1. What’s Your Name and URL: My name is Duane Hosein and you can find me at www.duanehosein.com 2. When did you start blogging? What drove you in the direction or fine arts?: I became addicted to the whole concept of “online journaling” after joining Livejournal in the 90’s. At the height of my addiction, I had three separate journals. As far as starting an actual blog, it’s been almost two years. My first attempt was on Blogger, but I recently switched to WordPress. Ever since I could hold a pencil, I knew that fine art was my calling. 3.
I have been feeling rather cozy lately. Dreaming of moments where I might be able to catch a long warm bath, or sleep in beyond a reasonable hour. Such is not life currently! We have been exceptionally busy! As a matter of fact, both Joey and I had to work all day Sunday! So in the spirit of dreaming of that relaxing day to come, I pulled some of my favorites from my archive to share with you. Sadly, I have no idea where these images came from! I read 100’s of blogs and home magazines, and can’t for the
This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Cryo-Cell International. All opinions are 100% mine. Sometimes you can feel like there is nothing you can do when something bad happens close to home, or better yer, far away. When I found out there was a a way to help your own children while helping those children in Haiti, I had to share. Cord blood is what remains in the umbilical cord while after a child is born. For you moms out there, you know this is just thrown away. If you preserve the cord blood, you
Joey and I got married twice. Most of our friends and family don’t know this! Our wedding was in Jamaica, but a few months before we ran off to Vegas with a handful of family and friends and got married a la Elvis. We did this to make sure all of our paperwork was legal and American. One year ago today was that faithful day. We accomplished a lot in our year! We adopted our second son, I mean, dog, Porkchop VanderSandwich. We bought a house kind of unexpectedly. I started a new company, also unexpected. Joey went platinum,
Swoon. Gush. Swoon Swoon. Yes, in just a moment those words will be running in your brain uncontrollably! Bonnie, editor for Going Home to Roost has created her blog in a magical fashion. Each post is fresh and informative, and each photo, purely brilliant. Her blog is a daily first read of mine, and I encourage you to pop on over there after you get to know her a bit! 1. What’s Your Name and URL: hello! my name is bonnie forker and i author going home to roost. 2. When did you start blogging? What drove you in
This week has got to be one of the busiest weeks of my life! We had a big ‘ol hurricane like storm in our parts and lot and lots of trees came down. We decided to go around and collect wood and turn it into stuff. My friend Duane and I are going to be working on an awesome (AWESOME) project with his art work, and Joey and I have a few projects in mind we are excited to get started on. Additionally my friends and I launched our other website. Well, kind of. We launched 1/2 of it!
The winner of the Ink Bloom give away is…. Lucky number 13 is Chrissy! Chrissy, please e mail me your mailing address! Congratulations!!!!!! For those of you who did not win, please check out Ink-Bloom and get moving on amazing projects of your own!
Editor of J-A-Girl, Chris, has a way of sucking you in with her candid and realistic blog. She comes from a place of realistic views yet provides inspiration for all. DIY Projects to give-aways, it’s an all around awesome find. So sit back and meet Chris, then hop on over and say hi to her! 1. What’s Your Name and URL Chris www.j-a-girl.blogspot.com 2. When did you start blogging? What drove you in the direction home design?: I started blogging nearly two years ago. I honestly have no idea how I got here. I never felt like I was aware
Hello Pretty People! I just wanted to pop in and remind you the Ink-Bloom give away ends tomorrow at 10am. Now is your last chance to enter a kit to print your own fabric at home. We love this stuff so much! We are going to do another project very soon! So take two seconds and enter before it’s too late! Our blogging schedule will go back tom normal Monday! Have an amazing weekend!
As you have probably gathered by now, Joey and I are from a much warmer climate than New York. 80 degree days were the norm, and seasons tended to kind of do a mash up. Maybe a brisk two weeks would happen during Winter, or we would turn the air conditioning on extra cool for the Summers, but for the most part, temperature was constant. Now that we have a combined living of 17 years in New York, you would think we would be use to the seasons, but no. We aren’t. Not even close. One thing we have done