Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Frogger At Home
Whoops! Almost missed the weekly installment I promised. Here it goes!
Thursday, December 10, 2009
She's a daddy's girl,...what can I say? I failed to give a shout out to Momma B. who is doing a great job keeping up with the child. And she's recently become a huge fan of ribbons,...which is really cute to watch. Oh, my little fiber artist!
Posted by dragonlady at 6:03 AM
Their benefits are terrible and don't even think about a bonus, being in manufacturing in THIS economy,...
but I hear most get into it for the summers off.
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Monday, December 7, 2009
Okay, so I missed the actual deadline for this one, but I had this idea right away and wanted to see it through. Didn't get to it til this weekend.
I'm not sure I can convey how I feel when I listen to the right song,...but I honestly feel like I can dance like the kids on So You Think You Can Dance. I see it all in my head, the choreography is nuts.
Posted by dragonlady at 7:03 AM
Thursday, December 3, 2009
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
This is a comic that is a couple of years old, back when my hair was long, before I was a Mom, and when Ed and I actually went out to eat ALL THE TIME. We would go to this funny silver diner every weekend and have very deep meaningful conversations. So I did this comic (all 24 pages) during a 24-hour comic challenge. It was the last time I stayed up 24 hours until I was in labor. And I'm still convinced this one was WAY harder on the body. No drugs were used while making this one. AND there were guys playing Magic the Gathering all night long beside me. Do you know how many times I had to listen to Weird Al Yankovich's "White and Nerdy"?
FYI, Billy Bob's is a real place. Visit them sometime at Billy Bob's Silver Diner! Anyhoo, I'll dole these out in installments on a weekly basis. Please do enjoy.....
Posted by dragonlady at 1:33 PM
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
OMG,...I attempted Bakerella's cake pops for two-year old, Kaitlyn's birthday. Her father, Mark, took one look at them and marveled how you could possibly get a decent return at selling something so labor intensive. I then kindly asked him for $20.
What I failed to picture are all the impaled cat heads where the candy coating became so heavy, that the sticks ran through. My husband still thought they were good, despite being grotesque.
Posted by dragonlady at 10:22 AM