I’ve been busy…really busy. While I’ve been busy taking on the vendor sales world, dabbling in waiting tables, and, as always, being Mommy; I’m still working on my internet
Okay, I’m not really working that much on the website.
Fortunately, my brilliant daughter Sara has stepped in using her super-power of web-design and innovation. Hunnedo.com has taken on a new look and feel. While many of the original elements remain, Sara has pushed it to the next level.
I am very pleased and excited to see this new trajectory, I hope you will too!
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Ritu from But I Smile Anyway invited me to participate in this challenge.
Five Photos, Five Stories. Like most challenges, it isn’t without rules, or better said, a loose set of guidelines:
- Post a photo each day for five consecutive days
- Attach a story to the photo. It can be fiction or non-fiction, a poem or simply a short paragraph – it’s entirely up to you.
- At the end of each day, nominate one other blogger to take part
For my Day Five nomination, I’m going to nominate jin okubu for my last nomination. Go get ’em Jin
Day Five: Sara’s Easter Egg
I can’t remember when it all began. My daughter Sara has turned dying Easter Eggs into her own artistic endeavor. Every year, it seems, the eggs are more lovely than the last. If you would like to know more about this, in Sara’s own words, head on over to hunnedo.com and check it out.