Pick Up Sticks Jewelry Co. Charm Necklace – Not All Those Who Wander

Pick Up Sticks Jewelry Co. Charm Necklace – Not All Those Who Wander

  • Created by Pick Up Sticks Jewelry Co.
  • Handmade in New Mexico
  • Charm approx. 1 X 1 1/4″ rectangle
  • Chain is 18″ in length

Inspiring Words to take through life, this delightful charm has a message to share. Every charm from Pick Up Sticks Jewelry Co. tells a personal story, whether based on the lives of the artists Sabrina and Glena or the women who inspire them. Each charm is vintage inspired artwork framed behind glass and encased in pewter. Whatever makes life unique – Sabrina and Glena hope to help the wearer feel a personal connection to each piece by capturing “photographic memories” in their designs.

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Photo #49: Susan with tarot cards
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This picture is #49 in my 100 Strangers project. Find out more about the project and see pictures taken by other photographers in the 100 Strangers group www.flickr.com/groups/100strangers/pool/ or at www.100Strangers.com .

At the Leapin Lizard craft show yesterday afternoon, Susan walked up to me with tarot cards and asked me to pick one – I picked “The Moon”.

Susan is a mixed media artist who works with fabrics – her blog is at artquiltssusanpi.blogspot.com/ . She is retired from banking, so we had a brief conversation about what is going on the the banks and the economy.

Later this picture became part of a detective story, when she realized she had lost one of her turquoise earrings and asked to see if it was in the photo. It wasn’t, so she knew she’d lost it earlier, probably when changing a scarf or coat. I hope she found it.

Susan, thanks for letting me take your picture!

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o.d.m. Women’s DD99B-78C Mysterious V Series Black and Purple Programmable Digital Watch Reviews

o.d.m. Women’s DD99B-78C Mysterious V Series Black and Purple Programmable Digital Watch

  • Quality and precise Japanese-quartz movement with analog-display
  • Durable acrylic crystal
  • 12 and 24 hr display functions , hypo-allergenic watch
  • Auto EL-Backlight for easy readability
  • Water-resistant to 99 feet (30 M)

Make a statement with the eye-catching Women’s Mysterious V Series Black and Purple Programmable Digital Watch from trendy designer o.d.m. This dynamic timepiece features a stylishly contoured, black silicon strap that is seamlessly integrated with the case, unifying the refined look of this bangle-style watch. The purple, rectangular dial offers a digital display that shifts from time to date with a simple shake of the wrist, and a handy EL backlight allows for easy nighttime viewing. With a sc

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NFL Street

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Part asphalt, all attitude, and a whole lot of fun, NFL Street takes the pigskin back to the playground for a game with so much showboating, you’d think it was designed by Chad Johnson. It’s old school, down and dirty 7-on-7 football where every player plays both sides of the ball, and it’s up to you if you want to play superstars like Michael Vick at his natural quarterback spot, run him out wide for a pass, or line him up at safety. Created by Madden developer Tiburon, the game features 200 ch

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Pick Up Sticks Jewelry Co. Charm Necklace – Make It Part of Your Dance

Pick Up Sticks Jewelry Co. Charm Necklace – Make It Part of Your Dance

  • Created by Pick Up Sticks Jewelry Co.
  • Handmade in New Mexico
  • Charm approx. 3/4″ X 1″
  • Chain is 18″ in length

Inspiring Words to take through life, this delightful charm has a message to share. Every charm from Pick Up Sticks Jewelry Co. tells a personal story, whether based on the lives of the artists Sabrina and Glena or the women who inspire them. Each charm is vintage inspired artwork framed behind glass and encased in pewter. Whatever makes life unique – Sabrina and Glena hope to help the wearer feel a personal connection to each piece by capturing “photographic memories” in their designs.

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Necklace made of various aluminum cans, and 1 red pull tab. The charms are backed in EVA foam and the necklace is light as a feather.

This is just about my fav thing made this year. I have ADD and it sums up what my brain deals with every day. I named it "Bing" after those new TV search engine commercials …I absolutely love that ad campaign about our 21st century society and information overload. It doesn’t take much to over load me…but I have had nearly 53 years of practice now.

I pick up aluminum cans off the streets, and out of trash bins, bring home and wash throughly. Then I create something of value with them.
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This giant bookmark for our giant book of prints, a bit of a joke to make our folder look like a giant book, since all our neighbours were selling books, an we, oddly were selling big prints off of a table.

The scarf was retrieved the previous night from the street, where it had just fallen from a drunk Swiss soccer fan on his way home from watching the nation’s team play in the World Cup. He was too drunk to be aware of a whole bunch of people calling after him that he dropped his scarf. Only slightly tipsy from an evening out in Basel, Mickie then picks it up and adorns it himself!

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@ Graffiti Warehouse photographers/graffiti artists meet up- there were so many strobes going off, that my camera randomly picked up whatever light flashed around. Like the effect! This is SOOC (straight out of camera) with only a border added.

@ Graffiti Warehouse fotografen/graffiti kunstenaars open dag- er gingen zoveel studio flitsen tegelijk af, dat mijn camera oppikte wat er maar aan licht rond vloog. Best een leuk effect! Dit is direct uit de camera, met alleen maar een randje erom heen gemaakt.

Paul Klee print framed
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Paul Klee is one of Missy’s favorite artists. She picked up this print at the Art Institute of Chicago a couple years ago. We tried a matte matching every color in this print. We were originally hoping for a green or orange, but I think the blue is just the right accent. The frame is a little darker than a brushed copper. This is hanging on in our upstairs hallway, outside the bathroom.

My Newest Purchase
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I went to the Peninsula Fine Art Center after church today I picked up this piece from an artist Named Angela Fowler from Florida. She paints on wood she finds washed up on the beach. This was painted wit oils in 1997.

I thought it would look nice under my Octagon Window.

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Soldiers strike gold, two silvers at U.S. National Taekwondo Championships 090713
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PHOTO CAPTION: U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program martial artist 2nd Lt. Steven Ostrander kicks New Jersey’s Jonathan Lee in the face during his 12-1 semifinal victory en route to his third career crown in the heavyweight division of the U.S. National Taekwondo Championships July 5 at the Austin Convention Center in Texas. (Photo by Tim Hipps, FMWRC Public Affairs)

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Soldiers strike gold, two silvers at U.S. National Taekwondo Championships 090713

By Tim Hipps
FMWRC Public Affairs

AUSTIN, Texas – Second Lt. Steven Ostrander struck gold, and Sgts. William Rider and Louis Davis won silver medals at the 2009 U.S. National Taekwondo Championships on July 5.

Ostrander, a U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program martial artist from San Antonio, celebrated a homecoming of sorts by winning his third national crown before family and friends at the Austin Convention Center.

Ostrander’s mother, father, nephew and two best friends since first grade witnessed his dominating performance on the national stage.

“My friends had never seen me fight, and my parents had not seen me fight live, both of them together, since 2001,” Ostrander said. “I’ve been fighting all over the place and it’s hard to get out and see me, so being here in Austin was really a treat.”

Ostrander, however, wished one other person could have attended the tournament: 1st Lt. Amanda Ostrander, his wife, who is deployed at Camp Liberty, Iraq.

“I’m going to e-mail her as soon as I get back to my hotel room,” said Ostrander, a 2004 graduate of Texas A&M University who has a formal wedding scheduled for December, when Amanda returns from deployment. “She completely supports me and wishes she could have been here. I’m always telling my friends that this is what I do for my job, so I wanted to put on a good performance for them and just take care of business.”

Ostrander got busy in his first heavyweight match, a 12-1 victory over Jonathan Lee of New Jersey. He capped the conquest with a spin-hook kick that dropped Lee, who took a standing eight-count during the waning seconds of the bout.

“I knew that he was going to come hard,” said Ostrander, a 6-foot-2, 224-pounder. “I felt that he was coming and just went ahead and spun. In 2006, I had a knockout with a spin-hook kick. I thought I might have caught him, too, but he was a big guy and it just wasn’t hard enough.”

Ostrander received three points for the head shot and one more for the standing eight in the sport that awards three points for a kick to the head, two points for a back kick or turning behind jump kick, and one point for a regular single kick or a punch that creates tremble and shock. About 90 percent of the scoring is kick-oriented.

Tae means “to strike with the feet.” Kwon means “destroying with the hand or the fist.” Do means “way” or “method.” Taekwondo is believed to be one of the oldest Oriental arts of unarmed self-defense. In ancient times, the Korean people were forced to fight to protect or regain their independence from the Chinese, the Scytho-Siberians of Central Asia, the Mongol Hordes, the Marauders, and the armies of Japan.

“This is not a gentlemen’s sport,” understated Army WCAP Taekwondo coach David Bartlett, a four-time national champion and two-time Team USA member, who is serving as an assistant coach for the 2009-10 U.S. National Team.

Ostrander’s semifinal opponent defaulted because of injury.

“I was actually kind of disappointed about that,” Ostrander said. “Normally, my first match is my toughest because of first-fight jitters, getting warmed up, and making sure everything is ready. My second fight is usually one of my better fights, and I get stronger as the day goes on. Going into the finals, the other guy had a fight (in the semis) so he was still warm, but I had to go to the back and take care of myself. Because I was feeling really good today, I wanted to keep that up, especially with my family and friends here to see me fight.”

Ostrander did not let them down. He prevailed 14-1 over Mehdi Dehghani of Virginia in the finals.

“I came out with a job to do and the national team coach was sitting on the sidelines watching,” Ostrander said. “This year was the year to make a statement. I didn’t get picked for the Pan Am Team last September, and we went through a trial camp, just like we’re going to in January. Me and coach Bartlett talked about it earlier this week, and said, ‘Hey, this is the opportunity to make that statement so that there is no choice when that camp comes around – that their mind is made up before, saying, ‘Hey, this is the guy that we want on the team.’

“It was a challenge for myself. Going for my third national championship, I can’t go back from here, I can only go forward. Not only did I have the pressure of winning, but repeating. That’s sometimes the hardest thing to do. The first guy only scored one point, and my goal was to keep the next guy to one or less. That’s one of my strengths – to shut someone down.”

A three-time NCAA champion for the Aggies, Ostrander won senior men’s national titles in 2002 and 2008. He also won a silver medal in the 2002 Collegiate World Championships at the University of California, Berkeley. In 2005, he served as captain for the Collegiate National Team that competed in Izmir, Turkey, where he lost his first match by one point in overtime to an Iranian.

Ostrander, 26, joined the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program in August of 2006.

“WCAP gives me the opportunity to have no other worries except for training,” he said. “I want to thank the men and women who are deployed. I was thinking about that, too – being here and being able to represent them and do well for them.

“I was talking to Amanda the other day and all the people over there would love to be in our position – love to have the ability to do what we do. Just to be allowed to live the life that I want to and do what I love to do, it’s just amazing. I couldn’t ask for better support from my teammates, my coach and everybody within the program and out of the program. It’s overwhelming sometimes.

“I know that I wouldn’t have done what I did today without the help of my teammates.”

Bartlett said he “couldn’t ask for more” from Ostrander.

“He’s kind of like a teddy bear,” Bartlett said. “He doesn’t have the most intimidating look. He doesn’t have a loud and exciting personality. But when he gets out there, he knows how to flip the switch. He’s a competitor and he’s a monster. He wants to win. He wants to show everybody that they may think one thing, but he’s going to be the guy to get it done.

“He was perfect.”

Rider, a WCAP martial artist from Orangeburg, S.C., lost 5-3 in the featherweight finale to 17-year-old Jaysen Ishida of Hawaii. The score was tied at 3 in the second of three 2-minute periods, but Ishida tallied one more point in both the second and third.

“It was a good match against a tough opponent; I just didn’t dominate like I should have,” said Rider, who has competed in five national championships. “I should have drawn his shots out a little more. I felt confident going into and throughout the match. In the third round, I kind of let it get away from me and I had to play catch-up.

“I’m very disappointed – 365 days until my next chance.”

In his quarterfinal match, Rider rallied from a 5-2 deficit after two periods to defeat Colorado’s Jacob Amerman in sudden-death overtime. Rider pulled into an 8-8 tie with a kick that dropped Amerman in the waning seconds of the third period.

“I’ve trained with him before,” Rider said. “Even though I was down on points, I just had to stick to coach and mine’s plan – not look for the big shot, hit him on points to the body, and stay confident.”

In the semifinals, Rider broke a 5-5 tie by knocking out Californian Cory King with a powerful kick to the ribs with 1 minute, 3 seconds remaining in the second round.

“In my 25 years of Taekwondo, I think that’s the second time I’ve ever seen a body shot knockout, and the first from a roundhouse kick,” Bartlett said. “I have to give thanks to the strength and conditioning program of Master Sgt. Mike Mielke.”

“It was good for my first time in the medal rounds to get a knockout to get through the semis and into the final,” Rider said. “At this point, I just have to get my body healthy, get ready for the camp, and make the World Cup Team.”

“There’s a mental toughness that comes with being a national champion,” Bartlett said. “That’s where we fell short. Now the athlete has to live with that for another year. It’s a high-tension match. The superstar likes to compete in the final round – likes the spotlight. I think right now, today was a little too much for him to deal with.”

Davis, 38, of Fort Lewis, Wash., banged up his right foot, right knee and tore tendons in his left thumb before losing 3-2 to Georgia’s Curtis Barnett in the finals of the welterweight division. Competing in his eighth national championship tournament, Davis said he blocked out the pain until his day was done.

“I didn’t feel a darn thing until after the (final) match was over,” said Davis, who injured his thumb during a semifinal victory over Darrell Rydholm, a former member of WCAP. “I just chalked it up as ‘bang, I got hit.’”

The goal for Davis, a 2005 national champion, was to win another gold medal before deploying to Iraq in October.

“I did my best to follow coach’s instructions to the letter, but there is more I can do,” Davis said. “In the final, I made errors that I should not have made. I was better than the other guy, however, I just made one too many errors. I got impatient.

“I won’t make any excuses. I need to work more. There are a few things I need to tighten up. I’m too good at this sport to be dropped down by simple mistakes.”

Davis, a native of Chicago reared in Minneapolis, Minn., said this tournament was personal.

“This fight was for my 2-year-old daughter, Cecelia,” he said. “I’m hoping that she will follow in my footsteps if her mother and I don’t bump heads too much. My wife is a good woman. Even though we have our differences, she’s still been very supportive of me in this sport.”

The personal nature of Davis’ fight was multi-dimensional.

“The truth of the matter, the other part is these guys,” he said. “Fighting side-by-side with these Soldiers, that’s a great honor. Our battlefield is that mat. We’re representing every Soldier – able-bodied, wounded, people who have gone out and paid the price – that’s what we do.

“The warrior ethos is applied to the fullest in this sport. The whole thing: always place the mission first. I will never accept defeat. I will never quit. I will never leave a fallen comrade. That’s us. We comprise all of that in this game.

“We get banged up – so what? We’re still staying in.”

Even at age 38, Davis refuses to quit.

“There are other things I need to accomplish before I can walk away from this,” he said. “I tried to take 2008 off to see how retirement felt, and it drove me crazy.

“This has been one of the best years this team has had,” added Davis, who first competed at nationals in 1997. “We came together as a team on such short notice and we went out there and took care of business, period.”

Bartlett seconded that sentiment.

“We train hard,” he said. “We train to win. No excuses. Somebody’s going to get their hand raised, and why not us? Two-thousand-twelve may seem like a long time, but to make that team, you’ve got to start now.

“We’re a lot closer today than we were yesterday.”

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…continued from preceding photo: How I create…I do not plan out nor draw out anything. I just pick up my scissors and start cutting. I never have a concept or idea in mind. I stare at the box and quickly "see" something in my head. I embellish with whatever I have around house or studio….see next photo…

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But even more, I need to feel excited and joyful, whatever the circumstances. That’s where the really important effort takes place – and the really valuable rewards. Frustration and anger drag us down into people we don’t want to be, into selves we certainly have no desire to actualize.
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You Only Live Twice or so it seems, One life for yourself and one for your dreams. You drift through the years and life seems tame, Till one dream appears and love is its name.
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You Only Live Twice or so it seems,
One life for yourself and one for your dreams.
You drift through the years and life seems tame,
Till one dream appears and love is its name.

And love is a stranger who’ll beckon you on,
Don’t think of the danger or the stranger is gone.

This dream is for you, so pay the price.
Make one dream come true, you only live twice.

And love is a stranger who’ll beckon you on,
Don’t think of the danger or the stranger is gone.

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Music video by Drowning Pool performing Bodies (Video).

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I got a little frustrated with my husband recently. It wasn’t a big deal. He did something that annoyed me and I over-reacted. But, in the midst of our aggravation, we don’t always maintain perspective. So when the phone rang, I quickly picked it up and gave him a piece of my mind.

Only I hadn’t checked the caller ID on my cell phone. And it wasn’t him. I had just leashed my sarcastic tirade on a new acquaintance! Luckily it was a bad connection and the caller hadn’t heard my rant (at least she said she didn’t) but I was bright red from embarrassment.

And the lesson hit home loud and clear – always check to see whose calling before answering the phone!

In processing how much more embarrassed I would have been had she heard my actual words, I had to ask myself the obvious question. Why do I care more about what a relative stranger thinks of me than I do about my husband?

Clearly I had my priorities backwards. If I was going to lose my temper with anyone (not a behavior I’m advocating), it would be better to do so with a stranger or a mere acquaintance than with my life’s partner.

And over what did I react so strongly? Without humiliating myself further with the petty details, let’s just say that it was something trivial, something so minor in the grand (and even small) scheme of things that many would say it didn’t even merit a reaction at all (I’m blaming it on the jet lag and exhaustion).

But I’m actually grateful – not for my bad behavior but for the relatively painless wake-up call. It brought me back to reality. It gave me perspective. It refocused me on more appropriate behavior.

It’s too easy to take our close relationships for granted, not to be careful enough because, after all, he’s “stuck with me.” Or he’s the convenient recipient of my frustration just because he’s there or because I feel so comfortable I’ve let down my guard.

But I don’t want my husband to feel stuck with me! I want him to be excited and joyful about our relationship. And that’s what I need to communicate – no matter how I feel at any particular moment.

But even more, I need to feel excited and joyful, whatever the circumstances. That’s where the really important effort takes place – and the really valuable rewards. Frustration and anger drag us down into people we don’t want to be, into selves we certainly have no desire to actualize.

For relationships that are precious to us, we need to be on our guard against these dangers. There’s too much at stake not to answer the phone – and every other situation – with a smile and a cheery hello. And to mean it.
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“Bing Necklace 2″ made of Recycled Aluminum Cans ~ 1 of 2 photos
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I used at least 3 different found cans in this one.
Beer, energy drink, and diet cola.

I pick up aluminum cans off the streets, and out of trash bins, bring home and wash throughly. Then I create something of value with them.

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Mingle Media TV and Kristyn Burtt were invited to cover the announcement of the Season 4 winner of Radio Disney’s "N.B.T." (Next Big Thing) following performances by the the first runner up, Zack Montana and winner, Shealeigh. Following the winner announcement, Atlantic Records recording artist Cody Simpson took the stage singing his hit songs including "Not Just You" and "On My Mind." Radio Disney’s on-air personality Jake Whetter hosted the concert featuring special appearances by stars of the hit Disney Channel series "Shake It Up" Bella Thorne and Zendaya. Additional appearances included model and up-and-coming actress Alli Simpson, and pop singer Pia Mia.

About "N.B.T." (Next BIG Thing) is a daily multiplatform series that puts the spotlight on aspiring young recording artists and provides them with the chance to showcase their music across national broadcast and online platforms. Over the course of 10 weeks, Radio Disney and Disney Channel audiences will be invited to look, listen and vote for their favorite artist at RadioDisney.com or on the Radio Disney Facebook page (Facebook.com/RadioDisney), or text* "NBT" to DISNEY (347639). The winner will have their single released by Disney Music Group. Season four of "N.B.T" will premiere on Radio Disney and on Disney Channel Sunday, Oct. 16.

Radio Disney is the #1, 24-hour radio network devoted to kids, tweens and families. Kids help pick the music that is played and are encouraged to interact via a toll-free phone line to the Radio Disney studio. The network’s current playlist, driven by listener requests and representing major record labels, includes recording artists Selena Gomez & The Scene, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Willow Smith, Cody Simpson, Katy Perry, Taio Cruz and Allstar Weekend. The network is available on over 35 terrestrial radio stations and is also available via RadioDisney.com, Sirius and XM satellite radio on channel 79, iTunes Radio Tuner, mobile phones and on the Radio Disney iPhone and Android Apps.

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Took a trip to Berkley to get away from Lovefest and peeked into Half Price Books. I had an armload of stuff but these 5 are all I picked up.

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