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Sunday blessings

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Christine Mason Miller self-published Ordinary Sparkling Moments: Reflections on Success and Contentment, in 2008. She promoted her book in many creative ways over time.

North Light Books is publishing a second and revised edition Fall 2015. There is more information on Christine’s books page.  Her work includes her writing, collage art, and her photography.  She is also a teacher.  I read her blog for a time before beginning this blog in December 2009.  If you have a moment to visit her books page, and are interested, you’ll see one of her cards that says “Nothing Fails.”  I have the card on a shelf now, and also when I began this blog.

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My reblog yesterday from Art Discarded is the kind of painting that speaks to me, in terms of what I would like to color or paint; and reminds me of the pictures I created in the past.  I began again this week!

I’ll conclude this post with a lovely Southern Red Trillium from wpclipart.

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Blessings, Ellen

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Saturday

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“Triangle-floral seamless background” by Owen Ransen.

For more information, please visit wpclipart, which is edited and managed by Paul Sherman.  This picture is the “Clip of the Day.”

ALSO, I learned that Jan Karon is publishing a new Mitford novel on September 2.  Her books are so well-written, and full of heart and hope.  Her website is beautiful.

Rhododendron blossoms

Years ago, Karl and I visited Washington and also went north to British Columbia, Canada.  I still remember the beautiful colors of the rhododendrons in spring.

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Photo credit:  Paul Sherman

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This photo is from Paul Sherman’s Tennessee flora section (filed under Plants).  Nice to visit anytime, and as we wait for flowers here.

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I find so many wonderful pictures at http://www.wpclipart.com.  Paul Sherman is the editor of this site.  His main purpose is to provide a good site for “usage in school research and reports.”  The images are in the Public Domain.

Paul Sherman added a new “textures section.”

Here is his image, “plant leaves by Paul:”

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I also love this picture, among many others!

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