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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Foreign Lands by Robert Louis Stevenson



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9 comments:

barrellfullofmonkeys said...

Oh, yeah Camille!! What a great job!

Kathy D.

jubilee said...

Beautiful job! Very well done! Keep up the good work.

jubilee and co.

Jennifer said...

Good job!!!

Anonymous said...

So sweet! Way to go!

Jana in AZ

TolleLegeAcademy said...

GREAT job, Camille!!!! Thank you for sharing your recitation with us.
:-)

Darcy @ LWM3B said...

Excellent job, Ms. Camille! All your hard work paid off. :)

That was a long one!

Jimmie said...

Sorry, I didn't listen. My Firefox browser doesn't like YouTube for some reason. :-( A real pain.

Anway, I'm popping over from Barb's blog. She says you have a makeover. And wow is it pretty. I have no idea what it looked like before, but this is so gorgeous! Wonderful job!

~yolanda said...

What a wonderful makeover. I see Darcy has been busy! :) It looks lovely and seems to capture your personality and life.

Jessica said...

I'm unsure how to address this, while I did contact Darcy to redesign our blog, she handed it back over to me because I had a vision of what I wanted. So our blog design was helped by Darcy but I was the one who put it all together, which is why Darcy does not have our blog listed as a client and there is no tag on our blog stating that it was designed by Darcy.

Darcy did provide the template code that I used and a one or two of the graphic images.

I believe that Darcy is very talented and has done amazing work, which is why I contacted her in the first place to redesign our blog, but in our unique circumstance- I was the designer of this project, the personal touches are mine.

It's hard to explain, but if you were an artist but wanted a portrait of yourself done but wasn't sure you could paint yourself accurately, you'd contact another artist whom you trusted.

Then in the process, you find that you will not be satisfied by another artist interpretation and you come to a mutual agreement to take the project over and while you have gained your confidence to do the project yourself, the other artist has helped you in discovering that. :) I don't know how else to say it...

I utterly and completely endorse Graphically Designing and Darcy for blog design and makeovers.

Jessica