you know what's freaky?
as in....freaky freaky?
last night and right now, when i went into my "edit posts" . . . it was empty.
but my blog, i still see every bit of my blog. when i've clicked "view blog".
just not...in "edit posts".
anyone ever had this before?
and what's the surest way of backing up a blog, including how/where/what the pictures are?
well. in the couple minutes since then, i pushed one button on my blog "show all" and they appeared.
what on earth. i'm so thankful they're all there. but how a button command could be still in affect after being in my dashboard and ex-ing out and going back in, i don't understand.
the super long, super loud thunder.
this one was so fun to do.
it just kind of sprung out of me.
sometimes this is how i keep the quote before my eyes.
other times, it's like this: ^^
that night i got paint on a key. somehow. thankfully, it didn't go down the cracks, and i cleaned it easily. ah! freaky.
i have this one listed on my etsy shop right now.
and as i type this at around 9pm on sunday, mother's day night . . . i'm sipping my second cup of vanilla-almond tea with vanilla honey, and thinking of the fact that i've been fitting so much into each post.
and sometimes i really want to change that up.
i like just typing and typing and uploading, uploading, uploading pictures from the day.
it's just kind of what i've grown into doing.
but i know this very foggy, vague concept at the moment: i want to do something different.
oh, and here's an interesting article on proverbs 31: in search of the ideal proverbs 31 single man.
i kinda loved it.
[this last paragraph of ramble is from a couple weeks ago. just had to put that out there.]
in other news, how horrible is it that my sis, rachel, loves to make ice cream? reallyreally vanilla ice cream, from scratch and everything? with lovely good-quality home-grown eggs from a friend, and whole milk?
i hope it's not our downfall. because boy, is it good. i only wish i could share.
my brain freeze face.
in more interesting, less humorous news, i painted the canvas of wildflowers the other day....the one commissioned, er, requested, by the new owner of that little restaurant up town. :) it closed on the 14th of april because the former owners got tired...and now a new lady has it. i can't wait to see what she changes.
. . . just a note, though; i have to put a few more brushstrokes on it and make more visible, thinner stems for some of the flowers. anna, in her logical anna-ness, told me last night that she saw them as floating flowers. :P
need to amend that.
[ahhhh! i can't wait to write an updated post on this ^^ subject! :) :) :)]
i'll leave you with a beautiful song by brooke fraser.