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Friday, October 31, 2008

Ledbetter Lunacy (Formerly Known as Family Life & Stuff)

Good morning (or afternoon, or night), my dear blog friends! I thought I'd change the Friday format up some, so instead of sharing family news and doings, henceforth (or until I get tired of it, or am called away by Hollywood), we will now have~~~~~shrill flute music & cymbal sounds here~~~~~


LEDBETTER LUNACY!


Without further ado, and for your reading enjoyment, awayyyy we go!













Be sure to check out Holly's FABULOUS "drawerings" here: http://www.junecleavernirvana.com/2008/10/tale-of-two-pumpkin-patches.html

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Believe I know these people. Looks like fun.
Oren

Kathryn Magendie said...

Laughing!!!

Lori said...

(sniff) I feel like I'm a better person now... (sniff)

Hilarious, Angie!

Terri Tiffany said...

OK--where do you all get these ideas??? LOL

Angie Ledbetter said...

You do, Oren, you do! (Feel free to contribute story ideas.)

LOL, Kat. I'm gonna have to do serious work on the formatting...maybe learn to scan instead of using a digital camera, but it's all fun.

Lori, you made me gargle my coffee!

Terri, check out June Cleaver Nirvana if you have time. Holly's illustrations inspired the idea, although hers are much better. :)

Janna Qualman said...

Very fun! And what a great idea!

Barbara said...

You are so creative!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ang said...

How funny! Can't wait to see more. Great idea.

Melissa Marsh said...

That is SO cool! There was a lot of hard work and love that went into this. :-)

Embee said...

OMG, thanks for the laugh. I'll be tuning in for the continuing adventures....

Angie Ledbetter said...

Thanks, Janna. It's great "therapy" like certain poetry forms. Try it!

Barbara & Ang, I appreciate that. I just wish I could draw better, but I guess chubby stick figures with funny hats works. :)

Melissa, whenever I get out the Sharpies, it's more like "play" than work. Kinda like the therapeutic value of chopping veggies you know will make something interesting, if not perfect.

Thanks, Embee! Hope it's readable. Maybe my "skills" will increase as I go. LOL. I'll drop by your blog again today.

Rachel Burton said...

Really fun! Are you going to run out of space on your refrigerator?

Small Footprints said...

Can't wait for the next episode! :) I'm hooked!

Thanks for the grins and giggles!

Have a wonderful weekend!

Small Footprints
http://reducefootprints.blogspot.com

GardenAuthor said...

Very funny! I cried 'til I laughed - no, wait that can't be right. Very creative, indeed. Maybe it's just me, but how about making the photos clickable, to be viewed in a larger version, for tired, old eyes like mine... couldn't quite make out the smallest printing.

I have to go now - my cheeks hurt from laughing and the munchkins will soon arrive for complimentary largess, in the form of fun-size candy bars. This castle wench must appease the castle guard dog with succulent morsels, before said munchkins doth arrive.

Happy Halloween! ..... Deb

giddymomof6 said...

HAHAHAHAHHA! Okay, so how cute is this? I LOVE IT! It's totally unique and halarious! Great idea.

Angie Ledbetter said...

Rachel, no room on the fridge with all the magnetic photos and such already up there. Guess I'll have to start a portfolio. :)

Thank YOU, Small.

Deb, glad you enjoyed. I'll have to fiddle around with the "presentation" and make it more readable. So much to learn...so little time & brain cells left.

Thanks, Giddy. (You can see why my kids love me sooo much!)

D... said...

Oh my! This so clever! So great! So fun!

colbymarshall said...

HAHAHA! I love it! So cool!

Angie Ledbetter said...

Thank you, D squared!

Colby, 'preciate it. Hope the next installment will be easier to read.

Mrs Parks said...

I love this!
I am SO happy to have found your blog :)

Note:
new favorite word, adieu.

texasholly said...

I am laughing. You are starting out the same way I did...taking pictures of the drawings. My husband had a COW (yes, a cow) when he found out I wasn't using the scanner. In my defense...I KNEW how to download photos. He held a little scanner IT lesson and now I am all fancy and scanning stuff.

Angie Ledbetter said...

Holly, you really are Tex-errific! My DH would have a cow too (or at least a deer) if he knew I was doing these with the digicam. I'm sure he'd drag me out to his office and make me use the scanner...but I gotta move s-l-o-w-l-y with anything of a technical nature. 'Course, I'll probably kick myself after I finally learn to use the scanner! THANK YOU! I aspire to git fancy too...soon as I get a round tuit. :)

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