I take a ton of pictures, not just of my children, but also for the blog. I’ve been in the process of setting up a home photography studio in the basement for the past few months. (My post here about how to set up a home studio on a budget has been hugely popular!). I had ordered a number of vinyl photography backdrops from China ...
one year and a half later:I've come to terms with the fact that I CAN'T "be like everyone else" when it comes to eating and drinking what I want, when I want. I'll have to do my own thing for the rest of my life, but I'm actually okay with that.
Several weeks ago, nine other bloggers and myself decided to take on a challenge. Buy crates from Michael's and create something with them. I decided on a DIY bench, which ultimately ended up as a cheerful addition to our front porch... I purchased the crates from Michael's and the wood I'd need from Lowe's (the exact plan and dimensions are in my blog post). Then, I set about staining the boards and legs and
Beautiful Self-Portraits by a 17-Year-Old (20 photos)
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Joel Robison Migration Last week I moved away from my hometown and in a couple more weeks I'll be settled into my new home in the U.K. It was a bit hard to stand in "my" field and remember all the photos and memories made there. I wrote a blog post on why I love my town and how hard it was to say goodbye to my little corner of the world. joelrobison.com/index.php/lovelettertocranbrook/