Saturday, August 1, 2020

Project Obliteration

The dog days of summer are brutal here in the South, and sweat runs in rivers before you have taken three steps. Alas, we must push onward. There is much to be done. Unfortunately, I again failed to take before pictures, so my description shall have to suffice.


This has been an eyesore for years with overgrown vines covering fallen sticks and hiding rocks from past flower gardens. The vines were mostly obliterated with the weed eater and out of control bushes were given a dramatic makeover. It's not finished, but at least it is not the embarrassing mess it was.

Project Obliteration shall continue until all the vines have been...well obliterated.

Garden update: We have gotten a number of shishitos from our one plant. The poblano has several peppers, as well as the bells. One tomato plant has some green tomatoes on it. The other, I think, is too chewed off to bloom. Maybe I can get some carrots planted for fall. Right now it is too stinking hot for tender plants to survive.

Sunday, July 26, 2020

I'm okay and so are you!

It is a beautiful Sunday morning. 
Let this little red leaf remind you that it's okay to be different.
 Be yourself and enjoy your day!

Saturday, July 25, 2020

The Sky Aglow

Never waste any amount of time doing anything important when there is a sunset outside that you should be sitting under! C. JoyBell C.


Original Photo of Roses to Rainbows: St. Pete, FL 2018
It would be a shame to let such beauty go to waste, and as you can see, we did not. This was our view over the Gulf of Mexico a few years ago. My advice, when you see a beautiful sunset, is to drop what you're doing and go enjoy it.

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

What's In Store At DesignRGenes

Hello everyone,

I thought since I had announced my new store on Society6 called DesignRGenes few weeks ago, I would share a random sampling of the types of new products I have. Everything is cheerful and colorful and there are many items available in all-over-print which I am pretty excited about.

You will see below a folding camp stool. When I was a kid, we had several of these, but I don't remember what we really used them for. However, it was our habit on summer evenings when Daddy was home to sit out in the yard after dinner. One evening I decided that we should all sit on the stools, and I carefully placed them side by side, nearly touching, in the yard. Mom took a look at that arrangement and kindly informed me that we all could not sit like that. We opted for our usual lawn chairs and sat in comfort.

Green Stuff Fanny PackFlames of Fall Backpack
Green and Yellow Swirls in acrylic Folding StoolGreen and Gold Abstract Art Print
In the Jungle Throw PillowBlue Swirls in Acrylic All Over Graphic Tee
I would be delighted if you would drop by and check out DesignRGenes. As with Rosie B. Designs on Zazzle, I don't set the prices, and there are frequently sales. As of the date of this post, there is 30% off  "all things wall". The virtual door is always open, so feel free to browse around any time you like.

Thursday, July 9, 2020

A New Venture!

Greetings everyone!

Back in November 2018, I opened Rosie B. Designs on Zazzle. Now I have opened a second store on Society6, which is similar in some ways and different in others. On Zazzle I match the design with the product, meaning that I create one specific product at a time with one design. On Society6, I upload a design and can then enable it on any product that it fits on (dimension wise). Like Zazzle, not every design works on every product and the means to the end is different.

While some designs will be ones already on Rosie B. Designs, many will not. There are a lot of things to take into consideration which I won't bore you with here but are issues one must deal with.

Anyway, while it is still in it's infancy and a work in progress, I would be pleased if any of y'all who stop by here would check it out. You can find my store at DesignRGenes. Thanks for your support!

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