Ok, maybe I’m a PC gal after all. I’m having a blast getting to know my new computer and learning all sorts of fun things. My old PC skills are coming back, slowly but surely!
For some reason, my breakfast didn’t hold off my hunger at all (lack of peanut butter?), so I reheated some Winter Lentil Soup around 10:45 this morning. Hey, when you’re hungry, you’re hungry!
Once I snapped a few photos of my lunch, I had a little fun using Picasa.
I also had some dried apricots, almonds, and a mug of chia tea with my soup.
A little while later, I made a 3-Minute Oatmeal Raisin Cookie.
Dog Breed Jewelry Project
Here’s a great gift for the dog-lover in your life!
The Dog Breed Jewelry Project makes jewelry that represents different dog breeds. Each piece is based off the designer’s interpretation of the breed– based on size, color, and personality. As you probably know, no two are alike!
Now, you can wear your breed proudly (and beautifully), while supporting animal rescue efforts. (10% of the profits from each piece sold goes back to breed rescue organizations across the country.)
The Pug bracelet (below) is made of natural colored mother-of-pearl (fawn) and black agate beads with Swarovski crystal elements. It also has two styles of lead-safe antiqued silver pewter bead caps. The paw charm is also made of lead-safe antiqued silver-plated pewter. All bracelets are hand-made and may vary slightly within the breed. The bracelet measures 7 1/2 to 8 1/2 inches including a 1-inch extension chain. The paw charm is at the end of the extension chain.
Other breed-inspired bracelets:
There’s even more breeds on the Dog Breed Jewelry Project website.
Lots to do this afternoon! 😯