Thursday, December 29, 2011

New Years Resolutions( being me and reflecting)

     Well it is that time of year again when we all look back at the year that is over, and wonder what the year ahead will bring.

     We think about what we want to change to make this year one in which we treat ourselves better or how we can be more successful in every way imaginable.

     You know how it goes....."this year I will exercise more and eat less."  Or maybe " I promise to be more productive and not be afraid to learn new things", blah blah blah.

    There is certainly nothing wrong with wondering how to be a better person to yourself and others, however please remember to celebrate all the wonderful things you did do. All the terrific things that happened and the people you have had to share this last year.  I believe we forget to congratulate ourselves for being great people. Sure we have our faults, we are human after all, but you know what, it is quite all right to pat yourself on the back once in a while. It keeps you on the right track just as well as being hard on yourself can.

   So say "I am wonderful for all the times I made cookies for my friends and told them I loved them."  or  " I am a good friend for listening when my friend needed to bitch and or cry."  maybe try "I was really patient when my kids pushed my buttons most the time."  Go ahead try it.

    This New year as the ball drops grab that horn and blow it for your accomplishments this year and the many more you will have this coming Year!

                                                                  Happy New Year to you all!

Monday, December 19, 2011

Christmas Memories (Being me)

     As the advent calendar gets filled up and the holidays get closer I am reminded of the importance of the holiday. Sure I stress over the gifts like everyone else. And I probably go a little over my budget. But isn't that what it's all about? Heck no!

     It's about these people we call family and friends and spending warm moments to make memories. I spent the weekend with some of the greatest people I know at our Annual Christmas weekend party. We didn't go any where special and we didn't spend any money while there on unnecessary stuff. We drank, ate and were Merry just to be together. The kids played until they fell down and so did we.

     And that was what made me remember that in six days it will not be about the number of gifts under the tree or how fat the stockings are, it will be about the time and memories we choose to create for ourselves as well as our family and friends.
     So stop in between the cookie making, the gift wrapping, the cooking and cleaning and make sure you are doing it all for the joy of it. Family and friends don't actually care if the wrapping is perfect, or if the cookies may be a bit burnt in some spots, in fact it's probably a relief to see yours are just like theirs, lol. Sit and watch some holiday movies and drink hot cocoa with the kids. They really do want to just spend time with you anyway.
     Of course for others the holiday mean even more. To you it may be a time to reflect, to rejoice, to remember, to make magic or to simply relax. So what ever you love to do and what ever it means to you to celebrate this holiday, remember to not let it get away and to enjoy every moment of it!

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Being me (criticism and taking it perfectly, lol)


   During a heated discussion with my husband last night he told me I was unable to take criticism and accept when I was wrong. Not the best way to win said heated discussion, but after our discussion calmed and changed to a resolution those words sunk in and I thought about what he had said.

     Today actually was when I had a chance to really think about it. He wasn't trying to be mean or hurtful he was being honest and although I hated it, he was right (don't let it go to your head Bert). I realized that, well, not many people take criticism well and that it is a rare and difficult thing to accept when you are wrong. It is also very easy be the critic but not the recipient so be careful when you are said critic. It takes practice and honestly a real high level of confidence to do either.

      I realized also that I don't have that level of confidence and fight tooth and nail to justify all my actions and thoughts whether they are right, wrong or even indifferent simply because I want to be validated. I feel guilty when I mess up and fight even harder to justify it because of said guilt. I don't always feel confident in my choices and my worth in this life and I project that to others in ways I don't always realize hurts them. For this I am truly sorry and hope to change it even if to stop hurting myself by this behavior.  Please understand I am not sharing this to get a poor baby out of it, I just wanted to share this to help others who are feeling this way to. I am not looking for sympathy, just understanding ( validation thing again,ugh). Anyway.....

      It is hard to step outside of your own head and look back in, but I am trying and hoping to find the confidence that I deserve in myself.  I see it in others all the time, a friend who belittles her shape, talent or worth and it is easy to point out that they are wonderful but how to get them (and yourself) to see it and believe it is the trick. I am planning to try harder to love myself and let the stupid shit just roll off and learn from my mistakes, and accept them as such. I also want to get better at taking criticism, for how can one grow if not by taking the criticism.

     Trust me there is a never ending supply of critics and some are so  not worth your time to listen to, but others are and that is where you need to be confident in yourself. If you are, than you can either to throw them away as garbage or take them as knowledge for growth.

     May you love yourself as much as others do and learn to grow with grace, and if not give them hell instead, lol.

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Being me (thankful)

  I have so many things to be thankful for that really it is quite hard to list them all. I have such great friends and family that I wonder how I got so lucky. I am able to be an at home mom because of my husband and his great job. I don't have to worry about getting food on the table or if I can afford to by a new pair of pants for my son. I have an unbelievable set of people who support my creative efforts. I am getting to work more on my small business and helping it grow. I have a healthy family. I just can't even be more blessed.
   And so at this time of year I write down these things and remember how many people may have only some or even none of these things to be thankful for and it makes me feel somehow guilty and sad. But then I see them and realize that they are not angry at me or jealous of what I have. Quite the opposite they are happy and thankful for what they do have, not what they don't have and it makes me realize that, that is exactly what Thanksgiving and the coming holidays is really about. It is about being grateful and appreciating what you have, not what you don't have, or could have, or want to have. It isn't about what everyone else has or what the TV and media say you should have. It is a simple and pure magic that every small child knows and many who have little understand better than anyone, be thankful for what you have every day.

   Wealth comes in more ways than one. And for all the gifts in my life I am very grateful!
                                                  Happy Holidays!

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Being me (The perfect friend)

  When you are one year old it's the child who plays all by himself and doesn't take your toys if you turn around, these are very hard to find.  When you are two and three years old it is the other child willing to sit on the other side of the sea saw or the one who shares the slide and swings best, these are much easier to find. At four to six they may be the ones willing to share their snack and some of their toys without mom making them. It was so easy to find friends at this age and to accept almost anyone as a candidate and  a companion.

  As you go through middle and high school they become the kids you choose to hang out with and not necessarily the ones your parents choose. As a teenager they are the ones who feel just as out of place as you, once again really hard to find. And no matter how many friends you have or don't have you never quite feel like you have enough.

  Then even in your twenties and thirties you find that your friends rotate as your life changes. New ones come and go depending on whether you have children, get married, get divorced, go to school, get a new job or even move. Not much different than when you were a kid. Only now some of them never quite go away and they change with you and around you. There are very few of them and that is ok, and they each play a different role in your life. One is the person you can tell anything and know it will never go any further. One will go do Karaoke and dance with you and brings out your wild side. One is your best critic and supporter. One helps you keep your perspective and yet another helps you stay a bit wacky. All these friends are completely different and some you can take only in small doses. And guess what?! You are that same kind of friend to someone else. Because as a very good and dear friend once told me, each friend in your life is who they are and what you need for different reasons and that is what makes them perfect.

 So enjoy each friend for who they are and let them be the perfect friend by accepting them just as they are in your life.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Being me ( and The perfect Husband)

     I remember when I was a little girl imagining I was an Indian princess and I married a white frontier man that was brave and loving and of course hot. Then I tried on the prince image for a while and that seemed good too. Then  there was the rocker stage when I wanted the bad boy and finally the guy next door.
Well what I got was a man who is somewhat of all those things and none of them too. He is perfect and flawed and wonderful too. He is more than I ever imagined and my best friend. He is kinder to me than I am to myself and loves me (even if he doesn't always like me) just the way I am.

     I was very lucky to have a terrific home and parents who made it work and are still happily married. I am so blessed to have been able to experience a true love story, not only through them but in my own life. My mom and dad married after only three dates and just new it was right. Of course if I had pulled that they would have had me institutionalized. As it is I dated my wonderful husband for 4 years before getting married and we waited another 13 before we had Jake. Maybe they should have institutionalized me after all, lol.

     We have our tough times as well as our terrific times just like everyone and we try to be the best we can for one another. The one thing I think we have done that makes it work is to never take one another for granted. In a world of instant gratification and easy replacements you have to remember that money comes and goes as do some of the people in your life, but love can be for ever if you respect it as the gift and treasure it truly is.

     I love you Bert more than life itself! Thank you for being my friend, my biggest fan and my best critic and supporter.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Buzz Light year The final chapter

Jake loved the costume and has enjoyed the wings every day since Halloween and has also been wearing his jacket quite often. He and his good friend went out together and were a big hit. They looked great and enjoyed the first year of actual trick or treating.
I wish that I could have gotten the look of surprise and pure joy on both their faces when they went to the first house and someone put candy into their pumpkin buckets. It was priceless. It was a mixture of confusion and total excitement. I hope your all hallows eve was as enjoyable as ours.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Being Me (The perfect mom)

     I am not sure I ever thought being a parent would be easy, in fact the thought terrified me for a long time. Hence having Jake at 38 years old. And now I realize I was right to be terrified.

     Somehow my mom made it look so simple and easy, or maybe I just remember it differently since I was the child then and couldn't see the difference between laughing at something funny and laughing because you are having a nervous breakdown. Thank goodness for a child's innocent mind huh? Anyway she was and still is awesome. I actually thought as a grownup that the house should be clean and the laundry done and the dinner on the table because, well you were home and that was your job. That is how easy she made it look. I even recall thinking, why is so and so's house such a mess when she is home all day(can you say delusional!). By the way to so and so, I am an ass and I am so sorry.

     Now that I am the mom of a almost three year old I still marvel at how hard it is to be a parent. I am so lucky to be able to be at home with Jake just like my mom and my job like all parents does not end at 8pm when he goes to bed, and every day is a challenge. My house is not always clean and the laundry piles up and dinner is going to be ready some nights when you get leftovers out of the fridge.

     But I hope that I am growing with each challenge and even though I am certainly not perfect and I make loads of mistakes (and I have so much guilt when I do), I hope that Jake will grow to remember me now as I remember my mom at his age.

     I would like to dedicate this to all and every mom that has or is now going through this journey. You are the perfect mom even when you don't feel like it.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Amethyst and it's healing powers.

The Amethyst is one of my all time favorite stones and I new a little bit about it's healing properties but I decided to find out a bit more and share it with you. So if you love amethyst and wonder what draws you to it or if you are just curious about stones in general please enjoy this small look into the stone.
Amethyst Calms the mind, enhances mental activity and lends strength and will power to control passions and break undesirable habits 
Physical: Balances metabolism, stimulates tissue regeneration and increases the production of red corpuscles. May be used to treat disorders of blood sugar levels and lapses in the immune system. 
Emotional: Amplifies thought, increases intuition and integrates emotional, mental and spiritual bodies to function as a single unit.
For more information on stones and there meanings please visit

      It is the stone for the 7th Chakra or the crown chakra which is the spirituality, strength and passion center. I find this very interesting simply because when I was young my favorite color was red which almost the complete opposite on the chakra, but as an adult I am drawn to the balancing effect of amethyst. It makes me feel creative and at peace with myself as well as my work and that is why I chose it for my company color.
I also find that people are drawn to it no matter their personality. It is also one of my most popular stones among customers, even if they don't normally wear purple they are drawn to the pieces I make with amethyst. Amethyst is a wonderful stone to use for healing and well being. Go out and get a small piece and hang it around your neck or stick it in your pocket, or even put it on your desk. It sure can't hurt to give it a try.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Something new for Christmas

Primitive Star

Made a few new things for Christmas including a set of primitive star ornaments. Check them out at my Etsy store. Buy Three or more sets or items and get free shipping. Contact me through a conversation on Etsy for the coupon code.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Paint without Paint part 2

Just a small update on the last post. After the easel is all wet you can also go over it with the chalk and the colors are much more vibrant. Going back and forth between chalk and water also is fun for Jake and all I have to do is wipe the board after or leave it to see what is revealed after the water goes on over the chalk.
Also it is necessary to have a good chalk board ( not the cheap ones) because as a friend told me all the water made the board soft. Oops. Have fun everyone and happy painting.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Painting without paint

This may seem a little strange but I was amazed at the outcome of one frustrating afternoon. My son was being, well a terrible two year old and nothing seemed to interest him. So I thought ok, painting always makes him happy. I got out the plastic to cover the floor, the artist bib to protect his clothes and separated three colors into a mini muffin tin for him. He immediately poured all the colors into the small container of water meant for washing the brushes and never touched the paper on the easel, then asked for more paint and clean water, what?

     Ok, deep breathe later, I turned the easel around to the chalk board side and said why don't we draw with chalk, nope, not interested, but then an accident occurred. While I was cleaning up the brown water and empty paint tray, his brush that only had clean water on it touched the chalk board.
He played with the clean water and different paint brushes for over two hours, which is a record for this almost never stand still and do anything for more than ten minutes kid. He painted without paint over and over again as it dried each time and claimed a picture of a witch, a cat, a pumpkin, what ever he wanted it to be. I got into the action too and it was actually quite freeing.

     Who would have thought a project that is completely mess free could be so fun and enhancing. We have played paint without paint and imaginary art a few times since and it has been just as rewarding.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Buzz Light Year costume part 2

 Well here it is!!!!!
I began with white sweatshirt material for the hoody jacket and then hand colored and painted the hood and the badges. I used green knit for the vest and black knit for the pockets. I used a fun stitch to sew it and give it a look of metal seams. I also made some pants with white knit and green cuffs. Now to hide it until Halloween. I bought the wings and I will post pics of my son in it after halloween. Enjoy. If anyone is interested in the pattern for the jacket let me know. I have it saved.


Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Buzz Light Year costume

I am currently creating a Buzz light Year costume for my almost 3 year old because I couldn't find one that was a good quality and didn't cost an arm and a leg. I found Pajama's but none in his size and a sweatshirt on the Disney website that was out of my price range. And so I am making a sweatshirt he can wear again and a pair of knit pants he can use for pajamas also. It has been challenging to figure out how to get the patches ( having to hand draw them,eeek) and it has been fun to overcome these challenges. I will be posting photos when I finish which I hope will be some time this week or next so stay tuned.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Ramblings of an artist #1


         Yes I know you aren't suppose to look for validation through others praise and all that, but I must say that after having such a great week selling my artwork at the Hyannis Artist shanties that I am feeling pretty good right now.
       I was beginning to wonder if maybe I should just do art as a hobby and give up my hope of making a living at it. Considered selling everything I could at a flea market and at least make back the money I spent on the supplies.  Hey I am only human and after a long year of very little results who wouldn't start to wonder if they were doing the right thing.
     Anyway my week was very inspiring. Even when all the other artists were complaining about how their sales were either low or non existent, I was jumping up and down with joy (inside of course, I am not a complete ass) about how well I was doing. I was complimented on how different my things were so many times that I was giddy.
      Now don't get me wrong I can not retire on this weeks wages, but it defiantly gave me hope and helped me realize that maybe I have been barking up the wrong trees for sales and appreciation of my work.
 I guess all I am trying to share here is, don't give up on your own dreams, look for other avenues to share it. May you find the right path and may I continue on mine.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Hyannis Harbor Artist Shanties

     The Hyannis Artist Shanties. If you have never heard of them you are missing out on a small slice of the art created on the Cape. These little Shanties were introduced some years back and they are seasonal. They host a variety of artist throughout the spring into the late summer from May to October and they do a one night opening for the christmas stroll every year. Two of the Shanties are rotating and each week a new artist or artists come and display and sell their work, so there is always something new to see.

     I am one of those lucky artisans this week until the 16th of September. I have had a terrific time so far and will definitely try to get a slot for next season. The other artists have been wonderful and the response from the browsers and buyers has been fantastic. Not only do I get to have a permanent location that I don't have to break down every night but I have a fabulous view all day.

     If you come to Hyannis please make sure to visit this little jewel. There are a few great restaurants and there are harbor cruises and Hy-line Ferries to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard are right there. Just up the street is Main street and South street who also have many artists and great shops including the Sarah Holl studio and in the other direction is the Kennedy Memorial Beach.

You Tube Video

I created a portfolio video this week on youtube. If you have never done this I would definatley suggest it. It was so easy to use and it was free for a minute long video. I am so pleased with how it looks and will use it again. I hope you enjoy my video and give it a try yourself.

Friday, August 19, 2011

A blessed month

     I just wanted to share some of the great things that have been happening to me this month. One of my lines was picked up by The Little Beach Gallery in Hyannis, Mass. I also designed a completely new line made out of a recycled chandelier and vintage jewelry for Shift in Hyannis. Both these stores are so awesome and different. It was so much fun to work with both Jen and Amanda.

     I also did an interview for an on-line news paper called which was so very flattering and fun to do. And last but not least, I am going to be participating in the Hyannis Artist shanties next month from September 10th to the 16th. These are little shanties made into artist shops right on the harbor where the boats come in from the islands.

     I have had a very blessed month and am so grateful to all those who have helped me. I am hoping this is a start of something even more to come.

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Lemon yogurt blueberry cake

I made this sour cream inspired cake for a play date the other day and it was a hit with the moms and the kids alike. It has protein and fresh fruit so how bad can it be,lol. No really it is awesome and needs no frosting, a great dessert for any time of the year.

     I am sure that if you are so inclined you could use any fruit and maybe any flavor yogurt you want to change it up. It is super moist and everyone will ask for the recipe.


1 3/4 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup spreadable butter
1 1/2 cups sugar
1 teaspoon lemon juice
2 eggs
2 cups blueberries
1/2 cup Greek lemon yogurt (with zest- best is by Chobani)
1 Cup cold water

Preheat oven to 350

Grease and flour a 9 x 13" pan. Stir together flour, baking soda, and salt. In a mixer bowl beat butter about 30 seconds then add the sugar and beat  well. Now add the lemon juice and beat well. Add eggs one at a time beating 1 minute for each. Stir in the Chobani yogurt and beat for 30 seconds. Now add the dry ingredients alternately with the water mixing well in between. Turn into pan and bake for 30-35 minutes, until knife comes out clean. Cool and cut into squares. Serve with ice cold ice tea for a terrific summer treat or with hot tea in the fall and winter. You can not go wrong with it anytime of the day. We even had it for breakfast one lazy morning.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Over the Rainbow Treasury

Mini Crayon Roll with 5 Crayola Crayons - Bright and Beautiful Batik - Ideal EASTER BASKET FILLER, Party Favors, Thank You Gift, Purse Size, Diaper Bag Must Have
   Just wanted to share a new Treasury I made on Etsy so you could check out just some of the many talented moms that inspire me.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Peanut Free Granola Bars-Inspired by King Arthur Four

    These granola bars are fantastic and totally peanut free. My son who has a severe allergy to peanuts loves them and can help me choose what types of fruit we use.
     Make it different every time if you want. We have made straight blueberry, and tropical ones and have enjoyed them very much. Get the kids involved for a fun time.

1 2/3 cups quick rolled oats
1/3 cup whole wheat flour
1/4 cup wheat germ
1/4 cup flax seed
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
2 to 3 cup dry fruit(total of 10-15 ounces)
1/3 to 2/3 cup soy nut butter (optional, we didn't use salt when we used the soynut butter)
1 teaspoon vanilla
6 Tablespoons butter
1/2 cup honey or maple syrup
1 tablespoon water


Pre heat oven to 350 degrees
      Line an 8x8x2" pan  in one direction with wax paper so paper goes over the sides a bit
lightly grease paper and exposed pan or coat with nonstick spray.Stir all dry ingredients together including dry fruit.In separate bowl whisk together vanilla, melted butter, honey or syrup and water.

      Toss wet and dry ingredients together and add the nut butter if using it, until crumbly.
Spread mixture into the pan and press firmly with plastic wrap to get a good press and protect your hands.
Bake for 30-40 minutes until the edges are a bit browned. They will be soft until they set. Cool on a rack in the pan. remove once cooled and place in freezer for 30 minutes to completely set them and them cut with a serrated knife into personal size bars. Wrap individually and place in fridge in an air tight container. They can also be frozen.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Reverse image T-Shirt Painting Inspired by Disney's Family Fun, Kids Magazine

     I saw this project in the Disney's Family Fun, kids magazine and made it with my son.
     We simplified it by just using painters tape instead of a stencil cut from contact paper and it came out so neat I made one for myself using the puffy foam stickers.
      It is messy so prepare your area and yourself and child with covers. We wore plastic bags with holes cut for the arms and head and did it on the porch with more plastic and card board to protect the wood. You can also clean it up with soap and water.

List of supplies.....
Fabric paint
small spray bottle
painters tape or puffy stickers
white cotton shirt
Cardboard( to prevent bleed through)
Plastic to protect surfaces and yourself.

First place cardboard into shirt to prevent bleed through and then using painters tape or stickers make a fun design, remember this is where the paint will not be.
       In spray bottle mix one part fabric paint and two parts warm water and shake the heck out of it till it mixes well. I used a travel size bottle for 1 toddler shirt and one adult shirt. Now just spray away, It is ok to get heavy handed in some places and not in others, it makes for a more interesting look.
Let this dry a bit before you remove the tape and then hang it to dry. Then follow the paints directions for setting the paint. If you want to do the other side go for it!

Enjoy and get messy!

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Charm Bracelets made with my homemade chain stabilizer

    Here is an update from my last post on the charm bracelet hammock inspired by the Chain Sta Stabilization Solution.  I made a few new pieces with it and wanted to share them with you.  I made two copper bracelets.

This bracelet is made with 10mm puffy fish charms, 10mm double sided Abalone shell, and alternating colors of Swarovski crystals.

This bracelet is made with 15mm Starfish charms, 10mm turquoise magnesite and 8mm brown gold stone beads.

 I am very happy with the way they turned out, it made it so easy to do the placement and spacing. I am looking forward to having time to make a much more complicated piece soon.  

Monday, May 30, 2011

How to Make a Charm Bracelet Hammock (Inspired by Chain Sta Stabilization Solution)

I have seen these for sale from many jewelry suppliers but they always seem to flimsy for my needs, so I asked my very handy husband to help me come up with a design that was colapsable and easy to make, and of course as inexpensive as possible. I hope you like it. It has made it much easier for me to work with charms and bead placement as well giving me a portable work shop that I can virtually set up any where, including at my art shows. This brings lots of traffic to my booth and a way to open the communication to the customers. I Love it!

List of supplies you will need.....
1. A scrap piece of 1x6 atleast 12" long
2. 1/4" wing nuts(4)
3. Copper wire 20 gauge ( you can use heavy paper clips-2)
4. 1/4" thread rod 3ft long
5.  2 1/2" C clamps (2)
6. 1x1/4" washers (4)
7. 5/8x1/4" washers (4)
8. 220 grit sand paper
9. Small felt sticky back dots (optional)

You will also need a measuring tape, a pencil, speed square, hack saw, regular saw or power saw, 1" Fostner or spade bit, 1/4" drill bit and a drill press or hand drill. Keep the band-aids close to, just in case.

Cut 2 pieces of the wood to 5 1/2" to make squares. Then using square mark the center on both. 

Using the 1" drill bit drill half way through the wood making a counter sink. Then with the 1/4" drill bit go all the way through so you can thread the rod.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Time Management

     I have come to the point in my life when I seem to never have enough time to do all the things I want to and also all the things I have to do. I am certain I am not alone in this problem and that it is not a new issue that has occurred in this century.
In fact it seems to be that it has been a very popularly subject for many of books. The best part is that you can go on the internet, look in the local book store or even the library and find multitudes of information on how                to organize your time and get more of it.

     I have spent lots of evening reading and then making lists for every thing imaginable. I made a grocery list that is on my fridge so all I have to do is circle what I'm out of to make it more efficient, but I still manage to forget something. I have a calendar for all the house keeping things I have to do over the week and my child's activities and my own and still never seem to do any of it on the day listed. I make a memo every morning of what I want to accomplish that day and I actually almost get it all done, but never all of it completely.

     I have come to the realization that no matter how organized I try to be, I spend more time trying to get organized than I do actually accomplishing anything, lol. Also Life happens and so a calendar or list must be looked at as reference material or you will never go to sleep trying to check it all off.
I do use my lists and calendars, but I have come to look at them very differently as time has gone on and I feel less stressed about not getting them finished.

     So use them yes, but don't get all crazy about them, there are more important things to worry about other than the milk you forgot. Relax a bit and enjoy the things you can do. Happy Time Management :)

Wednesday, May 11, 2011