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Pumpkin
Staten Island Ferry
Orange Flowers
Guitar
it's friday? i am and happy to tell you about the paper crane project. sandy emailed us about her goal to make 1,000 paper cranes in all different types of paper, each with a different positive word, and placed in different locations for people to find. i know making the paper cranes is a huge undertaking, but 1,000 positive words - awesome! i love these kinds of projects and really hope we find one. but, this sunday is halloween, so we're more likely to find lots of pumpkins, candy and ghosts. have a boo-ti-ful weekend ;)!

xo, cindy

12 comments:

Line said...

it looks like a fun project... I love all that orange, happy hallowen in
N-Y!!

Jamie said...

Lovely photos! And what a great idea for a project.

Erika Lee Sears said...

Wow! !000 cranes does seem like a lot of work. I am sure since you are looking for a project one will come to you.

Happy Halloween! I already broke into the candy meant for the trick or treaters. :)

Krissy said...

sounds like a great project! I love that!
Hope you have a great halloween!
lovely pics :)

Erin Wallace said...

Have just found your blog and love it! Will be following.

xo Erin

Joyce said...

I can see you are headed in the right direction for a golden weekend! xo

SOFIA said...

wonderful blog))

My name is PJ. said...

Love the orange theme this week, Cindy.

The crane project is a HUGE undertaking. Kudos to Sandy.

Bella Sinclair said...

Wow, do I even KNOW 1000 different positive words? Hmm, something to ponder. Sounds like a great project.

And orange is my favorite color! Whoopeeeee! Have a blazingly wonderful weekend.

Len♥reNeverM♥re said...

Love that charming flower arrangement!

Lovely project!
admire origami crane & its symbolism.
Have a wonderful weekend Cindy!

xo

aimee said...

however did you snag that ferry photo? swoon!!

Megan Walker said...

*LOVE* your little pumpkin photo at the top! I shot a few myself this year too - I think they're just so cute and photogenic, especially close-up and with shadows involved! Once again, great minds think alike! Hehehe :)

xoxo