Re arranging things. Thinking about moving my portfolio to Love a Latte and turning this back into a general blog.
My Jagger dog. He’s grown up quite a bit from the little green boy of past photos! This was a birthday weekend of sorts, since he turned 2 on April 15th. Hard to believe! So excited to see how he does in the show ring.
Poseidon is my boy. I love this dog, seriously. If I wasn’t dedicated to my Samoyeds I would totally steal him from Donna. And she knows it. I could post so many more photos, but these are the best.
Today is Tarvaris Jackson’s 31st birthday. Two years younger than me and already a world champ. Despite my feeling a bit old ( ) I decided to make him something. Posted it to Twitter, though don’t know if he will see it.
Photo credit: Google images
Program used: Photoshop CS3
Techniques: A combination of filters after cleaning up the image and blurring the background a bit.
Khalessi’s registered name is certainly appropriate! She is a young Siberian Husky female and full of spirit and enthusiasm. I had a lot of fun photographing her–although I am glad that she was on leash! I look forward to seeing her grow up and mature into a lovely dog.
Only my Seahawks could get me on Twitter. *sigh* But the good news is that everyone was re-vamping their profile page (or at least, those who were moving). And there was a point where Kam Chancellor was posting every morning. I would go to his Twitter page and it would bug me because he had no header and some lame little picture for a background.
So, I made a header for him. He’s using it—though I don’t know how much of a choice I gave him–so go me.
We Day Seattle will bring together 15,000 young people to celebrate the power of youth to create positive change in their local and global communities. You can’t buy a ticket to We Day – you earn it through service. We Act is a comprehensive service learning program that supports schools and youth groups in taking tangible action to make a difference in the world. Groups take on one local and one global action and report back to Free The Children to earn their way to We Day. In turn, schools and groups get tools and resources to make their We Act commitments come to life. More than an event, We Day celebrates a movement of young people leading change through We Act.
Jagger was not impressed by the leash lessons…and decided to take over.
Keyla was the youngest and littlest and ONLY girl with three older brothers.