“Don’t let yourself feel worthless; often through life you will really be at your worst when you seem to think best of yourself; and don’t worry about losing your ‘personality,’ as you persist in calling it; at fifteen you had the radiance of early morning, at twenty you will begin to have the melancholy brilliance of the moon, and when you are my age you will give out, as I do, the genial golden warmth of 4 P.M.” – F. Scott
Sorry for the delay in posting! I felt so guilty all day today. This week we have my neighbor Laura as well as my old friend Coral participating for the first time.
- Liesa sent me a shot of her and John at the State Fair in Sacramento with a gigantic golden bear.
- Laura says that when she saw the “Golden” prompt, she was reminded of her Europe trip last summer, as Europeans “can be extravagant and love the gold”. Isn’t that the truth! She put together a collage of a few public restroom signs (as well as a shot of some tasty looking beer). Apparently she was met with some strange looks while photographing the restroom doors, though!
- Mariel is back with yet another lovely visual – a quote from her friend Jason. She says, “I don’t remember what I said to him that made him so happy, but I definitely remember his response.”
- Coral sent me a photo she took of her Golden Retriever, Lodi, adventuring somewhere with Coral’s mom. What a sweetheart; he was one of my favorite dogs ever!
- Erin M is back this week with another unconventional yet really well-done project. “The premise my project is to take a box I found and reconstruct the whole thing in this gold cardstock board.” She hand-etched all the lettering on the gold cardstock herself!
Our next theme is called “Contrast”. What’s your take?
Deadline: Saturday, February 13th by the end of the day (feel free to e-mail me if you need a little more time). I’m moving next weekend and I know things will be crazy, hence the two-week period.
- Remember, there are no restrictions so don’t feel that you are required to use any particular material!
- Send your completed projects (and questions) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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