a field trip, or write a newsletter about events going on at your school. You can do this on paper and scan it as a graphic in your post, or you can do it as a blog post entirely.

5. Fall Photos Project - capture the change of the seasons. Go through all your photos and find pictures of the fall. Use magazines to cut out pictures that remind you of fall's colors and make a photo collage. Paint a picture and scan it. Make a photo collage from shots you take in your town that speak of fall.

All of these are ideas to get you started - not exact descriptions of the project. You don't have to follow them exactly. One rule that is mandatory is to capture your project on your blog so that we can experience it with you.

Monday, October 1, 2007


I have been making hanging pillows and ornaments.
I like to sew when I'm sick, when it gets cold out, when I have an idea... heck I like to sew. :o)
When Mom and Me go to craft fairs I have a little table that Mom lets me set up my stuff up on in her booth. That is so fun to get to spend the day with Mom and meet other crafters.

It is just so cool to take things and put them together and make some thing.
I love to craft... period.

have a great day!