Thursday, January 17, 2008

Staying Sharp

Staying Sharp

Just whatever it takes.
(I have not eaten that whole bag.)
(Not in one sitting anyway.)

21 comments:

  1. Anonymous11:00 AM

    Anna, love your chocolate lollipop fabrics that Aunt Lynn showed us. Dad always said you would be famous someday. What a thrill to run in to some of you designs in stores that mom and I could purchase.
    miss you.
    Meghan:)

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  2. HA! This reminds me of an old post of mine:

    http://blog.betzwhite.com/2007/06/author-review.html

    hang in there!

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  3. Haha! The only thing that's missing from that picture is caffeine of some sort.

    I'm fairly certain I could live on Diet Dr. Pepper alone.

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  4. You haven't even finished the bag... get to work!!
    Joni

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  5. Ha! You mean like this?

    http://flickr.com/photos/22554961@N00/286304502/in/photostream/

    That was the last one, but I'm right back there again on #2. Thanks to you and Betz today, I'm feeling a little less lonely in the manuscript-chocolate connection!

    Keep on keeping on!

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  6. Amanda, and Betz, I have to say that I have a shameless amount of photos that involve candy yet do not involve children or holidays.
    At least your photos involve the review of the finished book! I am dangling on the final threads of this and still find a way to procrastinate with candy/writing pictures!
    back 2 it!
    xoxoAM

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  7. Hi Anna, I am working on a bag of jellie bellie that looks much the same. Only the coffee flavors are left, but my pattern writing is coming along, slowly!

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  8. this just made me smile...
    i hope today brings you lots of goodness as you work and work!

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  9. best energy food for artist there is! wishing you a creative day!

    teresa
    xo

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  10. I don't think it is possible to finish a project without chocolate. Absolutely impossible.

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  11. We won't even talk about the box of chocolates I've been doling out to myself since Christmas. (or the ones of my husband's and my daughter's I may have been snitching from) And I don't even have a book deadline as an excuse!

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  12. Candy is everywhere today!! I think you need a cheerleader... GO Anna Maria!!! You can do it... okay, I was never a cheerleader but I am enthusiastic for you!

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  13. yum yum. it sounds like you are keeping everything together - i love the skirt photo!!

    xo
    jen

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  14. I work the same way... but with Milk Chocolate Nestle chips direct from the baking isle. Keep up the work, I cannot wait to see/make the projects in your book! ~jen~

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  15. Oooh I just can't wait for your book! Your fabrics are so lovely and I know the book will be full of the beautiful styling you always bring to the table. Why does it have to be so far off??? lol.

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  16. You have a lot more self-control than I do. I love white chocolate. My excuse is, I'm going to eat it anyway, so I better eat it all now. haha. Whatever it takes.

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  17. I know the feeling of reaching for sweets - especially about 3pm!! I have been reading your blog for awhile - Love it and your fabric! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. oouuwww, are those Guittard white choc. chips? They are the best!!! I have tried them all and a blindfold could not keep me from knowing the difference!

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  19. DRATS, now I know why I keep getting in to the M&M's; every time I come to see it there are any new comments for you, I see that candy and want some of my own! Oh, how I should have sent it home with you after Christmas!
    Mom

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