So here I am, back at the drawing board. Trying to think think think. In my pajamas. Not having combed my hair. No make-up. No ... oh, who am I kidding? This is my usual attire and look.
No brilliant ideas. I pulled out Middle Dude's Christmas gift. My much-more-talented-than-I sister-in-law drew me a beautiful heart (artistry is also not one of my talents). I tried to get my dog to cooperate and put his nose on the table next to my art. But he wouldn't cooperate. So I threw my "art" under the table with him and tried to take that picture, but it was too dark. Fail.
Then I begged my mother-in-law for cookie cutters. And created this image, which I then threw in front of kiddos enjoying hot chocolate.
It's aw-right, I guess. Nothing to write home about. But time is running out. I call it good, and we hit the looooong road home.
Guess what we hit on the second day of our trek home? Snow. But I'd already finished my project, so I wasn't thinking in IHF terms. On the 3rd day, we arrived at Zion National Park. My beloved Big Dude pulls over and tells me to follow him.
See why I love him?:
Boo-yah! -- the pictures I'm thrilled to send in to commemorate my affection for I Heart Faces. Thanks for an amazing first year, Amy & Angie!!! I've enjoyed every minute of being even a small part of your wonderful community! I can't wait to see what 2010 holds in store!
Click above to go see truly brilliant, clever and creative images all celebrating I Heart Faces' one year anniversary.
Now, for the requisite verbiage ... “I am submitting this photo into the I Heart Faces logo photo contest. By entering, I am granting I Heart Faces LLC permission to consider my photo for use in the marketing and promotion of this website.”