Monday, March 7, 2011

Hi Froggers! Wow, when they say bloghop, you all are HOPPIN'. There was lots of traffic on my site! I sure hope that you all were blessed and went away with some new craftin' ideas. I LOVE encouraging people!

So, I've been admiring all the subway art that's out there in Blogland. I absolutely love it, and I am thrilled with how it can be so personalized. Well, here's my latest project. I wanted to put something in my kitchen, so HubbyDoc and I thought about all of the creations we make. He is a good cook, and often cooks on the weekend. Boy, did I ever marry the right one!
Digression- speaking of marrying the right one...
On the first day of our honeymoon (I promise, this is rated G), we were getting ready to go to a lovely restaurant for dinner. HubbyDoc asked me kind-of a strange question. He asked what I was planning on wearing for dinner. Considering I hadn't really packed tons of clothing, I thought it was a little weird. Anyway, I told him I was wearing my purple dress (and if I'd wear that dress now, I'd be the laughing stock of the restaurant. I kind-of looked like Alex P. Keaton's sister). So, after I got dressed, HubbyDoc presented me with a little box. Inside was a pair of lovely purple amethyst earrings. Oh, my. BIG husband points! I was thrilled. Then the next guessed it. The same thing happened, only this time, I received a matching necklace, replete with fresh water pearls. Well, to make a long story short, he gave me a piece of jewelry on every day of our honeymoon. He had planned it and shopped for months. Then, when we arrived home, awaiting me was a mahogony jewelry box with my new initials engraved on it.  What a guy!
And, I've been thrilled with being married to him ever since. Don't get me wrong. It's not all been perfect (after all, we had 2 children to raise), but if I had to do it all over again, I SO would.

So, without further delay, here's the subway art.

I hope you all are having a FAB day. Stop in again, and as always, leave a comment if you like what you see!
Fondly, Tami