Cami with Picking up the Pieces at one of my art show openings. We are always having fun!

The pin cushion...this pin cushion has entertained all of my grandchildren and many of their friends. They can spend hours color sorting the pins by color.

My friend Cami Noble is an artist who is always doing some kind of creative project. Whenever I visited the Edgemon House Cami's mother Doris would go to the craft room and bring out a project. I still have a pin cushion we made at one of these visits. These days when we get together we often plan a project we can working on.

I met Cami through my brother Jim. He carpooled to high school with Cami and her brother Kendal. Over the years we've taken several road trips, shared many meals  and celebrated holidays, birthdays and family events.

 

My Cami Plate (back) Photo credit: Carly J. Turner

My Cami Plate (front)   Photo credit: Carly J. Turner

After I found the Dany Plate (Read the full story in the About Page) I asked friends and family to give me hand painted dishes for birthdays and Christmas presents. Cami gave me a plate she painted at one of those 'ceramic paint parties.' Even before she had given me the little dishes seen below. There is hardly a day that goes by I don't use one of the little dishes. They are handy for nuts, dips, sauces, and my daily vitamins.

These little dishes measure 2 3/4" diameter. I use them almost every day. They are good for portion controlling a snack of nuts.

Photo credit: Carly J. Turner

Cami's Adaptation of Jeanne's Coconut Macaroons Jeanne's Coconut Macaroons"This recipe is from my friend Jeanne that I've made my own now, I substitute almond flour to make it gluten free. I always dip half the cookie in dark chocolate.! Yum!" Cami

Jeanne's recipe that she passed onto Cami. Don't forget the vanilla! 

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Cami with Picking up the Pieces at one of my art show openings. We are always having fun!

The pin cushion...this pin cushion has entertained all of my grandchildren and many of their friends. They can spend hours color sorting the pins by color.

My friend Cami Noble is an artist who is always doing some kind of creative project. Whenever I visited the Edgemon House Cami's mother Doris would go to the craft room and bring out a project. I still have a pin cushion we made at one of these visits. These days when we get together we often plan a project we can working on.

I met Cami through my brother Jim. He carpooled to high school with Cami and her brother Kendal. Over the years we've taken several road trips, shared many meals  and celebrated holidays, birthdays and family events.

 

My Cami Plate (back) Photo credit: Carly J. Turner

My Cami Plate (front)   Photo credit: Carly J. Turner

After I found the Dany Plate (Read the full story in the About Page) I asked friends and family to give me hand painted dishes for birthdays and Christmas presents. Cami gave me a plate she painted at one of those 'ceramic paint parties.' Even before she had given me the little dishes seen below. There is hardly a day that goes by I don't use one of the little dishes. They are handy for nuts, dips, sauces, and my daily vitamins.

These little dishes measure 2 3/4" diameter. I use them almost every day. They are good for portion controlling a snack of nuts.

Photo credit: Carly J. Turner

Cami's Adaptation of Jeanne's Coconut Macaroons Jeanne's Coconut Macaroons"This recipe is from my friend Jeanne that I've made my own now, I substitute almond flour to make it gluten free. I always dip half the cookie in dark chocolate.! Yum!" Cami

Jeanne's recipe that she passed onto Cami. Don't forget the vanilla! 

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