Rush Ranch – Eastern Oregon
Listening to: My brain melting……..
It’s hot – But there are so many other things to be thankful for, so I shall pass through this weather and give praise for what I have. The well is being redone, so fresh water is on the way soon.
When I drive through the valley to get to the city – about 15 miles away, I am always amazed by the beauty of each divergent field. And I want to photograph EVERY SINGLE ONE, because they each have their own beauty. The photo below is of a field owned by our neighbor, and he is growing seed for Canola Oil. Look at this bounty!
So the next time you are in the baking aisle at your local grocery store, remember that the Canola Oil is made from fields of beautiful yellow flowers. Those are the Blue Mountains, in the background.
I am working on getting a promotion to a “level 3” designer, and one of the ways I can earn the points to do that, is to have my blog readers visit the Pixelscrapper website, from my blog. So if it is not too inconvenient, could I impose upon you to click on over and take a look at the site? It’s free. Downloads are free. And there are lots of forums, challenges, and tutorials to make your scrapping even more enjoyable. By the way, being a designer in the Pixelscrapper “Commons” is not a paid position, so I am not compensated in any way by directing you to the site. Well, except points to enable progressing through the various levels of a designer.
One of the small kits I have loaded up on The Commons, is called “Hopes and Dreams”. It uses the black and pink palette, which was a new thing for me. You can find everything I have uploaded there just by clicking on my user name “Sunny Faith Rush”. As of today I have uploaded about 200 designs. There are more talented designers than I that are posting their designs, so you may find a new designer that specifically appeals to your own sense of design.
I have not put a download link here for this particular mini, in hopes that you will be ok with this rare request to visit the website, from this blog. Please feel free to leave me feedback on how this works for you. Thank you –
Blessings to you,