saturday sharing

I thought it might be fun to show you some things pinned on Pinerest.

This is a blue rabbit bowl made of porcelain, by the artist, Sue Tirrell



Miroco Machito.

This sunflower piece is by Miroco Machito.



by jimmy wright .

A sunflower pastel by Jimmy Wright.



Cranberry Almond Granola.  Vegan

And Lorrie Rasom pinned a cranberry almond granola recipe.



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nancy marie davis

Nancy Marie Davis illustration, photography, mixed media, and thought writing


  1. Still don’t know much about that pinterest deal. I think it hit whilst we were off-line for our 5 months. Anyway, that granola one made me think of your honey post which made me think of your granola recipe. Is that a public share deal? I mean, will you post photos and a recipe or shall I see about bribing it outta ya?


  2. Nice. :-) I find it funny when it seems like coffee tastes better in some cups then others. Maybe because of what the pot was made of. But I’d almost hate to drink out of such lovely cups. Nice, all the other art work as well!

    1. True for me as well. Different drinks really do taste different depending on the container or vessel. Is it not strange. Wine, i know can taste amazingly different depending on just the shape of the glass. And that being all from glass glasses. Does it not make you think…?

    1. One could even equate it to a pot luck dinner. A gathering where others bring what they like and others dip in and taste. Since i am a very visual individual, it brings something to the table that speaks in a language that i understand. It’s like meeting people that speak a familiar language. Like you say, a great place to start for exploring art and artists.

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