In Rainbows

comments: 75




Photo by the intrepid Josh "The Monkey" Montgomery, R.N. 


AWESOME! Both ways....

OMG TOO FUNNY!!!!!! Can you hear me laughing all the way from Baltimore???

Your hangers are gorgeous!!! I would hang them all around the house just to make me smile. And the rainbow picture is awesome. So funny! x

That picture is too funny! And the hangers are adorable, I think they may become one of those "go-to" presents.

No way... I could use a rainbow serving!
I love your blog.

I've always wanted to be able to shoot flames from my fingers, but belching rainbows wouldn't be bad either.

you are always so entertaining and inspiring :) xo Have a great weekend!

The hangers are gorgeous.. but I am sitting here, eating lunch and laughing at Andy's pic. That is awesome!

haha... awesome!

travelbug says: April 30, 2010 at 11:10 AM

So funny.........thanks for sharing!

You'll have to see where the pot of gold ends up!!

you know i love yours, but his wins, this time. happy weekend!

Wow...what an awesome raindbow picture!!!

I love that vintage green color on the flower & petals, and how the green hanger matches it so perfectly! All those color combinations are very pretty!!! Just like a rainbow! :)

Oh my goodness! I love the eating of the rainbow! I have got to have one of my kids try that sometime!

'nuff said. LOVE IT!

The collage behind the hangers - is that fabric or paper? It looks gorgeous hanging on the door!

I freaking love that second picture!

your hangers are so cute - i wish i knew how to make them!

Such a contrast between the feminine and the masculine! Love both!

Fab rainbow photo! X

talk about "taste the rainbow"!

this post is fab!

kimber long says: April 30, 2010 at 01:52 PM

Love your "Hers" picture. It's amazing how something so simple can make such a beautiful picture. You've definitely got a good eye.

as i was sayin'......x

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My name is Alicia Paulson
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