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I met my friend, Chelsy, for lunch today. Those of you who work at the Eagle should remember Chelsy. She was our production commercial graphic artist. She is now working for The Golf Warehouse. Here is the cover she designed for their latest catalog.And here is a Nike insert with Tiger Woods that she designed for the center of the catalog: She told me she originally designed this one with another picture of Tiger to the left, faded behind the copy. When she sent it off for approval, she found out that Tiger doesn't allow any print to cover his face, so she had to remove that picture. I guess some celebrities have specific ideas on using their photos in advertising.

Anyway, had a good visit with Chelsy. She loves her new job. We talked about little Zoey, who is now almost 19 months old. She sounds like a very independent little girl. I intended to take a picture of me and Chelsy, and even had my camera with me, but we were so busy gabbing I forgot!

Corby fixed some yummy stew for dinner last night, so we had leftovers tonight. He ended up snoozing in his recliner this evening, and used a comforter that we brought home from Charles' house. I washed it last night, and he put it in the dryer to warm it up a bit, and then covered himself up. Muffin gave him about 5 seconds to get covered up, and then made her presence known.Music of the day: CHRISTMAS MUSIC! Been listening to B-98FM, who play nothing but Christmas music between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Today's quote: "As a mother, my job is to take care of the possible and trust God with the impossible." -- Ruth Bell Graham


Cowgirl said…
i REALLY needed that quote today.
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