Friday, March 2, 2012

T.G.I.F. - Random Stuff

Kansas weather has been all over the place this week. Below is a photo from a tornado that hit Tuesday evening just miles from our town. Nearly half the little town of Harveyville was destroyed, and one person died when his house collapsed on him. In this economy it is difficult for little towns like this to recover.

Wednesday and Thursday were nice and sunny, and today it's snowing. Yes, snowing! I'm guessing the weather forecasters in Kansas are getting a run for their money this week.

A view from my house.

Are you up for a challenge? Join the Fusion Beads 30 Day Bead Challenge. Follow the link for details and to print off a calendar for daily challenges. Don't feel pressured to do them all, this is just a fun way to keep you creating and to share your creations on the Fusion Beads Facebook page.

And last but not least, tomorrow is Lori Anderson's 5th Bead Soup Blog Party! This is my first time to participate and I'm looking forward to the party tomorrow. Stop back by so you can enjoy the party and see what all the talented artists made.

Bead Soup Blog Party


TesoriTrovati said...

Stay safe Miss Alice! I have been thinking of you!
I am informally working through the FusionBeads challenges. I made pieces with left over beads yesterday (even though that is today) and I am planning to make earrings tonight (even though that was yesterdays) in prep for a little set up tomorrow at a ladies event. Can't wait to see what you do for the Bead Soup. That is always a great hop!
Enjoy the day.

Deserae said...

Rain,snow,tornadoes and all in one week...yep it's definietly Kansas!!! LOL
Have a great weekend :o)

Cillaw said...

Wow that photo of the house almost looks like a set on a movie. I don't remember tornadoes in March. Crazy!

Lori Bowring Michaud said...

Your soup and pieces all scream SUMMER (I can't wait - we had 14 inches of snow on Thursday and it's done nothing but rain since yesterday afternoon - blech)! Wonderful! I really like the necklace with the Jade Scott kite, so whimsical!