Posts tagged art
MY MEMORY WAS JOGGED YESTERDAY BY THIS IMAGE. Yesterday my creative friend Erin shared a photo she took of a young couple near some graffiti. She captured the perfect combination of fun and personality in the shot. That reminded me of a trend which is spreading across Pinterest right now – photography using sidewalk chalk. A few months ago I followed a Pinterest link to the Modern Parents Messy More >
MY LATEST ARTICLE ON THE SAVVY SOURCE WAS PUBLISHED TODAY. I’ve been waiting anxiously for this publishing date because I had some fun exploring the High and the possibilities for fun within it’s white walls. So often museums are considered a boring option for family fun…at least that’s how the first impression occurs. Don’t believe me? Try saying the words “amusement park”, “movies”, and More >
IT’S RARE TO GET AN OUTING WITH ‘JUST MOM’ WHEN YOU ARE THE THIRD CHILD. Last Thursday I took Grace to see The Dragon King puppet show at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center presented by Tanglewood Marionettes. Each summer, for the past 14 years, Roswell’s “Puppet Lady” has brought first class productions to that facility for all to enjoy at a reasonable rate. Normally when I say puppet show, More >
AND THE STORY OF THE EXPLORATION WE DID IN DOWNTOWN ATLANTA ON FRIDAY CONTINUES… I ended the last post talking about how my kids were enamored with an exhibit setup in a gallery at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. You’d think we would have been disappointed since the museum technically closed it’s doors at 5:00 pm on Friday. We got there just in time to renew our membership and do some More >
EXPLORING DOWNTOWN ATLANTA WITH NO AGENDA TURNED INTO A WONDERFUL FRIDAY AFTERNOON FOR OUR FAMILY. Friday was a wandering day. School is out for summer, we had errands to do, and Mr. Mundane Magic wanted to show us the building where he would start his new job on Tuesday following the holiday weekend.
After we got new eyeglasses for Dave and Jordan we decided to park our car at the Sandy Springs More >