Actually, it gave me quite the laugh! It's nice when others help you laugh at yourself-breaks up that tension at the back of the neck. The truth is that I have always loved squirrels, and they me. When I lived in Virginia, I had squirrels coming at me from every direction! I fed them and they would all wait in the front yard for me to get home and then mob me when I got out of the car! I also had Blue Jays that would scout for them by sitting up at the front of our neighborhood then fly in front of my car leading the way back home, screeching at the top of their little lungs. Yes, just call me Cinderella! I have photos of my little menagerie. Maybe I should share them? I'll have to dig them out of those old photos books that have never been digitized.
Here is the challenge layout that I did for Jessica Sprague's Spraground:
Cutest Kids In The Whole Wide World (Spraground Challenge using Meredith Fenwick) Papers: Meredith Fenwick - Polka, blue, green, and pink (recolored); Alpha: Meredith Fenwick Transparent (love them!); Puzzle tray title: Maya's Digital Elements @ Scrapbook Graphics; Font: Angelina, downloaded from Internet; Software: Photoshop CS3We were required to use some papers and elements that the wonderful Meredith Fenwick donated for the project which included the papers you see and those wonderful clear alpha. Since I was showcasing her designs I made the layout simple. Those are my four grandchildren in August 2000.
Any way, I hope y'all are all having a wonderful Sunday and if you have the time you might want to check out a memorial to my Uncle Wilber that has been posted on You Tube by my Cousin Kent and his wife Deanie; it last about 6 minutes.