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Friday, March 16, 2007

stepping out

stepping out

feeling like this week just began, is over, and i missed all in between.

hoping for a weekend of r & r puncuated by a couple of bday parties...

and i just posted my first on sew green... {and a big thank you for the great outpouring of support to this endeavour!}

have a great weekend!

oh - and look what kristina just posted!

10 comments:

cindy said...

get some rest. i can't wait to read your post on sg. i'm going over there right now.
have a lovely weekend, tracy.

sally said...

Loved your post over at Sew Green. Can't wait to your "new" + "green" lawn.

Sam said...

Great post on Sew Green

melissa f. said...

have a lovely (not too) warm weekend. we'll try to scoot some of our impending rain your way.

hannah said...

i hope you find that r&r. loved your sew green post, really looking forward to seeing how things turn out. hey are those skinny jeans? i feel like i am in the market for some but cant seem to find any i like. go figure.

lisa s said...

oh yes LOVED the sew green! [we've been thinking about fake grass so the dogs have something to play on]

can't wait to see what happens w/ your project!

cally said...

where do the days go?...

I love how I just got back in touch with you and then one week later you are popping up on Sew Green. Your 1st post is great, so relevant and such a great way for people to make an enormous and comparatively instant impact. Well done.

I get freaked here in wet green Scotland buy the fact that everyone is concreting their gardens to put their 2 cars on. So sad to see.

I think I may do a post on my blog when I get back to full blogging. So there you go, you've even inspired someone with lots of rain - and believe me, it is WET and WINDY out there right now, snow tomorrow.

Hope you get the R7R you need.

tracy said...

hannah - yup skinny jeans a la boden. i love them.

lisa - fake grass? here it is can be disasterous as it holds so much heat (kids can't go barefoot on it) but with your milder climes you may do ok...

Carol said...

I LOVED reading your post over at Sew Green...so interesting. Makes me want to do the same here in Illinois.

I remember while living in LA how odd it was to see sprinklers EVERYWHERE and really strange asphalt grass and "Edward ScissorHand-like" sculpture! So. Cal has its' own natural beauty- why can't we just accept it?!

leslie said...

i read your post on having a green lawn. i have been obsessing over my own. thanks for giving me something to think about. and i definitely am jealous of your pool, i hate the heat! :0