Tuesday, August 14, 2007
I have enjoyed seeing hummingbirds on my walks and in photo's that some blogs I visit have posted. I bought myself a hummingbird feeder, and planted some flowers that they are known to be drawn towards. Going outside and sitting quietly, while they hum by, has been one of my favorite ways to pass the time. I have found it relaxing, and I am making this treasured time a staple in my day.
Okay ladies, I am sharing a skin care product with you that I just love. It is philosophy. I use the microdelivery peel twice a week (sometimes once). It is gentle, smells wonderful... and it makes your face feel like a babies bottom. :)
I use this every day, twice a day. I love, love, love hope in a tube. It is a high density eye and lip cream. I think that if someone told me "Angela, you can only use ONE thing. You have to choose." This would be it!
Come on ladies and uh, men (I know times have changed, it isn't just women!). What are some things that you couldn't do with out that is a part of your skin regimen? Let's share!
I won this book from the ever so lovely Mary (BeadFluff). She asked that when I got done reading it, that I would pass it on to someone else. I thought that I would do the same as she did and pass it to a fellow blogger or who comments on blogs. So! If you leave a comment here on this post, you have to say that you want the book. I will then draw out of a hat and let the blogger ville know who the winner is in my next post. Follow the directions.
I just liked this photo.
This bee is just hangin'.
I liked how you could see this bee's detailed wings.
I know that this is not a clear shot of this bee. I felt this little bee had an attitude, I could hear Robert De Niro's voice saying, "Are you looking at me?"
I liked how you could see the shadow of this dragonfly? on the leaf.
School has started back here in Hughson, which means that I am back at work. I am trying to get back in the groove of a working atmosphere with a lot of women (in the kitchen... giggle). There have been so many changes; it has our heads spinning. We have a new site supervisor (our Billie retired this last year) and also a Food service rep. As they say "There is a new sheriff in town!" It is a little stressful and will take some time to iron out the wrinkles. I hope that it won't take too long. All of the ladies don't do really well with change, including myself.
They also say that "change is good," ... I am trying to keep that in mind.