"Let's get together, yeah, yeah, yeah!"
O.K.! A little late, but I'm in!!!
If you have found me at the end of the 1,000 people that entered the ONE WORLD ONE HEART postings,
I'm honored that you have persisted this far.
This is the first time I've participated in this wonderful adventure and, like many, sad it will be the last one. To read more about One World One Heart, please visit Lisa's blog here.
To view a list of participants, click here.
My name is Lynn and I live in Southern California, in what we like to refer to as the I.E. (Inland Empire), as compared to the O.C. (Orange County.)
Do not get these two mixed up. The O.C. gets a little ruffled if you do, and I can't say that I blame them.
I have a wonderful husband and a marriage built on faith over the last 25 years, and two of the best daughters anyone could ask for.
Add to the mix one slightly neurotic dog, and you have a whole lot of fun!
We love to be with friends and I will never pass up an opportunity for Starbucks.
Or the beach.
Never, never will I pass up an opportunity for the beach.
I have always had an artistic bent and have spent most of my life trying to see where it fits into my days. The last several years I have been diligently (intentionally) finding time to put art into my days and have fallen in love with:
altering mah jong tiles,
I love photography and someday will take a class to learn more about my camera!
And this year, learning to solder.
"Learning to"...two of the best words in the English language and two words that get me into more fun and trouble!
Two of my favorite posts are
Which I hope you enjoy.
Now for the most fun part- (besides meeting people all over the world)...
the give away!
Open to all active bloggers.....
Please leave a comment on this post and a way to contact you, should you win.
I will pick a name by FEBRUARY 17 to win.....
This sweet soldered necklace!
(I confess, I almost offered up the neurotic dog as well, but I think shipping would be a bit of a problem.)
A sweet stamp of a bird and the littlest bit of an old hymnal, with just a bit of bling at the end soldered and put onto 16" drop necklace of ball chain.
Best of luck to all who enter and I look forward to meeting all of you!