Let's Celebrate together with a trip down memory lane, some Free and discounted art, great reading, plus recipes, and some reviews from you, thank you, if you would be so kind.
Kathryn (Ryn) at 25, 1971, and feeling so in love and proud of Reg and her first born child and their new baby. The photos are faded, but not our treasured memories of the great joy of becoming parents, and now grandparents.
Best friends and adventurers. Our secret of a lasting marriage: "Respect! Don't try to change each other. We followed our shared dreams.
Kathryn (Ryn) at twenty-one. Something borrowed, my sister's wedding dress. Something old, my mother's embroidered handkerchief. Something new, the pearl headdress I bought in a Melbourne bridal store.
Something blue, the garter my treasured friend and maid of honour gave me.
Almost Fifty-years on from this photo being taken, I had a bright idea...
I would surprise my man when he stepped into the garden on our fiftieth wedding anniversary with golden balloons decorating all the studio garden arches. So romantic!
What was I thinking? I usually accuse my husband of forgetting his age.
I'd forgotten I'm not as young as I was, and I couldn't have easily blown up ten large balloons back then either
These days I'm wanting to save my spare breath for speaking into a microphone, as I do thevoice-overs on the tutorial videos I'm creating.
Oh, gosh, I enjoyed creating the art tutorial of the Palaenopsis Orchid.
Below is the venue we booked for a small family event, our 50th Wedding Anniversary celebration.
It is a private room beneath a Dutch Style windmill.
Maybe I can ask each guest to blow up one of the balloons.
Happy creativity, everyone. May you also have wonderful moments to celebrate in your life.