Monday, August 30, 2010
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Sunday, August 29, 2010
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Tuesday night I attended Caleb's open house at
school. He is always so proud to show off his rooms, his
desk and this year his locker.
He can't wait to introduce you to his teachers and to show
you what he has already done his first week of school.
This was the picture he drew and the question sheet
On the question sheet it asked his favorite subject...he replied
Math. When asked what he wanted to learn the most in school
this year...he replied Math. When he asked what question he
wanted to ask the teacher this year...he replied what 12x13
is! I love it....course Nana's favorite subject was NOT MATH!
And here is his clean locker.
Wonder how long this will look like this......
Posted by Pam Jackson at 3:32 PM
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Posted by Pam Jackson at 6:26 PM
Sunday, August 22, 2010
Last night I had so much fun going out with one of my
oldest and dearest friends to help her celebrate her
50th (oops...I meant 40th) birthday.
Thanks Julie for the invite to join you and
your other friends to enjoy this night out
on the town to bring in your special day.
Julie and I
Julie and I met.....oh so many years ago.
We were in the 7th grade, around 12 years old or
so. Both of us being bused from our neighborhood
schools to an older, crowded school. Julie loves to
tell the story of how we became friends and yes,
she was telling it again last night.
In this school we attended together the crowds were
so thick when changing classes that you hoped your
next class was in the direction that the crowds moved in.....
and there were fights almost everytime you stepped out
of the door.
Julie being meek and mild she says she looked around
for about a week to find someone that she could hang
that was a tad big tougher then her. She picked me!
Decided after watching that I was one person that
would not allow anyone to mess with me.
And the friendship began.....38 years ago.
Last night, Julie's hubby treated her to a girls night
out on the town along with a limo and a driver for
the night......oh my gosh, so much fun. Eleven women
in a limo headed to downtown Nashville for the night.
shot of the inside of the limo
We started our night with dinner at Ru Sam's.
and this was part of my dinner...soup and salad
and my chicken teriyaki. Yes, it was as good as it looks.
This is a shot of Laurie (Julie's sister), Julie and I.
Sorry also on another note. I am not posting pics of the ladies
Posted by Pam Jackson at 8:51 AM
Posted by Pam Jackson at 8:41 AM
Pulling from some old shots. Took these
by in November, actually on Thanksgiving Eve.
My nephew and I took our cameras to
downtown Nashville on one of the coldest
days of the year, after dark to photograph.
These are some I came up with.
Posted by Pam Jackson at 8:16 AM
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Monday night I decided that I needed to make
a pair of earrings and necklace in red to match my
red shirt that I planned to wear the next day....
This is what I turned out.
Love the earring drops but just was not really liking the
necklace after I wore it on Tuesday.
So I played around with it a little more.
Like this one so much better.
Then tonight I wanted to work on another project.
I had stopped in at Hobby Lobby earlier and got a pair
of flip flops. Regular price $2.99, but wearable art was
marked at 50% off. Then I got these strips of things that
were marked $3.99 and being that it was also considered
wearable art, I got it for $2.00.
For $3.00 I have a cute pair of flip flops to finish
off the summer in ......
Posted by Pam Jackson at 6:56 PM
Monday, August 16, 2010
I really dislike wearing coats in the winter time but
you need something so I will wear a jacket and
usually a scarf to keep the cold from going
down the back.
I have a fav jacket that is warm but I needed
a matching scarf. So I went through my yarn
and came up with this....
Worked on it for several hours and this is where I got....
Posted by Pam Jackson at 2:27 PM