I recently took a few pictures at the site of an abandoned dairy (Deborah, if you're reading this, you know what I'm talking about). I wanted to post them but I had so much darn fun playing around with the FREE 'photo editing awesomeness' that is Picnik , I thought I'd share that with you, too.
Seriously, I can't stop playing with photos over at that site. I promise it can make anyone's pictures look cool in the click of a button.
Uh oh. I feel a series of 'arty' pictures coming on.
I've been collecting tiki mugs and such since college (too many years ago to tell you) and I have certain rules. I admit it- I am a snob & can only buy from thrift stores and that sort of thing- and I refuse to pay over a buck or two. Most of mine have cost anywhere from a 10 ¢ to about $2, maybe $3.
Of course there are exceptions to every rule & I am willing to pay more if the mug contains a drink, ha ha! Some of you might recognize mugs from Trader Dick's and Forbidden Island.
It's slow going these days, but they're still out there.
I'd keep it for myself, but honestly, I'd burn ice cubes if given half the chance. If you're up to the task of planning a slumber party or a Holiday in Mexico Prom or a Sukiyaki Party for the gang, then you're a better woman (or man) than I.
If cooking isn't your thing, then there's this, which is actually quite practical!