Monday, October 6, 2008

An Award and a Pumpkin Update~

After the week I had, I don't really deserve an award, but sweet Jacquelynne gave me one anyway!

Thanks so much for thinking of me! Now I need to pass it along to blogs I think are "kreativ":

1. Artful Creations

2. Village Folk Art

3. Donna's Art

4. Tadpoles and Teacups

There are so many talented people in blogland, those who enjoy all types of art; sculpture, writings, paintings, sewing, music, mixed media. Each uses their talents and preferred medium.
What I find "kreativ", ok, the English minor in me really has to spell it correctly.
What I find "creative" about each of these ladies is that they can pick up a paint brush, dip it in paint, apply it to a surface and each will create something beautiful, yet completely different from one another, but unique to them. With every art form, we each have our own distinct style, yet may use the same mediums. For me, that is what makes "kreating" so fun......oh! "creating"!

An update on the pumpkin patch progress~

We had lots of rain this weekend, and I snapped a few photos in between rain clouds. Some of the larger pumpkins are turning orange ever so slightly.


Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

Thanks, Suzanne!
I am honored. :)


Bebe said...

Hi Suzanne!
You do too deserve that award, girl!! Your blog is beautiful and I love the folk art feel of it. I'm just adoring that Thanksgiving painting you did ~ you've captured the mood perfectly and whimsically!

Those pumpkins are really coming along nicely ~ it just puts me in a fall mood! Hope you have a good week!
Lots of Hugs, Bebe :)

SweetAnnee said...

Oh I LOVE the pumpkin patch..the leaves are even awesome..
Congrats on the award.
you are a dear sweet angel..

Patti said...

Congratulations on your award! Your pumpkins look great! So glad that they are growing and that you have more than one!

Blessings, Patti

Manuela said...

Congratulations! Your pumpkin patch is amazing. I'm going to try again next year.


Jacquelynne said...

Pumpkins are coming along nicely! I kind of like them the way they are right now, orange and green and funky!

Lana said...

Congratulations on the award Suzanne!

Hope the pumpkins are ready for Halloween, but then again, at least in time for a pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving day!

Cassie said...

Congrats on the award! I do hope your week goes well and your pumpkins are looking good. I'm with you on wanting a studio. I suppose I should be greatful for the small wall of cupboards I have in our back office, but I would LOVE a real studio.

Ruth Welter said...

Hi Suzanne,

Thank you so much for the beautiful award. I think you are one of the most creative bloggers out there so....right back at ya'.

Wow, you have your own pumpkin patch?? How wonderful!!! Are they hard to grow??


Village Folk Art said...

Hi Suzanne,
I am so proud & honored to receive this award ;-), especially from such a gifted artist who so well deserved this award too.
~Thanks for your kindness...

Your Pumpkin patch is exciting.
Sadly, this year we opted to NOT plant our Jack-Be-Littles, and I am sooo regretting it. I won't make the same mistake next year. Perhaps, we can then compare our crops?

Hope your day is Enjoyable with much Peace & Blessings,