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Gina
Interests: children's books, reading in general, lost, extras, the food network, egon schiele, indian food, cooking gluten free, ursula hegi books, anything involving amy sedaris (she's hilarious!), sirius radio, really good coffee and tea, drawing, illustration blogs, scbwi, pattern design, anita shreve books, working on my 60's ranch, making marshmallows, amelie, cheezy audio books, painting with gouache, container gardening, the quiet of working from home, trips to the library
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Toggle Commented Feb 13, 2011 on Resolution Revolution at The Pineapple Diary
That's fantastic - congratulations!
I'm so glad this trip brought you so much fun AND opportunity. Good things, all coming your hard-earned way girl!
Toggle Commented Jun 17, 2010 on Vegas Baby! at My Weblog
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Congrats Ellen. I love this collection, really adorable gang!
Toggle Commented May 20, 2010 on Cool School at My Weblog
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Oscar's drawings are beautiful! Definitely frame-worthy. I have that same bag as my diaper bag and love it. I loved how blank it was but still haven't gotten around to jazzing it up. Oscar has inspired me! And Keds would look awesome with his Dot-a-dot style.
Toggle Commented Mar 26, 2010 on dot-a-dot at Wee Wonderfuls
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Benny! He's adorable Roz. Lovely spread.
Toggle Commented Mar 19, 2010 on Benny at Rozzie Land
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Mar 15, 2010
Excellent post Roz. I especially like being reminded about the stepping stones in our career.
Toggle Commented Mar 9, 2010 on Taking Inspiration From The Oscars at Rozzie Land
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Your Ghoul Bus book is in there too Jannie! It's just upside-down. :)
Toggle Commented Feb 16, 2010 on Where do books come from? at The Pineapple Diary
Thanks everyone! And YES, that bookcase is bolted to the studs - no toppling. I think those IKEA flatfiles are genius. There are 2 in my office. I only wish the drawers locked now that I have a toddler. I may create a strap with velcro around the whole thing, but really the whole office is very precarious for a child. I had to restrain myself with color and I'm so glad I did. The white lets the art and photos pop, while keeping it neutral and soothing. My favorite things are those photo frames with hankie mats. I may have to return to Brimfield this year to get more!
Toggle Commented Feb 10, 2010 on The Studio at The Pineapple Diary
Congratulations! It's a stunning book, and you've waited so ling for it's release. I can't wait to own this and see your beautiful paintings up close.
I'd love to think that how this has played out so publicly scares those companies that think they can get away with copyright infringement!
Toggle Commented Jan 15, 2010 on Rip-off Rugs! at My Weblog
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That looks heavenly Rozzie. Not just to use, but to get me out of so many massages for the hubby. ;)
Toggle Commented Nov 17, 2009 on Christmas Wish List at Rozzie Land
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Gorgeous babes, lovely dreamy photos as always - a joy to see things through your eyes. :)
Congratulations, I can't wait to get your turtle book and read it with my son. Check out Lotta Jansdotter's simple sewing for baby - I have the barest sewing skills and I've created lots of fun things with ease.
I just noticed how nice this piece looks with my blog's new fall color scheme, bonus!
Toggle Commented Oct 3, 2009 on Welcome Baby, finally! at The Pineapple Diary
Haha - glad you saw this Jannie. He really does like your book. Kid-approved! It's fun to read aloud too.
Toggle Commented Aug 28, 2009 on What are you reading? at The Pineapple Diary
Yes. Much like her skin, onion-head girl's skirt is a little transparent. ;)
Toggle Commented Aug 28, 2009 on 20 days later... at The Pineapple Diary
Ann Marie - I have that book as well. I should check it out again sometime! Thanks ladies, I think he's pretty cute too. It's amazing how quickly they grow and learn. I do hope he's a lifelong reader like his mama. He has his first bookshelf in his room and everything. :)
Toggle Commented Aug 27, 2009 on What are you reading? at The Pineapple Diary
I've had shoulder tendonitis for about 10 years now. Ever since a short assignment with long hours of bad body mechanics at a computer. It comes and goes, chiropractor and fancy treatments help but it will always be there I think. Lugging a 20lb baby around has brought it back (duh). Good advice from all about stretching. Make sure your desk setup is good. Try putting stretching posters on the wall in front of you as a reminder. If I can find mine I'll email them to you (I know, I should have them up on my wall too - never put them back when I switched studios). If you tolerate aleve, that's helped me in a pinch for short stints. Good luck with your deadlines (and pain!).
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2009 on Shoulder Pain at Rozzie Land
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stats didn't load. tried it multiple times on different platforms. hmmm. didn't really explore all the new bells/whistles, just know that the one thing i use most often (stats) wasn't working...
Toggle Commented Jul 23, 2009 on Tell us why you are switching back at Switching Back
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Peaceful and beautiful wee one. Congrats again. Poor Isabelle - I'm sure she'll get on board soon enough with the little guy (and sharing mama's attention).
Toggle Commented Jun 25, 2009 on Baby Moon at Annie Patterson Art and Illustration
Welcome to the world little Ian! Congratulations mama, what a beautiful baby. Safe traveling and happy days ahead for you all. :)
Toggle Commented Jun 11, 2009 on It's a Boy!! at Annie Patterson Art and Illustration
Gorgeous cards - the paper texture came through in your pictures, really lush!
Toggle Commented Feb 11, 2009 on New Products at My Weblog
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Love these - esp. the squirrels!!! I think I know that Y - how fantastic for your kids. Good luck surviving vacation week.
Toggle Commented Feb 11, 2009 on New Cards at My Weblog
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